As my week long investigative journey continues, I'm in the beautiful port city of Copenhagen.
I just returned from a trip across the bridge into Malmo, Sweden, the home of artist Lars Vilks. I talked to him about what his life has been like since he drew an unflattering cartoon of Mohammed, and received so many death threats he had to be placed under constant police guard.
Here in Denmark, the cause of free speech has seen its ups and downs.
It was here that the famous "Mohammed Cartoons" were first published, but I'll talk to citizens here who have been taken before the equivalent of Canada's Human Rights Commissions.
We'll be putting all those interviews together in special reports after I get back next week. You won't want to miss them.