They say they got him. Just a month after the al-Qaida-linked massacre at a newspaper office and deadly standoff at a kosher supermarket in Paris, a gunman in Copenhagen fired on a gathering of supporters of threatened Muhammad-mocking cartoonist Lars Vilks, killing a man. Hours later and three miles away, a man near a synagogue was also gunned down. Police then staked out a residence where their suspect turned up, began shooting and was shot dead by officers. If authorities are right, the Danish capital can end its lockdown.