In Denmark you can be tried on “hate speech” charges for remarks made in private. Truth is not a defense, and if you’re acquitted, prosecutors can just try you again. This is what happened to Danish journalist Lars Hedegaard.
Put more succinctly, Denmark is not a free country.
UPDATE: The Danish Supreme Court has reversed Hedegaard’s conviction, but it did so without overturning the law that was used to persecuted him.