In June 2012 the Chinese president Hu Jintaos was on an official state visit to Denmark. During the visit a number of protesters were detained or shielded off illegally to prevent them being seen holding and waving the Tibetan flag.
Ever since then questions have been raised just how this could happen, as it hasn't been possible to determine from where the instructions to the police for these actions came from. A commision is in charge to find out. A large number of police officers and civil servents from the ministry of foreign affairs and the PM's office has been questioned, as has directors from the national intelligence and security authority PET and three former ministers. This is far from a "small matter".
So it's a potentially big deal that members of the Danish court are now being asked to sit before the commision and answer questions. It's likely it's the former Lord Chamberlain Ove Ullerup and former Master of Ceremonies Christian Eugen-Olsen who have been asked to answer questions. The former were present at many of the meetings preparing the visit.
With people so close to the Queen being questioned it's not difficult to think that the she or some other royal was involved. That would be straight up illegal as they have no right to interfere in politics or how the police conduct their business.
According to Trine Villeman the court asked that "China was shown repsect" during the visit. I think it's very probable - I also think it's probable no one will wish to say this out loud, which is very disturbing considering law abiding Danish citizens were treated illegally as a result.http://www.dr.dk/nyheder/...er-trukket-ind-i-tibetsag
An overview of the whole thing:http://www.dr.dk/nyheder/tema/tibet-sagen