According to the text, this is an unpublished official letter solicited by the MOJ, so someone would need to write to Ellids Kristensen and see if a copy could be had.
“We have found that, to our knowledge, there is no evidence that the consumption of fictitious images of child sexual abuse alone can lead people to commit sexual assaults on children,” as concluded in the Sexological Clinic’s letter to the Ministry of Justice.
Chief physician and head of the Danish sexological clinic at Rigshospitalet, Ellids Kristensen, who has been at the forefront of the report, believes that in the light of the conclusion of the study it would be extremely inappropriate to prohibit the child pornographic drawings.
"You have to make sure that the fear of child abuse is not going to make society so restrictive that it affects a whole lot of people who are not at all in danger of engaging in children. One should, in my personal opinion, really weigh the artistic freedom higher - because there is simply no evidence that these drawings should be harmful, "Ellids Kristensen says.