Monday, July 25, 2011

Breivik Appears At Closed Court Hearing For Multiple Homicides And Bombing Charges

Anders Behring Breivik

Breivik facing 42 years in prison for the bombing deaths in Oslo and mass homicides at Utoya Island.

By H. Nelson Goodson
July 25, 2011

Oslo, Norway - On Monday, Anders Behring Breivik, 32, has been charged with 8 bombing deaths and the mass murder of  68 people, who were mostly youths. Police confirmed the dead toll at the Utoya Island was less than previously reported. Breivik on Friday went on a shooting rampage by executing multiple youths in what he called, a horrible act, but necessary. He is a right-wing Christian extremist and a member of the Knights Templar. The Knights were a medieval order of armed monks who went on crusades to keep Muslims from a takeover.
Judge Kim Heger in a press conference said, that Breivik had acted to stop the "colonization of Muslims in Norway" and Europe by killing his victims at the island where they had gathered for a Labor Party Summer camp event. Breivik acted to prevent a Muslim takeover of Norway and blamed the Labor Party of betraying Norway by helping to import Muslims into the country, Heger explained. Heger decided to have a close-door court session and banned the media and public from the hearing. At the hearing, Breivik had admitted that they were two other cells. But, police could not confirm the existance of the cells, according to Heger.
Breivik will remain in custody and in isolation. If Breivik is convicted, he is facing 21 years in prison on each count of bombing and mass murder. Norway has no death penalty.

Norway police released the names of all the Breivik's 76 victims at link:

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