Sunday, July 24, 2011

Breivik Confessed To Killing 92 Victims At Norwegian Utoya Island

Anders Behring Breivik

Several people unaccounted for and could raise the dead toll.

By H. Nelson Goodson
July 24, 2011

Oslo, Norway - On Monday, Norwegian cold blooded killer Anders Behring Breivik, 32, of Oslo is expected to be charged for at least 92 homicides at a Labour's youth Summer camp and 7 other homicides at a building that was bombed. Breivik confessed to police that he had to kill the victims on Friday. Most of the victims were youths attending a youth camp at an event for Norway's ruling Labor party at the island of Utoya about 20 miles northwest of Oslo. More than 575 people were attending the weekend event.
It took Breivik more than 1.5 hours to kill most of his victims. Some of the surviving youths, including other people were able to escape from being massacre by jumping into the water surrounding the island.
Breivik wearing a police uniform arrived at the island and then began to cold bloodedly shoot at people, mostly youths with a Glock handgun and an automatic weapon, according to police. Breivik who is not an officer later surrendered to police. 
Earlier, Breivik allegedly planted a bomb in a building in the center of Oslo where the government district is located, which exploded and killed 7 people.
Investigators found a 1,500 page manifesto, which detailed the planning stages for the massacre at the island. It seems Breivik's motive for committing the massacre was political, religious and racial. He is considered a right-wing extremist and a Christian conservative who disliked Islam and Muslims immigrating to Norway and had perceived multicultural problems, according to Breivik's manifesto.
Breivik is facing multiple life terms in prison and 20 years for the bombing, if convicted. Norway doesn't have a death penalty.
No reports have been confirmed, if Breivik has been put on suicide watch.

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