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Norwegian mass murderer, Breivik was going to build the bomb in SwedenWednesday, 04 April 2012
Norwegian mass murderer, Anders Brevik Behring, planned to build and test his bomb on a deserted farm in Värmland, Sweden according to a Swedish television’s investigative news program.
With the help of secret information from the Norwegian police investigation about Brevik Swedish television reporters sought out the place where Behring Breivik buried his equipment before the attack.
Hours after Breivik was arrested police seized his car which was parked on the mainland at Utöya. Using the car's GPS, police have been able to map his trips to the smallest detail.
The information revealed Breivik’s concrete plans to use Sweden as a base of operations for one of the most noted and brutal acts of terrorism carried out in modern times.
In the summer 2010, a year before he got to work, he had found the equipment he would use in the massacre. In police interrogations Breivik explains how he dug into a bag with the equipment. And he chose the location wisely - he travelled to the border with Sweden, Värmland where he located near the Swedish border looking for an abandones or deserted farm in Sweden.
By operating in Sweden, he wanted to make it difficult for the Norwegian security police to identify any lead. Breivik wrote in July 2010 of several Swedish farms and municipalities were he acted.
He contacted a hostess working for a tourist resort and told her that he wanted to find a cabin that would be lonely because he would want to live and tranquillity and write a book on the stock exchange, the woman says to Swedish television.
For some unknown reason Anders Behring Brevik never plan to have Sweden as a base of operations for terrorist attacks in Oslo and at Utöya.
By Scancomark.se Team
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