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Norwegian Mass murderer, Breivik, acknowledges his actions, but insists “not my fault"

Monday, 06 February 2012
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik Behring today appeared in court and met with the victims of his terrorist acts and called for the court to set him free.

As the trial of the mass murdered started in Oslo City Court today, he looked at his victims and when relaxed and called for his freedom that he was not responsible for what he did.

Breivik denied the allegations and demanded to be released at large when he said that he acted for the Norwegian people best interest. He made it clear that some one had to do it so that it would be a wake up call for the Norwegians to come to their senses.
 
32-year-old Breivik came into the courtroom in black suit and blue shirt with a tie. He looked around the court room then sat down next to his defense lawyers. But before he took his place, he looked out towards the audience in the courtroom.

The judge allowed Breivik to start the hearing with a speech that read as thus - 
“The attack on the government quarter and the AUF's camp were attacks against those responsible for allowing the Islamic groups to settle in Norway,” he said, reading from the paper he had picked up from his jacket pocket.

He continued reading from his script, claiming that he represented the Norwegian indigenous people when he carried out the attacks.
“We in the Norwegian resistance group will not sit still and watch as we become a minority in our own country. We will fight against those who support multiculturalism.”

Breivik who arrived at the courthouse with police escort, has asked for the hearing of his defense lawyers reject to accept any gult. Breivik says that he performed his deeds for the Norwegian people's good and that he therefore can not be punished.
“I want you to release me immediately. I do not agree to sit in prison and required to be released immediately,” he said.

When the judge asked if he knew what he was accused of Breivik said that he recognizes his actions but not his guilt.

The prosecutor is now requesting that Breivik should continued detention of the 77 people he murders.
Unlike in November, Breivik now agreed to let himself be filmed and photographed going in and out of the courtroom.

The 32-year-old Breivik killed 77 people in two separate terrorist attacks July 22 last year.




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