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Norwegian mass Murderer made Phone calls before the massacre in Norway

Friday, 06 January 2012
The Norwegian government received a threatening phone calls a few months before Anders Behring Breivik massacres and bombings. The evidence suggests that it came from Breivik yourself.

The caller spoke in a calm voice and had the same dialect as Breivik. He scolded the government, threatened to shoot members of the Labour Party’s Youth League (AUF) and talked about the manifesto, according to Norwegian radio and television network, NRK .

The person who took the call thought it was so uncomfortable that she recorded it on a note that she gave to her boss. But there it remained and was put in the drawer as most bureaucrats will do. As such the information never reached the police.

“It was valued not as a concrete threat,” says Eva Mage Brown, head of the Government Service Centre, to NRK. The secret police, PTS, says that all threats to high-politicians are supposed to be reported to security forces.

It's not confirmed that it was Breivik who made the call per se, but the similarities with what happened on July 22 is eerie. Breivik went on to plant a bomb that blew up outside the government headquarters in Oslo and massacred 69 people at the AUF's summer camp.
By Scancomark.se Team


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Official Name Kingdom of Denmark
King Harald V
Prime minister Jens Stoltenberg
Population 4.7 Million
Capital City Oslo
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Religion Christianity
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