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The rightwing extremist who confessed to the mass killings in Norway boasted in court on Monday that there were two more cells from his terror network still at large, prompting an international investigation for collaborators.
After Anders Behring Breivik pleaded not guilty, despite admitting that he had carried out the attacks in Oslo and on Utøya island, officials said it was possible he had not acted alone.
• The suspect, Anders Behring Breivik, was in court today: "The suspect in the deadliest attack in Norway since World War II has acknowledged carrying out the mass shooting and bombing, and claims to have worked with two other cells, a judge said Monday...Police refused to release information about their investigation into the possibility that two cells aided Breivik, saying Monday that a court hearing was closed so as not to disclose information."
Admitted mass killer Anders Behring Breivik was denied Monday a platform to expound directly to the world his extreme anti-immigrant views as a Norwegian court, at a hearing where the media and public were denied access, jailed him under strict conditions for eight weeks.
But he refused to plead guilty, Heger said, because he believes he acted out of necessity.
Breivik, who said there are two active cells within his organization, said he needed to send a powerful message to the ruling Labour Party by slaughtering the party's youth members attending a summer camp on a tiny island.
Originally posted by gremlin2011
reply to post by ThinkingCap
and reconised palistine
they say they dont want to give him the attention he wants
or is it to stop the world hearing what he got to say and kicking sumat off