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Breivik said he would surrender 28 minutes before he was taken

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posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 08:57 AM
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Breivik said he would surrender 28 minutes before he was taken


www.vg.no

Nearly a half an hour before he was arrested, the mass murderer called the police and asked to be transferred to Delta force to surrender.

He was not - and Anders Behring Breivik continued his killing raid in what he describes as "autopilot".
(visit the link for the full news article)




posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 08:57 AM
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First off, I appologize for not providing an english speaking news source, but I believe it might not have been picked up by international media just yet.

I think it's horrendous that mistakes like this was made. According to the article, Breivik contemplated on what to do next, and it stood between two scenarios. The first was to commit suicide, which he didn't do because of his convictions, and the second was to continue the killing spree, which he did. As a result of this a lot of other youths were brutally murdered. He has since said when he called the police to surrender, he felt he had done enough to adequately gain enough media coverage to promote his manifest.

The police says that the mobile network was overloaded and as a result of this they couldn't transfer the call to the Delta force.

I sincerely hope they will take a very critical look at the different occurences and identify every single mistake. I think harsh criticism of how the police and the media handled the entire episode is needed. As much as I understand that mistakes will be made, I can't help but feeling outraged as a result of mistakes like this.

If you wish to have parts of the article translated, I will do so.

www.vg.no
(visit the link for the full news article)



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 09:00 AM
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So he writes that about his mardyrdom etc. but when the shtf he wants to surrender? Sounds bit fishy.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 09:01 AM
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Bad news


Thanks for posting and as you guessed this hasn't broke onto the bbc yet or any of the other english news channels.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 09:07 AM
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It's confirmed that the police recieved the call, and according to Breivik's statement, which I believe, he claimed he had gained enough media coverage to promote his manifest. The police did not manage to get through to him before he was captured. A believable story it seems to me.

reply to post by ThePeopleParty
 


I suspect they will pick it up eventually, but it might be pushed back due to the riots.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 09:20 AM
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Delta force does have connections to mind control programs www.theforbiddenknowledge.com... . It does explain why the rest of the media is not picking it up, it took me a couple of weeks to get over the depth and horrors of it.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 09:34 AM
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I put a link up about this in www.abovetopsecret.com... yesterday.

Here is an english article on it.

www.telegraph.co.uk...

It is interesting isn't it?

It is in the article about the police returning to the Utoeya with Breivik for a re-enactment of the shootings.
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posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 09:46 AM
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You can allways use google translate to read the page



Nearly half an hour before he was arrested, called the mass murderer the police and asked to be transferred to Delta force to surrender.
AP follows

The terrorist attacks 22 July

That he was not - and Anders Behring Breivik continued killing raid on what he describes as the "autopilot".

The time was 17.59, it was gone 35 minutes from the first distress message came in from Utøya. On the mainland by Utøya were two officials from the Northern Buskerud police arrived. Delta squad from Oslo was ten minutes away.

Then the phone rang at the police operations center in northern Buskerud Police District:

"A Norwegian-speaking man says that he will surrender to police," said the police log.

The conversation should then have been broken.

Would "capitulate"

Defense Geir Lippe City told VG that Anders Behring Breivik (32), this version of what happened when he called in the first call:

- He says that he presented with full name and that he "wanted to capitulate." He asked to be transferred to Delta, but then he got an answer he did not understand. Then he prayed that someone with decision authority would call back, says Lippe City.

He says Breivik has explained that no one called back.

Mass murderer should have continued their terrible journey on the island. He explained that in the next 28 minutes encountered two groups of Utøya-delegates that he shot, and that he also fired shots elves across the water.

At 18.26 he rang the police again and reported that he was ready to surrender.

One minute after the massacre was over. Anders Behring Breivik was arrested by the Delta squad.

Tried several times

According to Police Chief Magne Rustad at Hønefoss sheriff's office was the telephone number dialed from Breivik not registered to him. He does not want to say who it belonged to.





- TOOK A PHONE: Breivik has said that he found a phone that he used to call the police from Utøya. Photo: Helge Mikalsen

In questioning Breivik explained that he took a phone he found in the kiosk on the island shortly after the massacre began. This is the phone he claims to have called with.

Defense Geir Lippe City says Breivik is ready for him by the initial call just before 18:00, was ready to surrender.


Full article translated to your language..


edit on 16-8-2011 by PhoenixOD because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 09:47 AM
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I'm not seeing the media quiet on this. Its reported in a whole bunch of normal mainstream news sites.


Breivik offered to surrender several times and asked police to call him back, but they didn't.

msnbc


Mr Breivik had called the police several times during the attack on Utoya.... he had called the police offering to surrender, but they had failed to respond.

Sydney Morning Herald

And a whole bunch more.
Boston Globe, Telegraph.co.uk, etc...

All these outlets are repeating the sole source - the Aftenposten newspaper, so if you do a news search, put that in as a keyword.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 09:58 AM
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Don't you want to know who that phone belonged to? And what number it was that Breivik was phoning?

I do. Did he call a number that one of the politicians on the Island had on their phone that is a direct number for them?



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 10:02 AM
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I'm not seeing the media quiet on this. Its reported in a whole bunch of normal mainstream news sites.


I gave up on the MSM a while ago, still have the tv on in the background though at times. What I find interesting is who he asked for, Delta Force. If he was prepared to give up then any old police member would have been fine. To ask for Delta Force though is Black Ops stuff, what is going on



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 10:22 AM
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Thanks, I'll keep that in mind for the future.

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I'm very interested in knowing whos phone it was, I'm inclined to believe it may have been an accomplice.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 11:12 AM
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I'm inclined to believe that he picked up one of the politician's or the Princess's brother's phone, that had a direct line to the head of the police.
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posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 11:46 AM
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Originally posted by kwakakev


I'm not seeing the media quiet on this. Its reported in a whole bunch of normal mainstream news sites.

I gave up on the MSM a while ago, still have the tv on in the background though at times.



Oh yeah, me too. Its just that it was such an extraordinary claim of "coverup" that I thought I should check for myself.

And as for TV, I watch hardly any. It hasnt been turned on since ... err actually I'm not sure. About 3 weeks or so. Thats kinda normal for me.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:00 PM
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Oh yeah, me too. Its just that it was such an extraordinary claim of "coverup" that I thought I should check for myself.


There where quite a few threads made here when it all went down. There where some questions about how he could set off the bomb then get to the island, quite a distance to go when on a killing rampage without a trail of destruction. There where also some police / military exercises going on in the area of the bombing the day before it happened. Also some reports of two shooters on the island, on in a police uniform and one dressed as a civilian.

After 9/11 not much would surprise me in terms of messed up human depravity.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:11 PM
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Originally posted by kwakakev
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Oh yeah, me too. Its just that it was such an extraordinary claim of "coverup" that I thought I should check for myself.


There where quite a few threads made here when it all went down. There where some questions about how he could set off the bomb then get to the island, quite a distance to go when on a killing rampage without a trail of destruction. There where also some police / military exercises going on in the area of the bombing the day before it happened. Also some reports of two shooters on the island, on in a police uniform and one dressed as a civilian.

After 9/11 not much would surprise me in terms of messed up human depravity.


The "second shooter" was just a person who was freaked out. I've posted links to his picture in one of the other threads.


www.vg.no...

This is all in Norwegian, but it lays out the least time route. If he avoided highways and tolls as much as possible, the time line fits fine.

I'd like to find out where he parked his silver-grey van-car that he went to after the bomb went off. I'd also like to know if the bomb was remote control detonated, or on a timer.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:17 PM
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a statement like that could only come from a patsy. He wanted to give himself up and the police wait 28 minutes for his "autopilot" to continue?



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:21 PM
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Originally posted by Aeons

I'd like to find out where he parked his silver-grey van-car that he went to after the bomb went off. I'd also like to know if the bomb was remote control detonated, or on a timer.


I'm pretty sure the bomb was detonated by a fuse. I can try to find a source if you're interested.

Edit: Here you go...


Anders Behring Breivik (32) himself lit the fuse that got the bomb in the van outside the ministries to explode.


Source: Lit the fuse himself
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posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 01:31 PM
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Thank you!

See that pads some time between when the bombing happened and when he got to the parking area to go to Ut Oya. He needed to go from one vehicle to the next, and drive out of the area while emergency services were moving in and panicking people were moving out.

Oh, and a quote from the same source


Aftenposten has previously discussed how Behring Breivik was delayed on the way to Utøya after the bomb went off in Oslo. A car accident at Bygdøy lid at 14.19 due to stagnant traffic on the E18 to Sandvika.

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edit on 2011/8/16 by Aeons because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 02:19 PM
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www.expressen.se...


On the ferry to the island Breivik said aloud to himself "It was necessary, it was necessary".
The words are like a mantra for the 32-year-old as he constantly repeats to himself and the police, said his lawyer Geir Lippestad.
- He has declared that he thought "I give myself, I do not do this" when he took the boat over. But then he began to think that it was necessary to change Europe, and Norway, as he says, he made it anyway, says Lippestad the Norwegian Dagbladet.
Breivik has told police that he found it difficult to carry out the deed, but that it was necessary to start a war and save Norway and Western Europe from the cultural Marxists and the Muslim takeover else.


And about "Mother Ut Oya" who he spoke with on the way over to the Island:


The first two murders - of which the second was the "Mother Utöya" Monica Bosei - was the most difficult to perform, the 32-year-old told the hearings. - It's the ones he remembers best.


He isn't a psychopath.

He may have another personality disorder. However, he still fails to met the criteria for several possible ones such a being an avoidant personality who lives in fantasy. The guy partied.



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