Anders Behring Breivik Facebook Photos

Anders Behring Breivik Facebook Photos - Anders Behring Breivik detonated a car bomb in downtown Oslo, near the offices of the Prime Minister of Norway and several other governmental buildings. The explosion killed eight people and wounded 26. He subsequently travelled to the island of Ut'ya where he attacked participants at a Norwegian Labour Party youth camp, using a variety of weapons, killing a further 68 people and wounding 66.

In the biggest mass shooting in history, a gunman mowed down 84 politically active teens camping on an island, two hours after he detonated a car bomb which ripped apart the government building housing the prime minister's office in capital Oslo.

As harrowing testimony emerged from the holiday island where scores of youngsters were shot by a gunman dressed as a policeman, Norway's premier said the country would emerge stronger from the ``cruel act of violence''. 

"Never since the Second World War has our country been hit by a crime on this scale,'' Jens Stoltenberg told journalists in a press conference as police searched for more bodies on the idyllic Utoeya island.

The Norwegian flag is seen at half mast in front of the destroyed government building in Oslo, July 27, 2011. The Norwegian anti-Islamic zealot who killed 76 people claims he worked with others, but finding far-right groups in their mainly online haunts will be tough for police who for years gave Islamist militants top priority. Police and experts point to the Internet's role in spreading the racist material that shaped killer Anders Behring Breivik's extreme views, but also highlight the difficulty in policing dynamic online forums without undermining civil liberties.
Police are still conducting their investigation into the Norway massacre and the actions of suspect Anders Behring Breivik.

Norway's Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg has formed the "22 July Commission" to look into the bombing and shootings that happened on Friday. Seventy-six people were killed and thousands are mourning.
Anders Behring Breivik has admitted to the attacks and is currently under police custody.

Anders Behring Breivik assumed he would be shot before he even got as far as Utoya, where he killed 68 young members of the Labour Party.
Norwegian police have been heavily criticised for their apparently slow response in getting officers to the island after they received the first reports of shots being fired.

Mr Lippestad said: 'Anders Behring Breivik was a little bit surprised that he succeeded. Anders Behring Breivik was expecting to be stopped earlier by the police or someone else on the actual day.
'Anders Behring Breivik thought he'd be killed after the bombing, after the action on the island, and he also thought he'd be killed at the trial.'
Police confirmed that Anders Behring Breivik has been placed on suicide watch in his solitary confinement cell while psychiatrists assess his mental state.

This is, as of yet, unconfirmed by an independent source. However, this Facebook profile matches several descriptions of the Ut'ya shooter.
The picture that accompanies it is thus:

According to the profile, Breivik enjoys hunting:

Various books:

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