Breivik shortly after the Utoya massacre
Friday 3rd February At 2012 | 20:00 | Peter Thorup, firstname.lastname@example.org for TV 2 News (Upd d 3/2 2012, 20:09)
Norwegian press now publishes pictures of Anders Breivik, taken shortly after the massacre of Utøya on 22 July last year. The police led Breivik into the white main house on Utøya, where he was placed in a chair.
The police took pictures of him to prove that he was dressed in a fake police uniforms.
In the picture you can see that he is wearing handcuffs. About his neck he has a homemade ID cards.
The pictures were taken about 1 o'clock at night on the second floor of the White House.
According to the police Breivik was not cooperative during the photographic reproduction.
Norway beat Reich alarm
Anders Breivik told police that he worked with two other cells. Therefore struck police Reich alarm and the whole evening went searching for accomplices.
The police investigated Breivik in the house, and the only injury he had was a small requirement on one finger. A striking contrast to the large number of people he killed.
Only during the night felt police are confident that Breivik acted alone. 4 o'clock in the night he was taken out of the main house and the square, where he started the massacre. He was then transported via boat to Oslo.
As Breivik surrendered the police came to Utøya 18.25 o'clock and seven minutes later he was arrested.
The press gets Monday opportunity for photography and filming the terror-term Breivik when the district court in Oslo keep hearing about yet another extension of his remand in custody before the trial against him starting 16th april.
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