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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

2012-05-30 AM (VG): Breivik Trial: Day 27: Police Investigation:



2012-05-30 AM (VG): Breivik Trial: Day 27: Police Investigation: Police Chief Kenneth Wilberg | KRIPOS: Alf Nissen | PST: Dag Uppheim

Andrea Muhrrteyn | Norway v. Breivik | VG.NO (Google Translate)


08:36: Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Today there are six from the Oslo police, who will testify about the extensive investigation of 22 July attacks.

* First is the police chief Kenneth Wilberg from Oslo police. He will explain how the investigation team has been working and what is their mandate.

* Then the police captain Alf Nissen from the NCIS in the witness box. He is second in command of the analysis group, which has served with the tactical overview of the investigation. The group has always received the material from all the other subgroups and systematized it.

* Following is the Nissen police superintendent Dag Uppheim from the Police Security Service (PST) turn. He led the group that underwent Breivik's 1518-page manifesto.



09:04


Judge Wenche Elizabeth Arntzen:
- The court is set. Prosecutors should we get a briefing first. [Holden: - Yes Honorable Court, the day shall be paid to the police investigation. It is quite challenging to compress the investigation in one day]

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
The first witness is the police chief Kenneth Wilberg of the Oslo police. He is a very experienced investigator who normally works as chief of the violent section of Oslo. During the first week of the trial of Breivik was Wilberg assessor for the prosecution. Today, the Inspector explain how the investigation team has been working and what is their mandate.

09:07:


VG:
- [Holden explains all the witnesses. Some of those will include an account of important issues that go on Breivik's manifest, how the investigation has been, the defendant's equipment acquisition, if Breivik Serbia-contact and his finance] [The witness oath]

09:09:
Witness Kenneth Wilberg, police chief:
Kenneth Wilberg - I work as an investigator at the violence section of the Oslo police and works with homicide and serious violent crime. I have worked with the investigation in this matter. Roughly you can say that we have made ​​it so that the time between when Breivik parked Doblo to developers, until he was arrested on Utøya, they have taken responsibility for NCIS. In addition, the NCIS team a folder containing information for each deceased person. We have as far as possible tried to give their families the most information.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
Police Inspector Kenneth Wilberg sat in the corner of incarceration meeting when the bomb exploded 22 last July. He was principal investigator on the so-called Bislett murder and was in court in that regard. There are only a few hundred meters from the courthouse in Oslo to its ministries. After the terrorist attack was Wilberg put on the case and has been central to the group that led the investigation.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Today it is almost exclusively located on the press belongs to the benches. After testimony from Utøya now over, and fagvitner have taken over the witness stand, few victims and survivors in court. Breivik sitting in the front row in the dock between two of its defenders, Vibeke Hein Bæra and Geir Lippestad. While Wilberg leave the main lines of investigation notes terrorist on a sheet he has ahead of him.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
Wilberg going through the main conclusions of the investigation, starting with the police have not found anyone that has helped Anders Breivik Behring physically or mentally.

09:13:


Witness Kenneth Wilberg, police chief:
- The investigation as a whole has taken the life of the accused from his birth until he was arrested. Some periods have gotten more attention than others. This day is set aside to account for the investigation and since it has been going on extensive investigation since 22 July, it is not possible to explain the whole matter at once. We will review the purpose of the investigation and the police's conclusions, then I will talk about the police organization and answer questions in that regard. We have chosen to go into how the investigation of the basic structure has been organized, it will give an outline of the relevant scope. The main themes which we will explain during the day is the analysis, description of how we work with information, how we can conclude that we do and on what basis we have concluded. Then we will go through the manifesto of the defendant, the Knights Templar, and the economy of the defendant and equipment procurement and conduct of terrorist acts. The research objective has been to provide the information necessary to determine the question of the charges, we will find out what has skjdd, when it happened, how it happened, who did what and if possible, why it happened.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
A total of about a thousand police officers were involved in one way or another in the investigation of 22 July issue. It is carried out in 1127 the examination of witnesses. There have been 1,640 tips from the public. Investigation group consisted initially of 350 people. From August, it was reduced to 150 people. Today there are still 50 investigators working on it. Today being the first and foremost, follow-up, ie control of the work done.

09:15:


Witness Kenneth Wilberg, police chief:
- We will also answer whether there are helpers who are criminally responsible as described in the defendant and has contributed to the campaign either physically or mentally. The physical believed that contributed something active, such as purchasing and made ​​bomb. With mental, we believe the influence and guidance to what has happened. The fact that there are two resting cells, as defendant argues, has been part of the investigation. [Holden: - This investigation is completely finished?] It is not over. [Holden: - Is it unusual that there is etterforskningn during a trial?] It is quite common that it is there as it happens. The result of the police investigation, we concluded that we have identified physical or mental health aides to the terrorist attack on 22 July.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
prosecutor Svein Holden asked Ken Wilberg how confident they are that there are no intermediaries in this matter: - We feel confident that he has not had medvirkere of either physical or psychological injuries, said Wilberg. As he said this so Breivik right at him, expressionless, and began to write right afterwards.

09:17:


Witness Kenneth Wilberg, police chief:
- To arrive at this conclusion as the police have gathered much information. To conduct information gathering as well as possible, we have divided the investigation into projects. To give a picture of the quantity of the investigation in question, I will give an overview of the collection. The collection of material and informajson is also helping to support the conclusions that the police have taken. From 22 July, we had about 300 investigators on the case. At the end of August as the number of investigators went down to about 150 and today we are about 50 still on the case. We feel confident in the conclusion we have reached, there is nothing in the material evidence that the defendant had accomplices. - We can say that the witness project which is then one of the projects, in Oslo conducted in 1127 the examination of witnesses, 456 of which are offended in the Oslo case, that bomb blast. I might also mention that several of those who have been questioned, has been questioned several times, sometimes over several days. We have welcomed more than 600 tips in the case, the job of the receiver has been to receive and record the tips. This has led to 219 interviews. These tips go to specific named conditions to be complicit, or other information. These are people who for fear of burn in with information, give them to the police. But we can also mention that some of the tips are deliberately incorrect information to lead us astray. In other tips may be disease involved. Case Analysis consists of analysts process and analyze information the, and it is based on the total v image that the police pull the konklusjonenevi doing. Claus will be in their testimonies provide further details of what made ​​the basis for these conclusions.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna
Wilberg said that all mentioned in the manifesto to Breivik has been identified, but two women in a car and Breivik alleged mentor, "Richard the Lion Heart." Breivik wrote mainly just a first name in the manifest to protect those involved.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Kenneth Wilberg showcases how the investigation is organized, with the main groups and subgroups. All projects have been led by their project leader, who regularly have held a meeting point for exchanging information. Just before the trial started, we interviewed chief investigator John Roger Lund, who said that 22 July-investigation has been so massive that it has been impossible for each to have an overview of the entire material as is natural in an ordinary criminal case. You can read the interview of Lund.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
The case consists of 120 binders containing 60,000 investigative documents.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
One of the project groups have been responsible for data seizure and social media. They have produced 240 reports, made ​​228 seizures and fuses, and sent 293 requests measures to 11 countries. - We can not say that we have full control of the defendant's activity online, says Wilberg. Prosecutors Svein Holden wants to know why they do not have complete control. - Because it is the internet - a medium it is impossible to have complete control, answer Wilberg. He points out that, for example, easily create anonymous email addresses.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
Anders Behring Breivik notes diligently as Wilberg said that it is impossible to have full control over the activity on the web.

09:28:


Witness Kenneth Wilberg, police chief:
- As a result, standing on Knights Templar in the manifesto was the investigation focused on the Knights Templar. This is the organization that the defendant believed was established in 2002 in London. Etterforskningnen should provide information to deny or confirm whether the organization exists. It was important to disprove whether there were accomplices if there was an established organization. If a certain kind of security could say that it does not exist, it would give the investigation an important contribution in terms of resources and that we were able to carry out the investigation. Police concluded that the police have not found evidence that the Knights Templar exist in the form describes the accused. We also have a project called relatives, to ensure information needs of relatives in Norway. 29 contacts in a total of 26 police districts. [Holden: - Are all the police involved?] All but Gudbrandsdalen. I can also mention that in connection with the case have been made ​​5000 seizures and those systematized in such a way that it is driven into a database so that in turn can be connected to other people. To date, the case of 120 papers and about 60 000 pages of investigative material. - Video Project, which is passed through 60,000 hours of video footage, and it made ​​64 findings of the defendant and the vehicles he has outlined. The findings coincide with what the defendant has explained, there is no other than the defendants who are on those pictures, and he has no more cars. So it is fitting the data group. It has focused on the defendant's data activity on their own computers and the internet. We have also taken hold of the defendant's activity on social media. The focus has been to identify other people he has communicated with, to find out if he was alone or not. This group has submitted 240 reports, made ​​228 seizures, and sent 293 requests to 11 other countries. - We can not say that we have full control over tilaltes activity online, but we have documented what we found. [Holden: What is the reason that you do not have full control?] The Internet is a medium that it is impossible to control. It is possible to create email addresses and send messages without links an identity to it, you can communicate without the police can say that we have full control of everything he has done on the internet. We also have an economic project will be accounted for by Sorensen. This is for the police an objective source of information, and are therefore important in order to document a person's life. We have also sent 44 rettsandmodninger abroad, and currently there are 10 we do not have answers to. Can take a long time to get answers, but we have received a reply card, some of them All information has gone through, the kaalisert for analysis department that processes it. The amount of information is so great that one is dependent on snaslyse food il Desitter not the details of each project, but if they can not answer that off-hand as we take questions later. [Holden: Then we take a temporary break here, because now you have completed the account of the general, there are some who have questions about what we've been through now?] - [Arntzen: Lippestad] {Lippestad: We have no specific questions about this now, we have not.] [Holden: Then we move on, and it is such that it is not too much special things that I've asked you to describe for now, one is a questions that we asked fairly early, World of Warcraft, what kind spll it is, and so can you tell us a little about these email addresses compendium has been sent to.]

Comments from VG Marianne bay:
the very beginning there was a question from one of the players on the computer game World of Warcraft, which Breivik played full time in one year. Kenneth Wilberg says that the police have obtained descriptions of this game from different countries: United States: The game is described as a game that sometimes involves magic and melee. Europe: The game is described as it contains violence of the unrealistic nature of Australia: The game is described as it contains unrealistic violence.

09:36:


Witness Kenneth Wilberg, police chief:
- Yes, I was asked a question in the introduction of the judge on World of Warcraft is a violent game. We obtained the four major rating companies have said about World of Warcraft. In the U.S. it is described as a game that "sometimes involving magic and melee." In Europe, it is characterized as "violence of the unrealistic character." In Australia it is referred to as "unrealistic violence." [Shows two screenshots from scenes in the game.] Finally, the manifesto, or compendium, of the defendant. Originally he tried to send it out to 8109 email accounts. But because of a spam filter at Telenor is only possible to send out 1000 a day. 1022 email addresses were sent to the manifest. 959 email addresses received it in fact. The reason for the difference is that some email addresses may be deleted or have a full mailbox. [Reader looked up statistics on what the police have categories used to classify the recipients of the Manifesto. Among these are 219 parliamentary politicians.] Some create emails without it being associated with an identity, and it makes it difficult to find out who these people behind the email addresses are. It is only now in court that the accused has said that one of the recipients have been associated with the Knights Templar. It has not been known previously.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
Anders Breivik Behring tried to send the manifesto to 8109 people, but it just went out to 1002 since Telenor has a spam filter that only allows you to send thousands of e-mails a day. There were 849 people who actually got it. Distributed as follows: Himself - a family - 8 Friends / acquaintances - 22 Former colleagues - 2 Ideology - 7 Wow players - 7 Politicians - Parliament - 219 Politicians - Political parties Norway - 90 Politicians - Sweden - 4 Municipalities - 13 Media - 392 Possible media - 93

09:38:


Witness Kenneth Wilberg, police chief:
- Although it had been possible to identify 8,000 people had to have a thorough analysis on the relationship that they have in the matter. As things stand today is not something we're going to prioritize. Breivik said in court by one of these 8109 belonged to a person in the Knights Templar. [Holden: - When the question is: put the police down and try to verify a the over 7,000 e-mail addresses that we are not sure of who belong?] The answer is no. To give a numerical example: We have questioned 2,000 people in the case, if we are talking about 8000 in Norway and internationally, and do not know the identity behind the address. [Holden: - How do the police the opportunity to identify the people behind the e-mail addresses?] It is possible to do, but it must be a reason to go for it. That is if the analyzes had pointed to a specific e-mail address, but we have no evidence that goes in one direction or the other. [Police explains that a total of 55 persons identified in the manifest. Of these, 48 examined. Two are identified, but not questioned. This is the husband of the sister of the accused, who lives in the United States. The other is a person who attended Smestad school with the accused, that far back in time. 5 people are not identisert, among them "Richard Lionheart" as described in the manifest.] - [Defense Lippestad: - Just so I'm sure I have been with me lately ... The last thing you said that means about 8,000 e-mail addresses Breivik tried to send to the manifesto, they know not who is?] We know who many are, but there are some we do not know who is. [Lippestad: - But is it so that it is between 7-8000 e-mail addresses you do not know who is?] That is correct. [Holden: - There has been speculation in the media regarding a Serb, Pelemis. During the case it was a Bosnian newspaper that printed an article that launched this person Breivik possible contact in Serbia. Have the police investigated this?] Yes, we obtained the article and had translated it and considered it. It was about this Pelemis. He could be Breivik contact. But that's how we read the article later, it's a claim that is submitted without that there should be reason to investigate further. - There is only on the article carved a sign of the [..] on the picture taken by the defendant here in court, with a Serbian symbol that you can connect with nationalism. It does not appear as an article which we will review, we have taken it, translated it and rated it. [Siv Hallgren: - I have a question about Breivik has played Call of Duty, do you know that?] I know it, but not the details around it. Can not answer the number of hours and statistics on that. It is a game that has been played [Arntzen: - Are there any questions?] [Inga Bejer Engh - I just wonder one thing, where you started to summarize the investigation that the police attach little to the Knights Templar and have not found that he had medvirkere. If it were possible mail addresses could change this, you would then reviewed them?] Well, I was a misguided analysis, which may have said that one of these was more comprehensive than the others. [Engh: - Yes, that is, that you feel confident in the conclusion, even if you have not gone in and identified these e-mail addresses?] Yes, for the case consists of much more than these email addresses.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
A few days after the trial of Anders Behring Breivik started, published the Bosnian news magazine Slobodna Bosna an article in which it was alleged that one of the killers from Srebrenica massacre, Milorad Pelemis, should have been Breivik Serb contact. Both in interviews and in the so-called manifesto har Breivik claimed that he met a wanted Serb in Liberia and that this man is affiliated with Knights Templars. Prosecutors Svein Holden would know what the police have found out about this. - We have collected and translated the article. There was an article that said Pelemis be Breivik contact, but that as we read it, this assertions made ​​without that we have found reason to verify a them, answer Wilberg. He added that it "was carved into" a sign of the thumb to Breivik, the image that the magazine used in this case - a picture from the courtroom. According Wilberg is a Serbian symbol.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
Anders Breivik Behring claimed in court that one of the 8109 people he sent to the manifesto is another cell in the Knights Templar. This was the first time he said it. Wilberg said of the questions from the prosecutor Svein Holden that it is not appropriate for the police to verify a further. There is no other information in the case suggesting that Breivik is telling the truth, or some special e-mail addresses that stand out. - It will not just be looking for a needle in høystokken but one needle among 8000 other needle, said Wilberg.

09:45:


Witness Kenneth Wilberg, police chief:
- Lawyer Larsen: Breivik has explained that he was delayed when he had to send out notifications. He sent it on Friday, before the bomb. Do you have any documentation on when it is sent and when it is received in the mail? The time when he began to send out, we have, but I have no right here. [The prosecutor Holden: Wilberg can come back to this later.] [Defense Lippestad: The police have sent 44 requests to foreign countries. But they are waiting for a response in 10 of these. Which ten have not been answered? And this is related to the mentioned Serb] No, the Serb has been answered. [Lippestad: What to wait an answer?] People that he has traded off, as we have documented. But the details of this is a separate project on. I can not give any more detailed response than that.
[Lippestad: Got it. Another question: You said you do not believe that the Knights Templar exist "in the form" defendants believe that exists. But the defendant has two forms, he believes it exists in. He said that the first presentation of this was pompous and actually consists of 4-5 KT .... 6 people. In what form have you investigated this?]

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Kenneth Wilberg certificate triggers a lot of questions from the players - even from the lay judges. One of them, Ernst Henning Eielsen (46), just took the word and asked whether the police have investigated Breivik's communication with the people he played World of Warcraft. Wilberg said they have made ​​questioning, but nothing beyond that.

09:46:


Witness Kenneth Wilberg, police chief:
- What is real is an establishment meeting in London in May and the Baltic States and there are no changes. [Defense Lippestad: - So it is simply whether there has been a meeting in 2002 that you have investigated?] Yes, and in the Baltics and whether there is another motive for traveling than the defendant asserts, but you'll get a pretty thorough review of the Knights Templar later. [Dry Ice: - Facebook accounts, you have gained access to them or other means of access to information from others who have written to Breivik, or how is it possible? Can you say something about his way to express themselves on and activity on the Internet?] We have the 240 reports describing activity on the Internet. We have something on Facebook, but there are still things we are waiting for. - But I must get checked and get back to. [Dry Ice: - But there has been some analysis that is?] What are you thinking then? [Dry Ice: - We have been available several reports that have been from the investigation that we have not been able to reproduced. This with Facebook, there are also reports in the project that we can use?] Then I just refer to the reports that are written in the case. So if the report is adequate for what you are wondering, I can not answer. [Judge Arntzen: - Contains the reports examples of Facebook communication?] I must get back to, it is too detailed. [Arntzen: - Yes, okay, then we can take it at the end of the day.]

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
Defender Mostly Grounded ask the first question at the trial. Geir Lippestad and Vibeke Hein Bæra called the two young medforsvarerne in the back row for "IT experts". Grounded wonder if the police have investigated e-mail provider "Hushmail" as Breivik even recommend the Manifesto. Wilberg said they have not done it since Hushmail uses a system that encrypts the communication, so that even if the police had seized, they would not have been able to read the information without the encryption key.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Kenneth Wilberg has now finished his diploma. Next witness is the police captain Alf Claus. He works as a normal tactical investigator in the Criminal Police. Like the Wilberg has also been assessor Claus during the trial and has been sitting in the back room where the policemen follow the case. Claus is the second in command of the analysis group, which has served with the tactical overview of the investigation. The group has always received the material from all the other subgroups and systematized it. There has also made ​​time lines, broken figures and made ​​lists of telecommunications data.

9:50:


Witness Kenneth Wilberg, police chief:
- [Arntzen: Have the members questions?] [Lay judge Ernst Henning Eielsen: - Have you made ​​any assessment of social interaction that has been done in WoW?] Nothing but the examination of witnesses on his has been playing with. [Holden: - When it comes to questions from the Larsen-first time for the dispatch of the manifesto was 1409, last 1442. ] [Defense Isolated Ground: - Breivik has recommended a particular user, Hushmail, you have written letters to them to confirm whether he had one or more email accounts there?] We have left no specific, but we are aware that this is a krypteringsvekrtøy, you must have the encryption key to understanding the emails. Although we had made ​​claim to such an account, so will what we got out to have been encrypted. [Larsen: I have a question on the message, there are some that when they receive this manifesto, there are many receivers, politicians, etc., someone responded, contacted the police?] Not that I know, I know was that we found this manifesto or compendium online during the evening. - [Judge Arntzen: I have a question about the games "Call of Duty" and "Modern Warfare" as we have heard about. Can you say about these games? Are they in the same category as the "World of Warcraft", or is this purely violent games?] Modern Warfare and Call of Duty is the same game. It's just different versions with different names. [Judge Arntzen: Can you tell us about what kind of game this is?] There are violent games, violence, realistic games. There are probably 16 or 18-year limit on these games. [Judge Arntzen: When we say so far thanks to you. You got a little homework you can get back to us later.]

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Anders Breivik Behring is mostly looking straight ahead during Santa's introduction. But recently he turned to defend Vibeke Hein Bæra, who sits on his left side, and looked at her computer for a while. Now Bæra just sent this computer to their colleagues Odd Ivar Green and Isolated Ground, sitting in the row behind. The two are now to work with it.

9:54:
Witness Alf Nissen, police superintendent:
Alf Nissen - [The witness oath] [The prosecutor Holden: - Can you tell us about what you work with?] I was running crime analyst at NCIS. Where I've been working the past six years and works in 22/7-enheten and has worked there now since the attack. I have worked with the analysis for 12 years. [The prosecutor Holden: - Then you can start with what you intend to tell us] Now Wilberg told about the investigation mandate and how the investigation team was made ​​up. What I will tell you about the investigation that has been done to document Breivik's life.

09:56:


Witness Alf Nissen, police superintendent NCIS:
- The division, which Wilberg said, there Breivik parked car by Utvika. Oslo-project that I've been a part of whose mandate is to look at all the information from Breivik's birth to when Utvika. As you know it's a case of massive information gathering. Early I had to have a system to process and be able to look at the totality of the case to keep track and not miss the simple things that could be important. [The witness present methods, which they are divided into the three main elements of the collection, processing and analysis.] Projects have gathered information, and often also processed it and then sent it on to us. Economics, for example, the obtained information about Breivik's economy from ten years ago, and has even done an analysis of this, which they have expertise.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
In order to explain how they worked, according to Alf Claus is a summary screen that illustrates how they have broken down the massive material. In order to systematize, they divided the information into various events. This has made ​​a timeline of well over 100 meters. Breivik included on the canvas he is right in front of him. In total there are three such lerretter here in the hall 250

09:58:


Witness Alf Nissen, police superintendent NCIS:
- I will try to describe the system we have in place to get an overview. So I have the following picture, you see it's object, relational, time and place. We take hold of it and identifies unique objects, people, account number, car registration number and so on, and put it in a database. Same can be a document in seizures, we pull out all the unique objects in the bracket we find relevant. In addition, we have relationships. To build up a network in the base of relationships. In addition, we are of course concerned with the time and place, incidents, when what happens. That is, small pieces of information that says anything about when something happens, time and place. - When someone says in an interview that they have had a meeting at a particular place as we record in the database, so we go through these interviews and record objects. [Holden: - When you told me this at an early stage, we agreed that we had to have some examples.] I have made ​​an example of the information we have on 11 July 2011, there is no specific date, there is nothing exciting, but is a day with an average amount of good information. The first is an excerpt from the diary section of the manifesto, which he has written an epistle about what he did that day, there was no money on the card so he had to go to the city in the North, which we assume is Rena. This is called a subjective amount of information. There is something Breivik communicate in the manifesto that we basically can not take for granted. We must verify, through the objective information.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
While Nissen witnesses is the four expert witnesses generally, looking at him, or on their computer. But when the police officer from the Criminal Police read out from Breivik's diary from the manifest, then the right psychiatrist Terje Tørrissen inquiring of the defendant. He kept his eyes on him for long. Breivik sit quietly in the chair provided. From GPS from Fiat Doblo that Breivik used Utøya police have picked up 60,000 points that they have analyzed. Claus right now shows a sample from a random day, 11 July 2011, to illustrate the type of information they have broken down and put into the system. There is everything from ATM withdrawals to which websites Breivik surfed on. In Nissen presentation he showed a surveillance photo of Breivik, moving away from an ATM at Rena eleven days before the terrorist attacks. The terrorist looked at the picture, but it was not possible to discern visible reaction in his face.

10:06:


Witness Alf Nissen, police superintendent:
- If we go further we get results in the data log from the defendant's computer, which was found in Hoff Road. Here it appears that this day we open an episode of "Rome" from an external hard drive. The surf on the internet, for vg.no and at 11 visited avis.no's "contact us" pages. At 11:02 it is called Avis. At 11.35 made ​​a google search with the words Volkswagen and (...). At 11:39 there is a phone call from Avis to Breivik tel. At 11.45 clicked it on your PC to gebyrfri.no. It had Breivik a credit card. At 11:46 dialed it back to Avis from Breivik phone. Again, the sources of data log on the PC. This is confirmed by statements. 11:59 dialed it to Broadband Guide. Then it logs onto hotmail account anders.behring @ hotmail.com 24:16 visited kjendis.no then register the journey with the GPS, which can be plotted on a map. It found a receipt, with a deposit of 15,000 dollars, inbetalt via Coop Prix Rena post office. Furthermore, we find a receipt in which it traded cash food Coop Prix Rena. We look at the receipt that it traded gourmet food and candy, which agrees with what is in the manifest. - Because all traffic data gives us information from the antenna it is from and therefore which area he is in. GPS has a new trip from Rena and he ends up in the same place. He thus goes from there, going half way, but comes back again. He is back at 3:03 p.m. Rena. 3:06 p.m., we see it is the withdrawal of $ 4,000 in Sparebanken Hedmark in Focus. 3:07 p.m. is the output of 4500 million in Ya-bank. Then there is the removal of 4500 million in Hedmark from Kash. [The witness shows the image of Breivik away from the ATM at 3:08 p.m.] Breivik is 3:24 p.m. on Vålstua farm that is the end of the journey. Opens at 21:30 Breivik an episode of the TV series "Rome" from an external hard drive.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
The police inspector Atle Roll-Matthiesen and police superintendent John Roger Lund sitting in the audience when police investigations are presented to the judges of the 22 July issue. Matthiesen's outgoing head of the tactical investigation department of the Criminal Police, while Lund has led 22 July-unit to the police. Lund is working on a daily basis as the chief investigator at the Department for organized crime in the Oslo police.

10:10:


Witness Alf Nissen, police superintendent NCIS:
- [Holden: - This is an example of a non-special day?] I will not lie, this is a day of good information flow. But in recent months, we have some information per day, so the 11 July is not a special day in recent months. The purpose is to document Breivik's movements and contacts. When we document this, it also leads to further investigation, with examination of contacts and further investigations of the movements that we think are especially interesting. This has also been used to control Breivik explanation. Then we can give good objective evidence of what he explains all about. When I say that we have a lot of objective evidence, that is, electronic evidence, we have attempted to determine whether it may be possible for a person to carry out the actions and movements we have seen. We have compared the day to day, minute by minute. That is, if we have a bompassering at Breivik Doblo in Oslo at 11, and a withdrawal from the ATM in Rena five over 11 that night, so it is impossible that one person has managed both. Ergo, there must be a person who was driving the car, and a person who made ​​the withdrawal from the ATM.

VG:
- [Breivik are now talking with his defense Geir Lippestad, while Alf Claus summarizes the work of the court]

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Breivik a broad smile when Nissen explains how they have worked on the analysis of telecommunications data. He turns to defending Vibeke Hein Bæra and whispers something to her briefly before he settles down again. Then she leans against Breivik and whispers something in return. Now, Breivik leaned against Geir Lippestad and chatting with him for a while. Bæra notes very much on an A4 pad of this diploma.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna
Nissen emphasized that the analysis work can only prove the facts they find. - We can look and look, but it is impossible to prove that something does not exist, he stressed.

10:11:


Witness Alf Nissen, police superintendent NCIS:
- But that thought in mind, we have gone through all the objective evidence to see if there is any discrepancy. Are there any places where they are generated in two forskjelige places, so close in time that it is impossible to move between the two, but we have not been able to find. There have been many tips, some serious, but not all are equally plausible. Our task is to see if it is possible that Breivik has been on the train ride, then we can consider the testimony and the tip. - The more information we get, the better the picture we get of the case. All the time we have considered new investigative steps of the projects that have brought in new information. This is to identify interesting relationships that have been our main goal. For example, we obtained useful information from base stations, on the farm, on Utøya and repository Breivik was near the Swedish border. We have collected all the traffic that had covered the base station, we ended up with over 220,000 unique phone numbers. Trying to identify 220,000 phone takes too long, but we've added all of the same base, so that if we sit in an interrogation and enter a number that is identical to one of these, then we'll know about it.

Comment by Marianne Vika VG:
Analysis Group has created a timeline that stretches over 100 meters. It starts in 1979 when Breivik was born, and ends 22 last July. This timeline contains what he has done in life, such as involvement in politics, computer gaming, business and international travel. Nissen is now showing excerpts from this timeline on the screen. He says that there are two periods stand out: the summer 2006 and summer 2009, where they see is a transition from something to something else. The four remaining witnesses today will elaborate on this.

10:18:


Witness Alf Nissen, police superintendent:
- Has this issue been found on a label under seizure at home Breivik, we know it. The same applies to toll passes 21 and 22 July. We have not only taken pictures of the cars to Breivik, but all the cars that passed in the minutes before and after him, in case some friends of his were with as helpers and drove before or after him. If a number of your car from the toll booth pops up somewhere else in the case, for example, was parked at the pier to Utøya, then it is flagged. But again, this has not led to anything like that. We have not found any people with interesting movements that we wanted to investigate further. The idea of mapping information has been to achieve this. Through this comprehensive information retrieval, we have categorized much of Breivik's life. We have not identified medvirkere to Breivik. In theory, it is impossible to prove that something does not exist. We can confirm that something exists, but not that it does not exist. The only thing we can do is to look and look and look and then, at a certain point, conclude that it does not exist. To be able to get an overview we divided up into four Breivik's life. The first stage is childhood (from birth to adolescence). There were themes of child welfare and violence episodes he talks about. So from 1997 to May 2009. 15. May 2009, he'll create Geofarm, which is the first objective evidence that he is planning something. Moreover, we became interested in the summer of 2009 where he moved home to his mother and writing of the manifesto, and up to 19 July 2011. The last period is from 19.7 to 22.7, where the minute we seek to determine what he did until the government quarter and Utøya.

10:19:


Witness Alf Nissen, police superintendent NCIS:
- A very simplified timeline might look like this: We see the beginning of 1997 onwards, his involvement in the FPU and the Progress Party. We also see his companies. We also see that he has been with shares in 1997-98 period. The policy is part of the Knights Templar theme. Then we see a bar for WoW. This period, he has a residence in which he has not paid the subscription and then pay him for another term. So we have a bar for overseas trips of his. Then there is a bar for weapons training. Manifest section is broken because we are struggling to have objective information about when he began work as he says himself that began in 2006. We know it was working on the last day before it was sent out by e-mail. If you had to say something about this timeline, there are two periods that stand out that it goes from being something to something else.

Comment by Marianne Vika VG:
Right Psychiatrist Terje Tørrissen see enough once long Breivik when Claus stuff out that there is no objective evidence to suggest that Breivik has planned terror before 2006. Shortly after leaning terrorism charges is probably once defending against Lippestad and whispers something. Lippestad questions, especially about a shotgun Breivik acquired in 2003 - and why he did not come into this. Nissen says that there are other witnesses later today to utgreie this.

Witness Alf Nissen, police superintendent NCIS:
- I do not think too much, but a period in summer 2006 and summer 2009, the periods where we see that there is a transition from something to something else. And what we can see from the period before 2006, it is so we can find no objective evidence, or witness statements, which describe the Breivik says he has done it with the Knights Templar, etc. There is certainly nothing to suggest that Breivik planning something. After 2006, some witness statements indicate that he is working on a book, etc. But it følrste objective proof that something is going on, is the establishment of GeoFarm, 15 May 2009. Before that, it's because Breivik's own statement that we take into account, but otherwise it is the objective evidence, then there is nothing before 2006. - [Holden: - No further questions from my side] [Arntzen: - Have the defenders questions ?] [Lippestad: - Yes, just a few. Only the last image first. We also know that Breivik had a shotgun. Do you have the information?] - We have information about, it got him in 2003. [Lippestad: - But you said it was not until objective information until 2006, but where there is objective information that is in 2003?] Yes. [Lippestad: - You have analyzed this to Breivik explanation. Have you found any discrepancies between his testimony and the objective information that you have analyzed?] - No, basically it has Breivik been cooperative, and what he has said about has turned out to vote with the objective evidence. With regard to memory, and the fact that he has written something wrong in the diary, not on purpose, it has turned out to vote. [Lippestad: - Is it for your experience in his explanation, much detail he remembers, or is it small?] It is both. [Lippestad: - Can you tell us more about it] Now I'm not the best to answer it, the questioning will be better. Something he says he will not give evidence about other things he can not remember, other things he has a particularly good representation of. [Lippestad: - Can you give some example?] Do not think I put too much out of it, but he has a special interest in enktelte themes, such as bomb production, as he can tell the detail.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
Defender Geir Lippestad are impressed by the police analysis, but are wondering what opportunities exist to hide their tracks. Police Superintendent Alf Nissen replies that he has no trouble admitting that it is possible to make efforts to hide from police. - There is no problem to not generate electronic tracks or generate false tracks. If then no one has seen anything, so we can not find anything, emphasizes Claus.

Comments from VG Marianne bay:
Judge Wenche Arntzen earlier in the trial asked a lot about Breivik's video game playing. Now she just asked a question whether the police have checked whether the defendant had subscribed there before 2006. Nissen says that they have asked the supplier about all the info and that they have received feedback that he first registered in 2006. Arntzen wonder if they've found another game activity before 2006, such as Modern Warfare. Nissen says he believes Breivik started playing this in 2010, but that he must come back to this if the judge will have the exact date.

10:29:


Witness Alf Nissen, police superintendent:
- [Defense Lippestad: - A question: You could map out a day after almost every minute it seems. Is there anything a person would not be detected can do that you have less objective information, and come under the radar you put up?] There is no problem to not generate electronic tracks, or generate false electronic tracks. [Defense Lippestad: - If you take out the battery to your mobile phone, it will remove the ability to track this?] No, I will not register. [Lawyer Larsen: - You chose 11.7 as a random day. Up to 22 July, they resemble each other?] Yes. Some stand out slightly. July as a whole gives the impression that he is working continuously with the bomb. [Larsen: - Has he been on any sites you have reacted?] No. But we will not respond to that he goes into the pages of bomb production. Even though it is something to react. [Larsen: - Does he stressed?] There is no hectic at what he does. [Judge Arntzen: - World of Warcraft. There it is registered a first subscription in 2006. Have you investigated whether there are previous records of this game?] World of Warcraft was probably not in 2000. But we have applied earlier. [Judge Arntzen: - Do you remember how long ago was this?] [The prosecutor Holden: - For the sake of clarity, judge: World of Warcraft was launched in Norway in 2005.] [Judge Arntzen: - Okay, but other games have you not investigated?] No. [Judge Arntzen: - Ok, we have come to a pause. We meet again at ten forty-five.]

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
The court has now taken a break until 10:45. Next witness is a police superintendent Day Uppheim from the Police Security Service (PST). Uppheim jobs to the common as an investigator in the PST, and has a background of violence section of the Oslo police, where he was one of the principal investigators on Jeddi-killing. He has led the group that underwent Breivik's 1518-page manifesto. The report was delivered on 16 December last year. The group has also reviewed some of the statements in the manifesto, analyzed it appears on the Knights Templar, Breivik Security to future terrorists. defendant has now been taken back in the saddle. The judges are on the way. Next witness, Day Uppheim from the PST, have already taken the witness stand.

10:52:


VG:
- [Judge Arntzen: - The court is set] Holden wonder there was anything the court felt were missing or were pending in connection with Wilberg explanation. Especially around the dry ice Facebook question earlier today. Dry Ice says he understands that there is a great material, but thinks that it may be interesting things to get around Breivik's Facebook activity. Holden suggests that an investigator talk to the experts during a break to find an appropriate solution for any unanswered questions about this subject. The judge says that it can be stated where in the investigation Facebook given time.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
The defendant notes as part of Day Uppheim PST start their diploma. He has led the group that underwent the manifest.

10:53:
Witness Dag Uppheim, police superintendent PST:
Dag Uppheim - [Judge Arntzen taking the next witness under oath. The Day Uppheim. He works at the usual investigating the PST, and has led the group that underwent Breivik's 1518-page manifesto.] I can start by telling a little about the work of the Manifesto. PST was asked by the Oslo Police District to review the allegations in this manifesto. We have been working on this as a separate project, detached from the PST's other activities. Our goal and mission in this project manifest, has been to convey to the other projects information that can assist them in their work.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna
Day Uppheim stressed that they have not aimed to disprove the allegations that Breivik may have in the manifest. They only looked at the content - without having to take a stand.

10:55:


Witness Dag Uppheim, police superintendent PST:
- For example, information about the movements and activities that the defendant described in the manifest. Embedment of equipment and a number of such things. Anything that can be verified and give us an understanding of what the defendant has done, and if he has been able to do it alone. We have reports that summarize what is presented on various topics. For example, what he says about different datastpill, what he says about the economy and so on. Everything he says about the organization called the Knights Templar. - To the extent that I am referring to the contents of the manifesto in my testimony, refer I to have arisen and regardless of the defendant has told about this and what the investigation in general have found out about these temaeene. The manifesto is one of several sources of information that is important, but it is something the defendant himself has influenced the design of, and we must accept that there is such defendants want it to appear to a wider audience. The manifesto is a document which in the case, and we have written a report that describes the shape, structure and content. In advance of this vitmålet we have been asked by the prosecutor to give the court an outline of what the manifesto is. It is extensive and I have prepared a presentation that takes about an hour. It is perhaps unnecessary to point out but such a presentation of such a document will arouse erventuelle shades.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Breivik leans back in his chair and tilts back and forth while Uppheim says that the police have called the defendant's written as "manifest" and not "compendium" as Breivik himself has described it as. Uppheim say they use the "manifest" because that name was quickly incorporated into both the police and the media. The defendant will alternate between looking at the canvas, where Uppheim now shows the front of the manifesto, and take notes.

11:01:


Witness Dag Uppheim, police superintendent PST :
- I have no chance to get in on all the parts described in the manifest. I reproduce the content as it is, I'm considering it. We have not had the intention to disprove the ideological perspectives and the historical representation of the document. I aimed at an oral presentation. As you listen, I use the term "manifest". The reason is that this concept was so clearly established in early etterforkningen. The defendant spoke of it as a compendium. It was the original 1518 pages in a Word document. We produced a working copy with greater skrifttstørrelse, size 11 The document was then 1801 pages. The Manifesto was written in English. Content is strukutrert in three books, which in turn is divided into sections. There is a table of contents 10 pages initially. The manifesto is entitled "2083: A European decleration of indepoendence." There are two lines of text written in Latin on the front page. It is the name of a book written in the 1100s by a monk, the Knights Templar. The manifesto will show that the fear of islamifisiering not irrational. It is described as a gift to the recipient, and it is pointed out that much of the information it contains is held back by politicians and media. The defendant writes to have spent nine years on the project.

Comments from VG Marianne bay:
As usual, there is a large police presence in the courtroom 250 To the right of Breivik, between the dock and the door to the back room sit two police officers. Behind him on the left sits a custody. There are also two other arrestforvarere in the room, one of them next to support the lawyers, the other belongs in the hall. Still note Breivik much on a white sheet of paper he had in front. The experts and cast a glance towards him under Uppheim presentation of the investigation of Breivik's manifesto.

11:04:


Witness Dag Uppheim, police superintendent PST:
- In the early years are spent on studies and funding, and the next on the research and writing. He has spent 317 000 euros in the process of which 187,500 euro represents lost income in the last three years. It is described as barely noticeable compared to the sacrifice made ​​for the marketing and distribution. The manifesto is in three books. The book's part one can be considered as a historical part. It is 284 pages divided in 30 sections. - There are also transcripts of interviews and transcript or excerpt from a documentary. I can name a few chapters that deal with Crusaders, made ​​up of undocumented and unstructured chapters, I can name a few chapters that deal with Kosovo. Articles are taken from blogs and websites such as "Jihad Watch" and "Gates of Vienna." Key named writers include the Norwegian blogger "Fjordman". With a large portion of the text is original sources available on the internet. Some of the articles missing references, but it does not seem as if the defendant wishes to present it as if it is he who has written parts of the text he has written. He admits in the introduction that he wrote about half himself. - The various articles differ on the structure and uttryksform, something which makes it difficult to read. Although some of the articles are well written and well structured, it is free-standing articles that are inserted into a whole. Can not rule out that someone with a different starting point than mine, will find it easier to read. In other articles, it is made ​​small adjustments by replacing or removing words. The defendant intends to provide a thorough analysis of Islam, as we see from the title of book one, is hidden or falsified by authorities. - There are described various articles of genocide throughout history described as a direct consequence of Islam exist with other cultures. It says that there are three bøger of Jihad against Europe. Now underway is a third which is a consequence of that we have opened our borders to masseinnvandringe by Muslims. They are peaceful now, but will first show its true face when they are in a position of strength. Book two has the title Europe Burning "appears more structured than book one. It has underkaptiler and is structured and arranged under the theme, as we see here on screen. With this perspective that this presentation is given, I have no opportunity to go into each topic tenkelt

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Day Uppheim goes through how Breivik has cut and pasted text. One of them is Ted Kaczynski, who colloquially known as Una-bomber. He wrote "Unabomber's manifesto" in the context of their terrorist actions. He killed three people, and injured an additional 23 with his 16 bombs he sent to universities and airlines. Two days after the terrorist attacks on the government building and Utøya, we wrote this article where we presented how Breivik copied Kaczynski.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna
Uppheim informs the court that Anders Behring Breivik reviews Fjordman as his favorite contemporary authors. Approximately 320 pages from 45 different articles published by Fjordman is included in the manifest. Blogger Fjordman is actually named Peder Are Nøstvold Jensen, and paints a gloomy picture of reality. He is highly critical of Islam. According to the manifesto that Breivik did not know about Fjordman until after six years of work on the manifest, and to his surprise, he discovered then that Fjordman had written about many of the same subjects as him.

11:12:


Witness Dag Uppheim, police superintendent PST:
- Book two is bulky and it is difficult to briefly summarize the contents. The book, in sum portrays a dramatic real time Europe. Writing about how Islam is incompatible with democracy. In addition to the threat that Islam poses, it is pointed out how multikuluralisme is to undermine our culture. It is argued that the power elite in Europe is in a conspiracy to islamifisere parts of Europe. The text is not part of other sources on the Internet. We assume that the defendant has written about 80 pages of book 2 Some texts written by others has been edited by the fact that some words are exchanged. A text written by the so-called Una-bomber. He was concerned about the technological development, and wrote a letter which was published in several newspapers. Here, defendant replaced the term "leftism" replaced with "multi-culturealism." Much of the manifesto is taken from the Islam-critical websites. Robert Spencer and Andrew Bosteon listed with multiple reference. The writer who differs markedly from the others, the Norwegian Fjord blogger Mann. Together, his writing a text size of 320 pages to our working copy. The articles contained Fjord Mann is first published in 2006 and 2008. [Breivik follows the alert] It appears that he has not met Fjord Man and he discovered only after having worked with a compendium of six months.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Uppheim says Breivik's manifest contains a lot of cut and paste, and that it is difficult to determine how much the defendant has written himself. He adds that Breivik clearly present in the manifest. When Uppheim says that there is much repetition in the letter, Breivik leans back in his office chair and tilts back and forth until he gets back into position.

11:14:


Witness Dag Uppheim, police superintendent PST:
- Here we see examples of headline in some articles from "Fjordman". [This shows on the screen right] "A European Declaration of Independence" [the first heading takes Uppheim for himself and says:] "Fjordman" paints a rather dramatic picture of the situation in Europe. [Holden: - Did you say that "Fjordman" wrote this the first time in 2002?] No, 'A European Declaration of Independence "was as far as I know, published in March 2007. It is incorporated in its entirety in book number 2 As a summary of the first two books are largely made ​​up of available material from the internet. It is from Islam-critical websites defendant has taken it from and are seldom written anything themselves, and the Norwegian blogger "Fjordman" text is the scope. The text written by the defendant himself is the phase division and category A - and B-traitors. - Despite contains Book 1 and Book 2 is not the actual violence fungal claims that we will see in book 3 Apart from a picture of a temple knight, brought not the organization "Knights Templar" on track in the first two books. Book 3, "A declaration of pre-emptive war", 878 pages, 162 sections and 14 topics. As the title suggests, it is declared in advance of war. The book is a kind of declaration of war, in which readers are encouraged to take part in an ongoing civil war in Europe. Book 3 is gradually becoming a more personal touch. This is the book we have spent the most time in the investigation, and this is also written more defendants themselves. But there is still much cut from the internet and largely restructured and rewritten. The overall impression is a lot of cutting and pasting, rewriting and editing, but the defendant is still largely present in the text.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
All players have pre-dealt a stack of sheets containing sammenstiftede Day Uppheim presentation of how they have investigated the manifest. The actors look down on the table, supplied and browsing in this while the police officer talking.

11:17:


Witness Dag Uppheim, police superintendent PST:
- Specialty headline in book three, the book provides a sort of overall structure. But the material is difficult because a lot of repetitions. In the first issue in book three, it is argued why the armed resistance is required. The guilty after the charges are referred to as traitors. The manifesto is divided traitors in four kateogirer, A, B, C and D. The prescribed penalties for different categories: A, for the death penalty, as prescribed for B, which is a larger group. - In addition to the use of percent returns and the traitors categorized as the former group, there is division in phases. An ongoing civil war in Europe is divided and in phases; Dialogue phase is behind us and we are now in phase one, which runs until 2030, and overlap of phase two. Phase three in 2083, which we recognize from the title of the Manifesto. It offered pardon to the governments of Western Europe if they surrender within 112,020. It is described on European matters, just eksepmler from Norway. He appeals to multiple sequences, the 19 countries listed here in this sequence. As we see, the claim is filed on behalf of the organization Knights Templar.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Breivik got a smiling dragon across his face as Uppheim told about what the manifesto says the tombstones to the Knight Templars, knights and rituals.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
Judge Wenche Arntzen interrupt and ask questions of Uppheim whether the descriptions of uniforms and medals perceived as proposed or existing system. The question comes because Breivik in recent months has moderated and said that it was only a proposal. - You are doing it, both the rituals and the medal ceremony, but if there are any suggestions or existing, I think is a bit difficult to answer. I should think a bit about it and come back, answer Uppheim.

11:23:


Witness Dag Uppheim, police superintendent PST:
- (...) This organization, the Knights Templar, is described as a separate issue in the manifesto. In this issue of the Manifesto describes a re-establishment of Knight Templar, built on the traditions of the original Knights Templar. The defendant wrote about the meeting with a Serbian war hero before the foundation, and meetings of the Baltic states after the establishment. It appears that the defendant was charged with writing the compendium to unite opposition. The reader of the manifesto will be encouraged to fight their flag. It is written on a level system. The declaration referred to defendant as "Knight Commander Justicious." It means being the leader of a militant cell. In the phase of the civil war we are now, this is the highest degree. [The prosecutor Holden: - Breivik was in and wrote the Manifesto 22 July?] Yes, on page 1750 - conclusion of the Manifesto. Other features of the degree system will be established in a later phase of the ongoing civil war. Under the theme "Communication and logistics," describes more about the organizational and ceremonial aspects of organizations. There are more than 209 pages about the awards and (...). For honors, a distinction is the number of killed traitors. - As we see here some examples: The defendant has used the existing awards and medals used by the Masonic lodge and branches in different countries, and used it in a new importance in the Knights Templar. It also describes various uniforms of Knights Templar and how they should be constructed of uniform parts and how they obtained on the Internet. There are also detailed description of the initiation ritual. [The witness explains how this according to the manifesto to be done and who can and possibly will be there] [Judge Arntzen: - it appears that the proposal from Breivik's side or it appears that an existing system?] - It is evident early on that this, Thus, you give of yourself, there's plenty of information on how to produce things on the internet, how to obtain these medals, how you yourself can put together uniforms. But it is difficult to answer, I will come back a little to it. In the topic "Planning the Operation," writes the defendant on the planning and preparations for a violent operation. The defendant gives the impression that he has spent much time in preparation, which he later wrote down. Information is at such a detailed level, the defendant writes about the cost of marker and color of Kevlar [...].

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Breivik smiles again after Uppheim talking about what Breivik has written about planning, and that he writes that he encourages others to think like a farmer. When Breivik moved to Vålstua farm in April 2011, three months before the terror, he went below deck history to cultivate roots and tubers. Beforehand, he created one-man enterprise Geofarm, among other things, to buy fertilizer.

Witness Dag Uppheim, police superintendent PST:
- Although this is described as a guide to others, draws all the time the defendant what he has done, the equipment and how he has prepared himself. As here in a chapter that deals with the importance of self-motivation, type the defendant, and I translate into Norwegian, [reading from the manifesto on how Breivik describes himself and how he motivated himself. Breivik says that he has managed to stay motivated and focused for over nine years] In the theme of "motivation" it says how to motivate and get in physical form, including motivation, Aspiring and use of steroioder that the defendant himself admits that he uses or have used. The defendant writes about avoiding mistnake from family and friends and to avoid ending up in the spotlight to the Security Service, defendant describes several sequences which cover stories he has taken advantage of when it comes to various acquisitions. It appears that it is important to use cpver and give it credibility. Among other things, that if we are to have a firm cover to buy fertilizers, so it is important to behave like a farmer. It also contained about 20 pages of words and phrases that are common in agriculture. As an example, from the manifest include the first to do research and acquire equipment before starting research on weapons. - To avoid the possession of evidence, he writes that he has replaced hard drive between each phase. Utystyret associated with each phase buried in the repository. The defendant also writes in general about how to prioritize targets for an armed action. They are generally forumlert and not specifically for Norwegian conditions [quoting from the manifesto] It is not clear which sites defendants have chosen for the crime. Neither ministries or Utøya listed in the manifest. The campaign has not only aims to execute A and B forredre, but also to highlight the movement. It is written not just about preparation, but also about the time after a violent reaction. It appears that one must expect to be demonized and called crazy or a victim. But in 100 years people will understand and they will be revered as heroes. A practical approach. As a counterweight to the police capture pictures will leak to the press, given advice on how to take their own photographs of themselves. A fengeselsopphold described as an opportunity to recruit to political conditions. The defendant described in a separate topic of different forms of attacks, including attacks attacks against party meetings with the flamethrower. He writes about biology and will whip the weapon and take out thoroughly antrax and how this can be distributed traitors by email. It is generally much enumeration in book 3, in different contexts and different themes.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
With regular intervals replace police officers who sit right behind Breivik on his right side to keep guard. The two that have been sitting here since after the break had just guard switch with two others who came in from the back room. This is done almost silently and noticeable.

Comments from VG Jarle Brenna:
The most important thing for the police in connection with the manifesto has been to extract information that might be interesting in connection with the investigation. It is essentially the Breivik writes about the preparations and the people he had contact with. Much of the manifesto is about ideology and it is the Uppheim now going through the court.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Uppheim lists now up visions of the Manifesto. When he gets to the point about the so-called death factories and surrogati Breivik smiled wide and long. Breivik previously greiet about their thoughts on implementing breeding Norwegians, and organize them into reserves. The first expert, Torgeir Husby and Synne Sørheim, mentioned this in his report that bissarre statements and expressions of delusions.

11:36:


Witness Dag Uppheim, police superintendent PST:
- He writes about and the safeguarding of European genetics, which is threatened by mass immigration. However, points out that only the desire to preserve our genetic uniqueness and that it is not based on Nazi ideas of sovereignty related to race. It is described, numerous proposals for factories using surrogate mothers in low-cost countries. It sketches a future economic model and a new, gender-segregated school system. Reforming of the church is part of the future vision, judgment criteria should be drained only religion in Europe. In a separate topic is included among other Bible verses that legitimate right to self-defense. In a separate topic printer accused of the progress the next stages in the Civil War. It will be possible to recruit personnel from the security, military and police. It appears that the traitors can be granted various degrees of pardoning in phase two. Here we see examples of the policy as traitors to publish. [View on screen] I read it kke up, but I can mention that it also is an oath which is to be read in the initiation ritual of the Knights Templar, and suggestions for opening and closing speech that can be used in a trial. - And there are more chapters that have clean readings. Among other things, oil and gas refinery in various European countries. In other contexts, the list of parties and organizations that are critical of immigration and how weapons can be obtained from criminal organizations. Of the criminal organizations that are listed are motorcycle clubs and the Russian mafia. The defendant is talking about making explosives and have spent much time on google and the recipes he has cut out from the net. He writes of laboratory equipment and instructions on how to create hollow-pointed ammunition suitable because of the damage it causes. He also writes about the ammunition with poison. It appears that he has not tried to make myself. Included is the pure nicotine and nicotine overdose death during described as very painful. It appears that the defendant is ordered pure nicotine from China, and negative and positive use of nuclear weapons where the reactors are listed in various European countries. And the possibility of spreading the radiation of radioactive waste, where the Eiffel Tower stands out as a suitable target. - The third category of attacks that we see on the screen, defined as large-scale attacks against Muslims with the intention to lead them to the collective jihad. It is for me a little unclear what the defendant wants to convey with regard to attacks on Muslims. In some parts discourages defendants to expend energy on attacks against Muslims, while in other parts calling for it to lead them to the collective jihad. There is also a lot of space to encourage a shift in culture to include the medieval ideals. Japan and South Korea emphasized on several occasions because they have managed to preserve their culture. There are several examples that deal with lack of sexual morality.

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Day Uppheim lost the thread of her speech because the presentation apparently does not match the utprintede version that was handed out to participants.

Witness Dag Uppheim, police superintendent PST:
- Now there is some clutter in my presentation ... [Pause] It looks like it is missing a part, but I go on. The defendant wrote about how various conservative forces in Europe may gather for a common goal. I can not see that other researchers in the manifesto refers to the direction in mind. We are talking about various right-wing ideologies. Fjord Mann, Robert Spencer and websites such as The Gates of Vienna and The Green Arrow mentioned. To spread the truth within the framework of the Act will constitute 99 percent of the resistance, and create fertile ground for recruitment into armed resistance. [Looking forward for the presentation]. The version that is posted online by someone other than me is different than the version you've been dealt. [Judge Arntzen: - When we take lunch now, at half past one.] Then I regret that there was mess with it. [Judge Arntzen: - There is very good.]

Comments from VG Marianne Vika:
Since Uppheim came out of it, take right now break until 12:30 pm. Police chief assistant from the PST is not finished with his lecture, so this will continue after the lunch break. Breivik now brought out of the room. During the breaks, he tends to sit in a waiting cell. In parallel VGTV send directly from the court hosted by Mads Andersen and A. Siri Nilminie read. It can follow the route in the top right of this window.

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