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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

2012-05-08 (TV2): Breivik Trial: Day 14: Utoya Massacre Testimony:



2012-05-08 (TV2): Breivik Trial: Day 14: Utoya Massacre Testimony:

Chief of Public Health: Kari Ormstad | Police Superintendent Trond Sandsbråten | KRIPOS Police Superintendent Gøran Dyvesveen | Forensic Technician Åshild Vege | Autopsies: Ida Beathe Rogne (17) | Aleksander Aas Eriksen (16) | Eva Kathinka Lütken (17) | Tore Eikeland (21) | Tarald Kuven Mjelde (18) | Maria Maagerø Johannesen (17) | Monica Iselin Didriksen (18) | Åsta Sofie Helland Dahl (16) | Anders Kristiansen (18) | Bano Abobakar Rashid (18) | Andreas Edvardsen (18) | Silje Stamneshagen (18) |

Oslo District Court: #: 11-188627 MED-05 | 08 May 2012 | Breivik Report/TV2.NO

Forensic scientist Kari Ormstad and crime technicians Trond Sandsbråten and Åshild Vege provide the details of the autopsy reports, while victim family attorneys provide short biographies about the Utoya deceased:

Cafe: Great Hall:
Ida Beathe Rogne (17)
Cafe: Hallway:
Aleksander Aas Eriksen (16)
Love Trail:
Eva Kathinka Lütken (17)
Tore Eikeland (21)
Tarald Kuven Mjelde (18)
Maria Maagerø Johannesen (17)
Monica Iselin Didriksen (18)
Åsta Sofie Helland Dahl (16)
Anders Kristiansen (18)
Bano Abobakar Rashid (18)
Andreas Edvardsen (18)
Silje Stamneshagen (18)



8:35 Good morning from Oslo Courthouse. About 25 minutes is right for day 14 of the trial after the terrorist attacks on 22 July.

8:39 The court will now go through twelve of the executions of Utøya by the technician tells the police about the execution site and autoplay are discussed by representatives of Public Health.

8:41 One of the executions that today will be reviewed is the execution of Rashid Bano. Here you can read more about the executions as the court shall review today.

8:52 The court actors begin to take their places in the courtroom 250

8:54 As in the earlier reviews of the deaths of Utøya will where the shots hit the car people demonstrated on a doll that stands in the courtroom.

8:55 The four experts were in place in the courtroom. The same is Breivik's defense team.

8:56 After review of each execution, one of the aid attorneys say something about the person who was killed.

8:57 The defendant, Anders Breivik Behring, is led into the courtroom.

8:59 The judges arrive.

8:59 The court is set.

9:02 Police Superintendent Trond Sandsbråten begins by reviewing how far you have come in the review of those killed.
9:03 The first execution that will be examined today, the execution of Ida Beathe Rogne (17).

9:04 SandsBråten shows a schematic drawing of the cafe building and pictures of the cafe building from outside.

9:05 SandsBråten shows pictures from inside the cafe building.

9:06 These pictures were also displayed before yesterday's review.

9:07 There were seven children who died in Little Hall. Five children died in the Great Hall and a youth in the hallway. The deaths of those killed in the little hall, and four of those killed in the Great Hall were presented yesterday.

9:08 Then start the SandsBråten review of the execution of Ida Beathe Rogne.

9:08 SandsBråten: - She died in the Great Hall.

9:10 SandsBråten warns of strong images. Judge Wenche Arntzen said that those who wish may leave the courtroom when they wish. Normally not leave the courtroom while court is set.

9:11 SandsBråten refers to images that are distributed in a binder to the court players. These images are considered much stronger than those shown on the big screen in the courtroom.

9:12 Chief Kari Ormstad of Public Health explains the damage inflicted on the victim.

9:14 Lawyer Nadia Hall: - Ida Beathe were caring for family and friends.
9:15 The court is now through the execution of Aleksander Aas Eriksen (16).

9:16 SandsBråten: - Aleksander Aas Eriksen died in the hallway by the door into the little hall.

9:16 SandsBråten shows the floor plan in which Eriksen was found dead.

9:17 SandsBråten displays images from the site.

9:18 SandsBråten refers to images in the file court players have been dealt.

9:18 Ormstad account of the forensic investigation.

9:20 Ormstad shows in his own hand how a shot can be taken, when the doll does not have details like fingers.

9:23 Lawyer: - Alexander would have turned 17 years in August 2011. He was liked by everyone. Alexander was very fond of his family. He had a girlfriend he was fond of Alexander was concerned with human rights.

9:24 Police Superintendent SandsBråten shows all the dead in cafe building on a floor plan. The review of those killed in the cafe building is now closed.

9:26 You should now start the review of those killed at the Love Trail.

9:26 It shows images of the area, including aerial photographs taken the day before the terrorist attack.

9:28 KRIPOS Police Superintendent Gøran Dyvesveen from the NCIS account for the dead that were found at the Love Trail.
9:28 The execution of Eva Kathinka Lütken (17) be reviewed.

9:29 Dyvesveen: - Eva Kathinka Lütken died on the Love Trail.

9:29 Dyvesveen displays images from the site.

9:30 Dyvesveen refers to images in the file court participants have been given.

9:32 Forensic Åshild Vege explains the forensic findings.

9:34 Lawyer Lars Engdahl: - Kathinka had big plans for the future, including studies in the United States. In October 2010, Kathinka member of AUF. She asked always up for others.

9:35 The execution of Tore Eikeland (21) are accounted for.

9:37 Dyvesveen show pictures to the court binder.

9:38 Åshild Vege explains the forensic findings.

9:40 Lawyer Frode Elgesem: - Tore Eikeland was 21 years. He was the leader of Bergen AUF. He has been at summer camp at Utøya five years in a row. Stoltenberg described the Eikeland as one of the most promising young politicians.

9:41 Elgesem: - Tore was a caring person who loved everyone.

9:42 The Court has taken break until at 10

9:43 Today's hearing is scheduled to terminate at lunch.

9:57 Court participants are beginning to take their places in the courtroom.

10:01 The defendant is returned to the courtroom.

10:02 The court is set.

10:06 Goran Dyvesveen answer questions from the prosecutor Svein Holden that they can not tell how far away the shots are fired from, but estimates the distance to less than ten meters, based on the findings of the bushes from weapons.
10:07 The court goes through the execution of Tarald Kuven Mjelde (18).

10:07 Dyvesveen: - He died on the Love Trail.

10:08 Dyvesveen shows pictures of the area. He also refers to the images in the file the court has been given.

10:09 Vege explains the forensic investigations.

10:12 Lawyer Frode Elgesem: - Tarald was 18. He had been a participant at Utøya once before. He was vice chairman of the Bergen AUF. Friends described Tarald as warm and social commitment. He was concerned with justice.
10:13 The court is now through the execution of Maria Maagerø Johannesen (17).

10:14 Dyvesveen: - She died at the Love Trail.

10:14 Dyvesveen displays images from the site that shows where she was found. He also refers to the court actors have pictures in a binder.

10:16 Vege explains the forensic investigations.

10:19 Lawyer Knut Streaming: - In the summer of 2011 was Maria Utøya for the first time. She had no political office, but was genuinely concerned about justice. She was caring for those who felt left out.
10:19 The court goes through the execution of Monica Iselin Didriksen (18).

10:20 Dyvesveen: - Monica Iselin Didriksen died on the Love Trail.

10:21 Dyvesveen shows pictures of the site, referring to the photographs included in the binder to the court players.

10:22 Vegetable explains the damage that was inflicted.

10:25 Lawyer Frode Elgesem: - She was a student at Bergen Cathedral School and a member of AUF since she was 14 years. She was part of the crew on Utøya. Sense of fairness was one of Monica's deeply rooted values. She was concerned about community. She wanted to be a doctor and work for Doctors Without Borders.

10:26 The court is now through the execution of Åsta Sofie Helland Dahl (16).
10:26 Dyvesveen: - She died at the Love Trail.

10:27 Dyvesveen photos of the place she was found dead, referring to photographs taken in the court binder.

10:28 Breivik looking down into the cover lying in front of him on the table when Dyvesveen refers to pictures taken in the court binder.

10:29 Vege explains the forensic investigations.

10:32 Lawyer: - Asta Sofie was sixteen and a half years. Asta envisioned a future career in design, with the world as a work space. She tolerated no injustice, and had the courage of their convictions to speak out. She had great concern for those she had around her.

10:33 The court pauses to clock 11.05.

10:34 The court has gone through eight of the twelve executions court is scheduled to go through today.

11:00 The court goes through every day this week 12 of the deaths of Utøya. Friday went right through nine of the killings. In total, 69 people lost their lives during the terrorist action on 22 Utøya July.

11:01 The experts have taken their places at the table in front of the judges.

11:05 The defendant Behring Anders Breivik is brought into the courtroom 250 after the break.

11:05 The court is set.
11:05 The court goes through the execution of Anders Kristiansen (18).

11:06 Dyvesveen: - He died on the Love Trail.

11:06 Dyvesveen pictures that show where Kristiansen was found.

11:07 Dyvesveen refers to images that are in a binder court actors.

11:07 The images that appear on the big screen in the courts does not show the killing.

11:08 Vege explains the forensic investigations.

11:10 Lawyer Nadia Hall: - Anders was a very socially engaged boy. He had many good friends.

11:10 The court is now through the execution of Bano Abobakar Rashid (18).
11:11 Dyvesveen: - She died at the Love Trail.

11:11 Dyvesveen shows the overview where marked where she was found executed.

11:12 Dyvesveen show pictures to the court's binders.

11:14 Åshild Vege explains the forensic investigations.

11:15 The medics shows, as in all execution review purposes, on a doll where shots have been taken.

11:18 Lawyer Yvonne Mette Larsen: - Bano was 18 years. She was born in Kurdistan, in the 1001 night of the world. Together with the family she escaped from the war. All who knew Bano knew she was going to be something big. She was social and had many good friends. Bano also fought against violence and racism.

11:18 Larsen: - She was a role model for everyone. The funeral was a female priest and an iman in front of her stretcher. She showed that different cultures can live together.
11:19 The court goes through the execution of Andreas Edvardsen (18).

11:19 Dyvesveen: - He died on the Love Trail.

11:20 Dyvesveen pictures that show how Edvardsen found. He also refers to pictures taken in the court binder.

11:21 Vege explains the forensic investigations.

11:24 Lawyer: - Andreas Edvardsen was a caring big brother. He was a senior last year and had entered college in Halden to train as a teacher. Andreas had many friends he used the spare time. He is described as a mood creator, which got others to feel good.

11:25 The court is now through the killing of Silje Stamneshagen (18).
11:26 Dyvesveen: - She died at the Love Trail.

11:26 Dyvesveen display images with marking of where she was found after the execution.

11:27 Dyvesveen show to the court binders with pictures of the slain.

11:28 Vege undergo the forensic investigation.

11:29 Lawyer Siv Hallgren: - Silje was a cheerful, down to earth girl with a concern for everyone. Outside the AUF was a dog and horse her passion.

11:30 Goran Dyvesveen summarizes the review of those killed on the trail that love was gone through.

11:31 Tomorrow the court shall go through among other things, five killed, found at Kjærlighetsstien close of the ten deaths that were reviewed by Love trail today.

11:32 The court is adjourned and set again at 09 tomorrow, Wednesday.

11:32 Besides the review of twelve executions, the court tomorrow after lunch to hear the testimony of several witnesses from Utøya.

11:32 The defendants are now out of the courtroom 250

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