July 25, 2011
The man suspected of killing more than 70 people in a separate bombing and shooting spree in Norway Friday said he attacked the country’s liberal party because, the “price of their treason is what they had to pay.”
Anders Breivik made the statement in a closed court hearing today in which judge Kim Heger said he would be held without bond for eight weeks until his next court appearance, four of which in solitary confinement. Breivik told the court that he committed the crimes, but did not plead guilty, Heger said. He was, as he told the court, trying to save Norway and Europe from cultural Marxism and Muslimization.
Though Breivik previously told police he acted alone, today he also told the court there were two more “cells” in his “organization”.
In a video posted online, Breivik uses comics and signs to illustrate his views against what he perceived as communism and anti-nationalism in the Labour party-led government. In a 1,500-page online manifesto, Breivik describes his contempt for the Muslim population in Oslo and mulls even deadlier attacks by Christian conservatives — including one involving a weapon of mass destruction.
This article was posted: Monday, July 25, 2011 at 8:29 am