I thought they (the attackers) were exchanging messages but realizing he was alone, I think the scream was actually a battle cry.Utoeya Island massacre survivor Ingvild Leren Stensrud • Describing what she saw and heard, the day Anders Behring Breivik attacked Oslo and Utoeya, while testifying in the Norwegian killer’s trial. Stenstrud survived the attack, with a gun shot to the left thigh, after being knocked over — and subsequently covered by — the body of another victim. Glenn Martin Waldenstroem, who survived being shot in the face, asked that Breivik be removed from the room before he testified. With Anders gone, Waldenstroem told the court that the killer “looked angry and smiled simultaneously.” source (via • follow)
Anders Breivik’s American fan: Meet Kevin Forts of Worchester, Mass. Kevin is one of the few people who has shown support to the Norwegian mass shooter, saying that his actions display nationalism and that he dreams of meeting him. They’ve even become pen pals. Forts showed up in this video for Norwegian tabloid VG recently to explain his bizarre fandom. We’re not really sure what to say about this.
I am not scared by the prospect of being in prison all my life. I was born in a prison where I could not express my beliefs. This prison is called Norway.Anders Behring Breivik, the gunman in the Norwegian mass shooting • Speaking in a court Tuesday regarding his actions. ”I have carried out the most spectacular and sophisticated attack on Europe since World War II. … These acts are based on goodness, not evil,” he also said to the court. Today was a somewhat difficult day in the court, as one of the judges was removed for saying last year that he felt Breivik should face the death penalty.