Norwegian mass killer says massacre was 'small barbarian act to prevent larger one'
Oslo, Apr 23 (ANI): Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik has said bombing and shooting rampage that killed nearly 77 people last year, was 'a small barbarian act to prevent a larger barbarian act'.
On 22 July 2011, Breivik set off a car bomb near government buildings in Oslo, killing eight, and then massacred 69 participants at a Labour Party youth camp on the nearby Utoeya island.
According to The BBC, Breivik, on what may be his final day of evidence, said he wanted to apologise for killing or injuring 'innocent' people in the Oslo bombing who were just passing by and had no political connections.
But he offered no apology for the Utoeya massacre.
Breivik admitted to killing all 77 victims, but denied criminal responsibility, saying he was defending Norway from multiculturalism.
According to the report, he said he had envisaged the most important attack as being the Oslo bombing, but Utoeya 'became the most important attack when the government buildings did not collapse' as planned. (ANI)
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