Oslo, Apr 20 (ANI): Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 67 people at a Labour party summer camp, organized at Utoya island last year, told an Oslo court during his trial that he was actually a 'very likeable person' but he trained himself to not get influenced by emotions.
"I was rather normal (emotionally) until 2006 when I started my training," News.com.au reported Breivik, as saying who described himself as a "caring person".
In his testimony on the fourth day of his trial in Oslo, Norway, he also reportedly disclosed his plans to behead Gro Harlem Brundtland, a former prime minister of Norway, who he hope might attend the event.
Breivik declared the reason for doing so was because of her support for multiculturalism.
"You have to choose tactics and strategies to dehumanise... the enemy ... those who I see as legitimate targets," Anders said, referring to the people attending the event, who he considered as 'legitimate targets' and saw them as 'political activists'.
The confessed killer reportedly explained to the court that he saw himself as a militant nationalist "knight" heroically fighting to defend "ethnic Norwegians" from being wiped out by a "Muslim invasion" caused by the Labour government's generous immigration policies. (ANI)
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