Oslo (Norway), July 31 (ANI): The man who claimed the lives 0f 77eople in twin terror strikes on July 22, has said that he has noegret or emotion about the blast-cum shooting spree massacre.
Anders Behring Breivik showed no emotion' when he was told he hadassacred 77 people with a bomb in Oslo and a shooting spree at ansland summer camp, police said Saturday.
During a ten-hour interrogation on Friday, Breivik - who admits thettacks but denies criminal responsibility - told police 'other cells'f terrorists were active in 'Nordic countries', police attorneyal-Fredrik Hjort Kraby said.
Breivik is understood to have given officers details of his movementsn July 22. Police said they were now trying to verify this via CCTVootage.
The anti-Muslim extremist killed eight with a car bomb in centralslo and shot dead 69, mainly teenage Labour Party members, on thesland of Utoya nine days ago.
He is believed to have parked a hiredvan with a bomb in it outside the prime minister's office before usinganother car to drive to Utoya, where he was arrested after a 90-minuteilling spree.
Police Chief of Staff Johan Fredriksen and police attorney Paalredrik Hjort Kraby, addressing a press conference, said police willlso question and interview a Swedish radical who boasted on Facebookbout being a 'co-director' of a farm where Breivik made the bomb.
Kraby said police want to talk to Kristoffer Danielssen, a Swedish manho boasted on Facebook of being 'co-director' of Breivik Geofarm,here the killer made his 500 kilogram bomb.
His page on the website - understood to predate the terror attacks -ncluded the same quote Breivik posted on Twitter five days beforetriking: 'One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000ho have only interests.'
According to the Daily Mail, his lawyer, Geir Lippestad, revealed thettack on July 22 was a 'plan B' after the killer decided againstetting off a series of bombs at Oslo's Royal Palace and the Labourarty's headquarters.
Norway started burying the dead on Friday as cabinet ministersonoured the victims in tearful memorial services. (ANI)