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Norwegian has no regrets about massacre of 77

Oslo , Sun, 31 Jul 2011 ANI

Oslo (Norway), July 31 (ANI): The man who claimed the lives 0f 77 people in twin terror strikes on July 22, has said that he has no regret or emotion about the blast-cum shooting spree massacre.


Anders Behring Breivik showed no emotion' when he was told he had massacred 77 people with a bomb in Oslo and a shooting spree at an island summer camp, police said Saturday.


During a ten-hour interrogation on Friday, Breivik - who admits the attacks but denies criminal responsibility - told police 'other cells' of terrorists were active in 'Nordic countries', police attorney Pal-Fredrik Hjort Kraby said.


Breivik is understood to have given officers details of his movements on July 22. Police said they were now trying to verify this via CCTV footage.


The anti-Muslim extremist killed eight with a car bomb in central Oslo and shot dead 69, mainly teenage Labour Party members, on the island 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-minute


killing spree.


Police Chief of Staff Johan Fredriksen and police attorney Paal Fredrik Hjort Kraby, addressing a press conference, said police will also question and interview a Swedish radical who boasted on Facebook about being a 'co-director' of a farm where Breivik made the bomb.


Kraby said police want to talk to Kristoffer Danielssen, a Swedish man who boasted on Facebook of being 'co-director' of Breivik Geofarm, where the killer made his 500 kilogram bomb.


His page on the website - understood to predate the terror attacks - included the same quote Breivik posted on Twitter five days before striking: 'One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests.'


According to the Daily Mail, his lawyer, Geir Lippestad, revealed the attack on July 22 was a 'plan B' after the killer decided against setting off a series of bombs at Oslo's Royal Palace and the Labour Party's headquarters.


Norway started burying the dead on Friday as cabinet ministers honoured the victims in tearful memorial services. (ANI)


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