Archive for February 4th, 2012
On Friday, Norwegian media published multiple photos of Breivik originating from the police investigation.
– Breivik in police custody on Utøya –
Some of the photos show a visibly exhausted Breivik sitting in chair inside one of the buildings on Utøya shortly after his arrest. Breivik did not wish to be photographed at the time, and is looking away from the camera. The police took the pictures to document what Breivik was wearing during the attacks.
Breivik agreed to be questioned without a lawyer and the police kept Breivik at Utøya until late in the night for questioning. Three members from the Section for Special Operations in the Organized Crime Unit (Seksjon for organisert kriminalitet) of the Oslo police conducted the questioning. Just before 2 a.m., Breivik was evaluated by a doctor. According to VG’s sources, the doctor was of the opinion that Breivik seemed shaken, his eyes looked tired, and his pupils were dilated. The doctor thought his condition could be caused by psychological stress or by the use of Efedrin.
This is the police’s own images of Behring Anders Breivik (32) after his arrest on Utøya.
According to information VG has received access to ga Breivik clear message that he did not want to be photographed after the shooting massacre. The police took still pictures in order to secure evidence of how he was dressed and equipped under terrorist attack.
Later, police also received a ruling from the Oslo District Court as giving them the right to conduct so-called signaling Breivik, which means that it is secured photo and fingerprints….
Original article: Breivik nektet å bli fotografert av politiet
– Guns and equipment –
Dagbladet writes that when Breivik was arrested, he carried a Glock 17 pistol and a Ruger Mini 14 Rifle. Runic inscriptions were carved on the gun. Mjollnir (Mjølner), the Old Norse name for Thor’s Hammer, was carved on the Glock; and on the rifle, Gungnir, the Old Norse name of the spear of Odin. According to Norse mythlogy, the spear (Gungnir) hits and penetrates everything at which it is aimed and, like Thor’s hammer, always returns to the thrower’s hand.
In the small van Breivik drove to Utøya, the police found a note apparently written by Breivik himself saying “Costume party 2010/2011 – police officer”. The police also found a shotgun and a bag of metal tire-puncturing devices that could have been used to incapacitate persuing vehicles.
Handwritten note and a loaded shotgun was in the getaway car at Utøya.
In Fiat Dubloen as Anders Breivik Behring drove to the berth where the M / S Thorbjorn was to transport him to Utøya, the police made more seizures after the mass killing her husband was arrested.
Police seized the Spanish rider, which could be used to delay the police cars. Spanish riders can be thrown out on the road, after which they puncture the tires of cars that are running….
According to mythology, is this spear through it all and hit what he aims at. Like Thor’s hammer must return to the shooter’s hand….
Original article: Politiet fant lapp i Breiviks bil: “Kostymeparty 2010/2011 – Politibetjent”
– Breivik reconnoitering shortly before attacks –
The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) has published surveillance camera photos of Breivik reconnoitering in Oslo around lunchtime on 7/22, a couple of hours before he carried out the attacks. The photos show Breivik walking past the governmental offices in downtown Oslo carrying documents and holding an umbrella. According to NRK, Breivik has explained in police questioning that he surveyed the area about eight times in the three years leading up to the attacks, trying to establish structural weaknesses in the buildings. Breivik also explained to police that he felt relatively sure that his reconnaissance missions would not draw attention since Norwegian police considered it unlikely that anyone other than Islamists would attack targets in Norway.
It shows still images taken from surveillance videos in the middle of Oslo city center.
According to NRK understand, the pictures taken at lunchtime Friday, a few hours before the bomb explosion in its ministries.
With an umbrella and a black briefcase under his left arm goes Breivik seemingly undisturbed through the area where he is soon to blow up a bomb.
Police have previously declined to comment on whether the terror accused the Norwegian was in such a reconnaissance mission before the attack….
Original article: Her er Breivik på befaring i Regjeringskvartalet
Norwegian television station, TV2, is reporting that journalist Anne Leer, who secured an interview agreement with Anders Behring Breivik, but was denied access to Ila Prison after the Justice Department did not give her clearance, is experiencing further difficulties during her work in Norway for an upcoming BBC documentary about the 7/22 attacks.
In addition to being banned from visiting Anders Behring Breivik in prison, she has also been informed by the Oslo Police District that they do not wish to have anything to do with her, reports TV2.
Anne Leer is producing a documentary about the 7/22 attacks for the BBC and has already been in Norway for three weeks interviewing various people who witnessed the attacks.
BBC reporter boycotted by Norwegian police
BBC reporter Anne Leer meets opposition in Norway. Now, the Oslo police decided that they should not have anything to do with her….
Police are still very reluctant to comment on this matter.
“We need to have a dialogue with the BBC before we can say anything,” says adviser Roar Hanssen of the Oslo Police District told TV 2….
Original article: BBC-reporter boikottet av norsk politi
Breivik’s lawyer, Geir Lippestad, said to Verdens Gang (VG) that Breivik has now changed his mind and no longer opposes photographs of him being taken during the scheduled court proceeding on Monday, February 6th. According to Norwegian law, it is not permitted to take pictures of an accused person in court, or to and from the court building, unless the accused gives approval. According to Lippestad, Breivik has decided to agree to photography now as a sort of preparation for the upcoming trial.
Lippestad said to Dagbladet that Breivik is preparing to say a few words to the court about why he carried out the attacks. “We have no indication that he wishes to apologize for what he did. His viewpoint is unchanged, he believes it was gruesome but neccessary,” says Lippestad.
He further says that Breivik is willing to resume answering questions from Norwegian police next week if they are interested. According to Lippestad, Breivik recognizes that the police cannot guarantee acess to a (permanent) computer before a verdict has been passed. In addition, it is in his interest to explain himself to the police, especially regarding the psychiatric report, according to Lippestad.
“It is because the trial is approaching, and that when the matter will be imaged,” said Lippestad when he and co-lawyer Vibeke Hein Bæra met the press outside the prison.
The court should be set after Breivik is brought into the courtroom, and it will thus be possible to take pictures of him, according to NTB….
Original article: Breivik anker ny psykiatri-vurdering til Høyesterett
Breivik will be photographed in court
Up to incarceration meeting Breivik also preparing a statement.
“He is preparing to say something about the question of guilt to the court. It’s about why he did the acts,” said Lippestad to the press.
Lippestad said that Breivik is aware that there are more victims and their families than at the previous meeting and incarceration that one of the new experts will be in court.
“He has been informed of this and stated that,” says Lippestad. During the previous face incarceration asked Breivik if he could say something to the plaintiffs. There he was not allowed. The defenders do not know if he will request the same on Monday.
“We do not know if he plans to address the audience. We have not received any feedback on that he wants to apologize or excuse what he did. His starting point is not changed, he said it was cruel, but necessary,” says Lippestad to Dagbladet….
Original article: Breivik vil la seg fotografere i retten
Breivik, who has refused to speak with the police since January 11, decided Friday to go along with new interviews before the trial.
He has refused to cooperate because he wanted guarantees for computer use in prison.
“He wants to leave the interview because he believes it has reached so many errors in the expert [psychiatric] report,” said Lippestad.
According Lippestad Breivik want to let the interview after incarceration meeting next week if the police have the time….
Original article: Breivik sier ja til fotografering i retten