Archive for February 5th, 2012
The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) writes that, during the planning phase of the 7/22 attacks, Breivik reconnoitered around the NRK offices at Marienlyst in Oslo. In police questioning, Breivik explained that the media company and its journalists were highly prioritized targets.
According to NRK, before Breivik decided to attack the governmental offices and the Labor Youth Organization (AUF) camp at Utøya, he considered attacking the state owned media company, NRK. In addition he considered the Norwegian newpapers, Aftenposten and Verdens Gang (VG), as possible targets.
Breivik says he thought of the NRK offices at Marienlyst as a “bonus” operation. Through his reconnoitering, he established the location of the entrance for the political and foreign sections. Breivik thought about the possibility of delivering two bombs weighing between 50 to 60 kilograms (110-130 pounds) while disguised as a Federal Express worker, but concluded that since he had little knowledge of the layout of the NRK buildings, it was unlikely that he would succeed in killing more than fifteen people. He decided that Utøya was a more suitable target since the water surrounding the island would make it a death trap.
NRK also writes that, according to police questioning, Breivik has said that he considered also attacking Aftenposten and VG after setting off the bomb, but he rejected the idea as he thought it would prevent him from reaching Utøya afterwards.
NRK is Norway’s state-owned media house and had an exclusive monopoly on nation-wide television broadcasting until 1992 when TV2 was established. Several NRK leaders have been former Labor Party politicians, for example Bjartmar Gjerde and Einar Førde who held the leadership position consecutively from 1981 to 2001. Many Norwegians are of the opinion that NRK has a socialist-leftist bias in its news reporting and program selection.
“Breivik surveilled NRK employees”
Anders Behring Breivik (32) surveilled NRK’s offices in Oslo. The terror suspect considered media house and the journalists as “high priority”.
In questioning the Breivik explained in detail about the other goals he considered during the planning of terrorist attacks.
Before he decided to attack the government quarter and Utøya, assessed the 32-year-old long to attack the largest media houses in Oslo.
According to NRK understand, Breivik should have wanted to frame both Aftenposten, VG and NRK….
Original article: “Breivik spanet på NRK-ansatte”
When chief editor of Aftenposten, Hilde Haugsgjerd, answered questions from readers on September 4, 2009, a person with the signature “Anders B” asked her the following two questions:
“What do you think about Norway joining the ranks of countries that no longer have any major cultural conservative newspapers (newspapers critical of multiculturalism)?”
“What is the reason that Aftenposten, after 1972, gradually began to support multiculturalism (Cultural Marxism) and, therefore, in effect no longer continued to be a culture conservative media alternative? Was is because of pressure from the Labor-movement?”
Chief editor replied [in Norwegian]
What do you think that Norway joins the ranks of countries that no longer has any great cultural conservative newspapers (newspapers that are critical of multiculturalism)? Anders B
I also think it is a problem that the Norwegian media are too similar in their analysis and views. I think it is because conflicts in Norwegian politics is not really that big. Greeting Hilde
What is the rationale for the newspaper Aftenposten, after 1972, gradually began to support multiculturalism (kulturmarxisme) and thus in practice no longer continued to be a cultural conservative media alternative? Was it because of pressure from the labor movement? Anders B
Aftenposten is an independent newspaper, with a liberal-conservative worldviews. Hilde….
Original article: Sjefredaktøren svarte
TV2 writes that, according to police investigation documents, Breivik called Norwegian media companies several times complaining that certain news stories were not reported. For example, during the 2009 riots in Gothenburg, Sweden, in which many cars were set on fire by immigrant youths, Breivik called both NRK and TV2 asking why there was no coverage of this news. Breivik has explained to the police that he was told that the riots were not newsworthy.
According to TV2, Breivik was also of the opinion that similar riots by immigrant youths in France received too little coverage by the Norwegian media. Further from TV2, Breivik thought the Gothenburg riots were not mentioned on Norwegian news because of the upcoming election since the riots in Sweden might result in increased support for the Progress Party (FRP) which has a more restrictive view on immigration.
Did the media silent about the riots in Sweden and France to prevent the FRP would make a good election.
TV 2 has access to investigation material shows that the terrorist accused Anders Breivik Behring on several occasions to have approached the media to complain about coverage of news stories.
One of the cases was during the riots in Gothenburg in 2009, where it was set fire to several cars. The rebellion started after police threw two immigrant youths from an occupied premises in the city.
Then Breivik have called both TV2 and NRK and asked why they did not cover what happened. According to Breivik, the editors then have replied that it was not “news worthy”.
Breivik even think that this incident was under cover in the Norwegian press as it was approaching parliamentary elections, and that one did not want to increase support for the Progress Party to describe the noise in the immigrant communities….
Original article: Breivik ringte TV 2 for å klage på nyhetene
In the years before the 7/22 attacks, Anders Behring Breivik lived with his mother in Oslo, but in May 2011 he moved to a farm in Rena commune in Hedmark.
– Evidence related to bomb making –
Aftenposten writes that at Åsta farm, which Breivik rented in the months leading up the the attacks, the police found six pages with printing on both sides which appears to be complete instructions for producing a bomb. In addition, the police found hand-written notes with mathematical calculations and measures written down on Post-it Notes.
In police questioning, Breivik has explained that he visited around twenty-five pharmacies about five times each purchasing between two to three kilograms (four to six pounds) of aspirin for use in the production of the bomb, costing between 15,000 to 20,000 Norwegian crowns (US$2,500-3,500).
The police believe Breivik manufactured the bomb, estimated to be 950 kilograms (2090 pounds) in size, at the farm and then drove it to Oslo in the Volkswagen Crafter which he had rented.
Police found a bomb recipe Behring Breivik farm
During searches of Asta farm in Rena, where Behring Anders Breivik clarified the bomb he used during the strike against the ministries, the police found, among them six typed sheets on both sides.
In addition, they found a handwritten sheets on both sides.
The farm was also found mathematical calculations and measurements, jotted down on post-it notes, which shall be made in connection with the bomb making process, and notes set out as a drawing and dimensions of the bomb….
Original article: Politiet fant bombeoppskrift på Behring Breiviks gård
– Brevik’s room at mother’s apartment in Oslo –
Verdens Gang (VG) has published photos showing Breivik’s room at his mother’s apartment in Oslo where he lived until May 2011, and where he planned and prepared for the 7/22 attacks. The photos are taken by the police just hours after the attacks. The military uniform that Breivik requested to wear during the first court proceedings can be seen hanging in the closet.
Here is Breivik’s bedroom
Had safe with ammunition at the bedside
In 2006, Behring moved Anders Breivik (32) back in this room in his mother’s apartment at.
Here he lived until last April, when he moved to Vålstua farm Asta to make fertilizer bomb that went off in the government building on 22 July.
The images that VG has gained access to show a seemingly messy Boy with a variety of equipment are piled up along one wall, while a desk with a desktop stand along the other wall….
Original article: Her er Breiviks gutterom
VG writes that, when the police entered Breivik’s room at his mother’s apartment in Oslo, the computer was turned on. Breivik explained to the police that he changed hard drives monthly and that “what is on the PC is what I want you to find”.
The email program, MS Outlook, which Breivik explained he used to send his compendium (“2083: A European Declaration of Independence”) to about a thousand people, was still open on the computer, as was a PDF document of the program schedule for the Labor Youth Organization (AUF) camp at Utøya. Breivik explained to the police that he was uncertain when he was going to be able to carry out the attacks, so he checked the program for several days to see which prominent figures were attending.
VG writes that Breivik had planned to get up at 3 a.m. to begin sending out the compendium, but that he was so exhausted from the evening before that that he didn’t get up until around 8 a.m.
One of the last Behring Anders Breivik (32) did before he launched the attack 22 July, was to check the schedule for the summer camp AUF’s Utøya.
When police were to secure evidence in the apartment for Breivik’s mother Skøyen 23 July was the computer in his bedroom on. Mass murderer had made no attempt to prevent the police gained access to the information.
“What is on your PC, it is I want you to find,” the mass murderer said to the police….
Original article: Breiviks PC forlatt med AUF-programmet på skjermen
Dagbladet previously reported that Breivik went to town (Oslo) around 11:00 p.m. the night before. He was observed having a drink at the upscale bar, Skaugum, a bar named after the royal private residence in Asker and a place that celebrities, finance people and royals frequent.
The night before he killed 77 people, and made himself the most hated man, the terrorist Anders Breivik Behring have been one of Oslo’s hippest nightspots – where royalty, hipsters and financial elite all have been on frequent visits.
Witnesses told Dagbladet that the mass murderer had a good time with a Bacardi Razz – a sweet, relatively weak raspberry drink with a lime slice – the bar Skaugum Thursday 21 July….
Original article: Breivik festet på kjendisbar natta før massemordet
– Evidence relating to Liberia trip in 2002 –
Dagbladet writes that the police found a raw diamond worth about 4,000 Norwegian crowns (US$700) at Breivik’s home which he said he purchased from a store in Oslo. Breivik has explained to the police that he purchased a number of inexpensive diamonds in order to back up his cover story of travelling to Liberia in 2002 to purchase diamonds. According to him, the real purpose of the trip was to meet a Serbian war hero. The police also found about 20,000 Norwegian crowns (US$3,500) in cash, an amount Breivik said he usually had at hand in case something went wrong.
In his bedroom, they found a safe with 68 shotgun cartridges.
When police searched the apartment of Behring Anders Breivik’s mother after the terrorist attacks, they found, among other things, a safe with 68 shotgun cartridges and Breivik homemade uniform inside the boy in his room.
In the house they also found a rough diamonds in a small transparent plastic box. The box was labeled “Made in Germany”….
Original article: Politiet fant cash og rådiamant i Breiviks bolig
In a safe in Breivik’s room, the police also found an old passport of Breivik’s that expired in 2008. It shows that Breivik travelled extensively to many countries among them:
• Turkey in July/August 1998
• Liberia in April 2002
• Ivory Coast in April 2002
• Malta i April 2004
• Estonia in April 2004
• Croatia in August 2004
• Belarus in March 2005
• China in July 2005
• Lithuania (the police are unsure of the date).
According to Dagbladet sources, Breivik has explained in police questioning that the trip to Liberia in 2002 was a condition for his participation in the founding meeting of the Knights Templar in London in May 2002.
The passport revealed Breivik’s world tour
In a safe at Behring Anders Breivik Boy’s mother’s house, police found two passports belonging to Anders Breivik Behring.
Breivik one passport, which expired in 2008, contains both a visa and a range of travel stamps, including from Liberia, the United States and Lithuania. The second pass is valid until 2019, however, contains no stamps.
The police have been concerned Breivik travel in recent years, partly to determine whether he could have accomplices. In this work, the police searched the passports of his depth….
Original article: Passet avslørte Breiviks verdensturne
Aftenposten writes that Breivik says that his stay in Liberia involved training and physical and psychological challenges. He has explained that he had to finance and make his way to Liberia to prove his dedication. Some of the purpose of the trip, he also says, was to be the proxy at the founding Knights Templar meeting in London for the person he was met in Liberia. Breivik has declined to say anything about whether there were other people with him in Liberia at the same time who were also under evaluation.
Posing as UNICEF employee on Africa trip
Behring Breivik should have explained that before he left he stopped by “UNICEF office” in Norway to pick up brochures. Then he made himself a “cover” which he pretended to work for the UN organization.
In April 2002, traveled Behring Breivik to Liberia through the Ivory Coast. The aim of the trip was to meet a Serb in Liberia that he should be representative of the establishment meeting of the alleged organization Knights Templar in London later that same spring.
Before this could happen he had to perform physical and mental “trials”.
In questioning the Behring Breivik said that he told the airport authorities at the landing in Ivory Coast that he was working for the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF.
He was afraid not to come into the country, but found that the cover was “unnecessary” when he could just pay the money for security guards to enter….
Original article: Utga seg for UNICEF-ansatt på Afrika-tur