Archive for March 6th, 2012
The police questioning of Anders Behring Brevik continues in parallel with the psychiatric observations of him at Ila Prison, reports Dagbladet. According to Dagbladet, Breivik met with police for more than ten hours of questioning on Thursday last week.
Dagbladet writes that trips abroad, money transfers, and the organization, Knights Templar, were topics in the police questioning this week. According to Dagbladet, Breivik has explained to the police that other people have been invovled, but that he will not reveal who they are.
“He does not want to explain himself about others. He does not want to say anything about who he has met and he does not want to confirm what countries he has been to before the police present documentation. He says he does not want to contribute with information that can lead to other people being arrested,” one of Breivik’s lawyers, Tord Jordet, said to Dagbladet.
For ten hours the police questioned Anders Behring Breivik about large sums of money paid out to unknown persons abroad.
There is talk of several large money transfers, said defender Tord Jordet Dagbladet.
Police have previously denied that Breivik has held assistants. Yet they are very concerned about who it is who has got the big money transfers.
“One of the transactions was more than 40 000 dollars. Some of the transfers have been made between overseas accounts he has disposed of, to make it difficult to track where the money came from, and to give him access to money without being subject to tax. Other transfers are made directly to other people,” said Jordet….
Original article: Grillet Breivik om mystiske dollar