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Anders Behring Breivik has received letters of support and encouragement reports Norwegian newspaper, Verdens Gang (VG). Breivik is held in a high-security section of Ila Prison and all correspondence is read by prison personnel. VG has gained access to copies of some of the letters and has published anonymized excerpts.
One Norwegian citizen currently living in Lithuania wrote: “The Polish guy probably will probably fix a helicopter in the large excercize enclosure in a couple of years when things have calmed down and Brazil for you!” The writer also states that he met Breivik in a pub in Oslo in 2002.
Another letter Breivik received over Christmas contained only six blank pages numbered with Roman numerals one to six (I-VI).
VG also writes that Breivik has reportedly received two undated letters from a pseudonymous author calling himself “The Architect”:
“Hi Anders! Thank you for a well conducted operation, but it is of course sad that you are where you are now. The whole group greets you and thank you for the strike against the communist rule”. The letter also contained a brief note to the police: “Letter and envelope are free from fingerprints and DNA. We are not stupid.”
From the second letter:
“Hi Anders. Here is a small greeting from the group. Both you and we know you are not psychotic, but a fully aware person that sacrified yourself for the cause. We will always stand by you and you shall not lack anything.”
At the bottom of the page is written: “With Norwegian combat greeting. The Architect.”
Google translation [edited for clarity]:
Encouraged Breivik with escape plan
In two other undated letters from a group calling itself “The Architect” Breivik is praised for the terror attacks on 22 July:
“Hi Anders! Thanks for the well conducted operation, but it is of course sad that you are where you are now. The whole group greets you and thank you for the strike against the communist rule”, the sender writes.
In addition, it is claimed that the mass murderer will never be lacking anything.
The stamp shall have been from Norway, but was unreadable. The sender shall have taken care [not] leaving fingerprints and DNA, something the person also made the police aware of. “Letter and envelope are free of fingerprints and DNA. We are not stupid.”
In the second letter from the unknown group there was only one A4 sheet.
“Hi Anders. Here is a small greeeting from the group. Both you and we know that you are not psychotic, but a fully aware person who sacrificed yourself for the cause. We will always stand with you and you shall not be lacking anything.”
At the bottom of the page it says.
“With Norwegian combat greeting. The Architect.”…
Original article: Oppmuntret Breivik med rømningsplan
Since January when communication restrictions at Ila Prison (Ila Fengsel) were lifted, Anders Behring Breivik has received many letters from private individuals, one of Breivik’s lawyers, Vibeke Hein Bæra, told NRK. Several of these have responded to communication from Breivik, she explained. Bæra told NRK that Breivik is primariy interested in corresponding with people who share his ideology.
Bæra also told NRK that Breivik spends much time thinking about to what degree his ideas, and particularly those communicated in his manifest, have taken root in society. She also says that Breivik is very focused on prioritizing his time. Lately he has received access to a copy of his manifest and several thousand pages of police documents.
Google translation [edited for clarity]:
Anders Behring Breivik (33) writes a letter with several people who share his ideology. The terrorist is concerned about his so-called manifesto has taken root in society.
After letters and visits controls were lifted in January, Breivik received numerous letters from individuals in the cell, confirming the defender Vibeke Hein Bæra.
Several have also responded directly to requests from the terror suspect 33-year-old, said the lawyer told NRK.
“He is primarily concerned with writing letters to what he defines as like-minded, and that shares his ideology. He receives many letters in prison, both from like-mind and other types of inquiries. They [the letter writers] do not support [his] actions, but there are many [of them] who share his ideology. Some of these people have written back to him,” said Bæra.
She does not rule out that some of the people Breivik have contact with may be relevant as witnesses at trial….
Original article: “Breivik brevveksler med meningsfeller”
Related post: Breivik intends to begin sending letters
Anders Behring Breivik’s lawyer, Geir Lippestad, says to Dagbladet that Breivik intends to start writing and sending letters. Responding to Dagbladet, Lippestad says Breivik will most likely write to people and organizations that have similar views to his own. He has received correspondence from people saying that they share his opinions and he wishes to answer them. Vibeke Hein Bæra, one of Breivik’s lawyers, says that most of the correspondence and money he has received has come from abroad.
Police cancel Monday letter and visit control Breivik. The 32-year-old will then have access to stamps and will now send the letter himself.
“He has said he wants to send letters. He has not done it yet, but he has stamps and he has said he will do it….”
As Dagbladet wrote Wednesday, the police have stopped less than ten letters sent to Breivik. The control is stopped now, but the prison will take over responsibility. The same applies to visits….
Original article: - Breivik vil sende brev til meningsfeller
Related article: Breivik’s correspondence/visitor restrictions to be lifted
The Norwegian newspaper, Verdens Gang (VG), reports that, when searching the farm Anders Behring Breivik rented during the months leading up to the attacks, the police found a Swedish GSM SIM Card inside a USB modem attached to Breivik’s computer. The owner of the subscription is a Swedish woman who, in a police interview, said she is puzzled by the situiation. She has explained that she began to experience problems with her USB modem in 2010. Swedish experts say the SIM card may have been cloned.
Found Swedish sim card in Breivik pc
In Anders Behring Breivik’s mobile broadband, police found a foreign sim card. The owner is a Swedish mother of two.
VG has reported that the woman at the end of November was questioned by Swedish police. On behalf of their Norwegian counterparts, they wanted answers to how a sim card registered in her name could end up in the computer that the police seized during searches of Breivik’s farm in Asta.
The Sim card was placed in a so-called USB stick that slipped into the USB input on the PC to get internet access….
Police Attorney Pål-Fredrik Hjort Kraby in the Oslo Police Department say he does not want to comment.
“It is so detailed that I can not comment on it in the interests of the investigation,” he told VG.
He says police are still working to review Breivik’s computer and several hard drives.
The Swedish woman living in the Stockholm area has stated that she bought a PC with mobile broadband that she would use in a vacation cabin in the north of Sweden.
VG has been in contact with the woman. When asked if she could answer questions about her mobile broadband she answered briefly, “I can not say anything.”
Original article: Fant svensk sim-kort i Breiviks pc