Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian who killed 77 people in July he appeared before the Court in a hearing. He tried to talk to relatives of their victims, but the judges prevented.
The perpetrator of the massacre issued statements in a court located just two blocks from where detonated a bomb before killing shot 69 young people in a youth camp of the labour party. In addition, he rejected the court examining his case.
"I'm a military commander in the movement of resistance of Norway and the Templar Knights of Norway". "As to the jurisdiction (of the Court), the rejection because you received its mandate from organizations that they support the ideology of hatred (and) supporting multiculturalism", Breivik said.
"I recognize the acts, but I plead not guilty," he added. The massacre shook a nation known for having an open, with peace and relative prosperity society, initiating a debate on immigration and security standards.
While out of court a group of protesters held a poster that said "There should be a platform for fascists talk", Breivik attempted to go to the survivors and the families of the victims, but the Court denied the request.
The audience was the first opportunity for the press, the tragedy survivors and relatives of the victims heard Breivik, for 32 years, public speaking.
The appointment, stipulated under Norwegian law to keep a suspect in detention prior to trial, was the fourth in Breivik and, as expected, the Court decided to keep him in custody. Possibly it will remain in jail until the start of his trial, which could start in the first half of 2012.
About 120 people were allowed to enter the Court, while hundreds of others were admitted to nearby offices equipped with cameras showing the process.