Breivik's list. Among the 30 goals is a "Royal Palace"

Breivik's list. Among the 30 goals is a "Royal Palace"

Oslo : Norway | Feb 20, 2012 at 9:31 PM PST
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Police van threatened the victim going to Royal Palace in winter in Oslo


Perpetrator of the assassination in Oslo in July, and the massacre at the island Utoya Behring Anders Breivik told police that he had a "death index" of 12 names of the Norwegian "traitors" and his "Plan A" assumed the attack on 30 objects, including the royal palace and seat of Amnesty International.

Breivik also said that his initial plan was the attacks on leading politicians and organizations that accused have been an allowed the Muslims to "colonize" Norway.

The British journal "The Telegraph" wrote that according to the documents, which won the Norwegian newspaper "Verdens Gang", Breivik made ​​their lists of terrorist purposes, divided into categories "A", "B" and "C".

12-page list A contains the names of "traitors" who may have been a killed. At its head was a former prime minister, Gro Harlem Brundtland social-democrat.

Police also show evidence that Breivik was planning to attack the royal palace, the seat of the Labour Party and Amnesty International, as well as 15 organizations dealing with refugees.

The massacre on the island

July 22 last year, Breivik bomb at a government building in Oslo, with the result that eight people have been a killed. Then he went to the island Utoya, where shooting at random to the participants of the youth camp of the ruling Labour Party, killed 69 people, mostly young people.

Breivik confessed to the crime, but does not believe that he has committed a crime, and explained that he wanted to stop multiculturalism and the "Muslim invasion". His problem has been a set to begin April 16.

Two psychiatrists, who last year studied Breivik, recognized him as a person insane. February 10 in Oslo court ordered to carry out a second psychiatric examination Breivik. It will be a held against the will of the accused. Diagnosis of two independent experts as the reason Breivik, have an expected at April 10.

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Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people, arrives at a court hearing in Oslo
Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people, arrives at a court hearing in Oslo
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