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Oslo : Norway | Mar 07, 2012 at 6:48 PM PST
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On 7-3, the Norwegian prosecutors said Anders Breivik Behring, the suspect caused the massacre of 77 people on 22-7-2011, was officially forced on charges of terrorism and unintentional homicide.

Prosecutors have said Breivik psychotic manifestations at the time of the murder suspect and will transfer to the mental health care required.

There has been intense debate about whether Breivik afford to face criminal or not.

Breivik accused of killing eight people during a bomb attack in Oslo, then Utoya island, he had used automatic weapons and shot dead 69 people, including many teenagers and young adults.

Breivik was not guilty of terrorism and unintentional murder despite the suspect admitted the implementation of the attack.

The trial is expected to defendants held on 16-4 and will last until 10 weeks.

May 11-2011, the prosecutor said the psychiatric experts have asserted Breivik and paranoid schizophrenia at the time of the murder, then 13 members have this interview suspects.

Breivik's lawyer, Gier Lippestad, Breivik said earlier declared that he opened fire on crowds is to safeguard and rescue the country from attack Norway's multi-national forces.

According to court documents submitted in May 2-2012, two mental health experts appointed by the court to monitor the behavior of Breivik for four weeks to collect all images of the suspect's behavior. According to the judges, this is very important in the Breivik guilty in the trial.

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