A 500-page report released by the team investigating the death of 77 persons in a terrorist attack carried out on 22nd of July 2011 by Norwegianhas said that Breivik could have been stopped and the lives of the 77 persons could have been saved.
This has been reported in nzherald.co.nz of dated 14th of August 2012.
The report was that of an independent 10-member commission set up by Prime Ministerand it has criticized the way the situation had been handled by both the police and government – the police should have reacted much faster.
It may be recalled that Breivik had first set off a car bomb in Oslo in which 8 persons died.
He then moved on to the island of Utoeya, northwest of the capital, where he gunned down 69 young men and women, mostly teenagers – the killing went on for more than an hour.
They had assembled for a summer camp which had been hosted by the youth organization of the governing Labour Party.
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