[HD] Neo-Nazi Anders Behring Breivik Pleads NOT GUILTY
Neo-Nazi Anders Behring Breivik Pleads NOT GUILTY Anders Behring Breivik , the far-Right killer who traumatized Norway by massacring 77 people, was finally forced to confront the cold reality of his crimes yesterday (Monday) when his trial opened with the first full account of his three hours and nine minutes of slaughter. The fate of his 77 victims, 67 of whom were shot in cold blood on Utoya island outside Oslo, was disclosed in remorseless detail. The self-styled "Knight Templar" was also compelled to watch searing footage of the moment that the bomb he planted exploded. Breivik sat in an Oslo court, barely 200 yards from the exact spot where his device detonated, and watched as CCTV film of the blast was shown over and over, from every angle. Bystanders were cut down in a blinding flash amid swirling clouds of debris. By the end of a sequence of images deemed too distressing for broadcast, even Breivik was visibly struggling to maintain his air of cocksure defiance. Earlier, he had given the clenched fist salute of the neo-fascist Right when he arrived in the dock. Before him lay an indictment charging him with "offences on a scale that has never previously been experienced in our country in modern times". Breivik, 33, claimed that he was struggling to save Europe from radical Islam when he detonated his car bomb outside the prime minister's office in Oslo, killing eight people on July 22 last year. He then drove to nearby Utoya island, filled with camping teenagers <b>...</b>
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