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THE WEEKLY WORLD EDITION OF The Daily Telegraph AND The Sunday Telegraph
July 27 - August 2 2011 No. 1044
:: NEWS PAGES 4 & 5
Justice done Japanese killer of British teacher gets life :: NEWS P6
By Nick Meo and Harriet Alexander in Oslo and Robert Mendick A RIGHT-wing extremist who shot dead at least 86 people at a youth camp laughed, cheered and shouted “you all must die” as he sprayed the youngsters with bullets.
The full horror of Anders Behring Breivik’s killing rampage emerged last Saturday as Norway entered a period of national mourning.
The country’s prime minister said Breivik had turned a “paradise into hell”.
The 32-year-old Norwegian has admitted he perpetrated the atrocity last Friday but denied criminal responsibility, as it emerged he had left a 1,500 page manifesto of Right-wing ranting.
Breivik acted alone, police said, after some witness accounts suggested there was a second gunman.
The internet document, posted online just hours before the attack, shows his rampage had been planned for at least two years.
It is part-diary, part-bombmaking manual and partpolitical rant, in which Breivik details his Islamophobia, attacks Marxism and describes his initiation as a Knight Templar and a secret meeting in London, in April 2002, to reconstitute the Knights Templar, a Crusader military order.
His “martyrdom operation” diary, titled “2083: A European Declaration of Independence”, shows he had been preparing the operation since at least autumn 2009.
It says he was part of a small group that intended to
Images taken from a helicopter show Anders Behring Breivik (inset) stalking his victims along the shore of the island of Utoya
“seize political and military control of Western European countries and implement a cultural conservative political agenda”.
The killer set off a massive car bomb last Friday afternoon in the centre of Oslo’s political district, killing seven people. He then drove to the island of Utoya, where the youth wing of the Norwegian Labour Party was holding its summer camp, and continued his rampage.
The confirmed death toll on the island on Sunday was 86. However, police said the final total could rise to 98 as the search for missing teenagers continued.
Defence lawyer Geir Lippestad said of Breivik: “He has said that he believed the actions were atrocious, but that in his head they were necessary.” Later, a video emerged in which the killer, posing with weapons, appears to set out his motivation for the attacks, calling for the eradication of Islam and Marxism from Europe.
Breivik shot several teenagers as they tried to swim off the island to safety. Police teams were searching the water and rocky inlets looking for more corpses.
A mini-submarine was called in to help the search for bodies, along with divers.
Survivors told how they hid under bunk beds, behind rocks and in cabins as Breivik, dressed as a police officer, beckoned the youths to him, promising them safety.
Youngsters who fell for his ploy were shot in cold blood. Survivors told how they had heard people plead for mercy. Thorbjørn Vereide, 22, who ran away and hid in a cave, said: “He seemed very focused. He took his time and picked victims out one by one. People lay on the ground, and he went over them and shot them in the back. He shot them all twice to make sure they were dead.
“He kept shouting: ‘It’s safe to come out. You’ll be saved. I’m a cop.’ ”
Nicoline Bjerge Schie, 21, who cowered behind a rock, said: “I could not see the gunman but I heard him screaming and laughing and he gave several cheers.”
She watched at least five of her friends being hit by the gunman’s bullets and watched as the bodies tumbled off the rock and into the lake. Adrian Pracon, 21, who was shot in the shoulder, said from his hospital bed: “He was yelling out that he was going to kill us all and that we all must die.”
Mr Pracon played dead but
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