Anders Behring Breivik was the main suspect in the 22 July 2011 attacks in Norway. Breivik is a Norwegian citizen who has admitted to perpetrating Norway's biggest massacre since World War II. He was responsible for killing 77 people and injuring 300 in Oslo, Norway's capital and on Utoya Island. Image: Anders Behring Breivik found guilty of killing of 77 and injuring 300 people.Manifesto Breivik described his far-right militant ideology in a compendium of texts entitled 2083: A European Declaration of Independence, which he distributed electronically on the day of the attacks. In it he lays out his worldview, which includes Islamophobia, support of "far-right Zionism", and opposition to feminism. (see below)Fantasy LifeA master of the first-person video game, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Breivik also claimed to be an expert bomb maker, military tactician, and logistician. He also claims to have procured ingredients…
Anders Behring Breivik
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