Norwegian Mass Killer Claims Existence of 2 Other Cells

World | April 17, 2012, Tuesday // 16:30|  views

Terror- and murder charged Anders Behring Breivik smiles in the courtroom 250 in the courthouse in Oslo, 17 April 2012. EPA/BGNES

Anders Behring Breivik, who has confessed to killing 77 people in twin attacks in Norway in July, has claimed that two other extremist cells exist in Norway.

The mass murderer explained that the term "commander", which he uses to describe himself, refers to "a person who has authority and loose ties with two other cells."

"I am a self-run and independent cell, and I am connected to two others," he told the Oslo District Court, as cited bi international media. He added that each of the other cells consisted of one person.

The murder and terror suspect began his testimony on Tuesday, the second day of his trial. He declared that he felt no remorse for his actions and that "he would do it again."

In July 2011 Breivik murdered a total of 77 people by planting a bomb in Oslo's government center and then going on a shooting rampage in a children's camp on nearby island of Utoya in July 2011.

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Tags: Anders Behring Breivik, Utoeya, Norway, court, Oslo, mass murderer, extremism, terrorism

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