Anders Behring Breivik and police on the island of Utoeya
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Norway gunman returns to island for crime reconstruction

Norwegian gunman Anders Behring Breivik has been taken back to the island of Utoeya for a police reconstruction of the killing of his 69 victims there.

Mr Breivik, wearing a bulletproof vest and tethered on a rope, was seen pointing to where he had fired shots. Police later said he showed no remorse.

Mr Breivik's attacks on 22 July also killed eight in an Oslo bombing.

The 32-year-old far-right extremist admits the killings but denies any criminal guilt.

Courtesy VG TV

  • 14 Aug 2011
  • From the section Europe
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