Christin Bjelland and Trond Henry Blattman of the 22 July support group
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Relatives of Breivik's victims describe 'tough' first day

Relatives of those involved in the Utoeya massacre have said the first day of Anders Behring Breivik's trial was "tough" but they are glad it has begun.

Trond Henry Blattman, who leads the 22 July support group, told reporters about the mood in the courtroom, saying: "To feel the whole picture, that's a tough experience."

Breivik told the court he "acknowledged" the acts committed, but said he did not accept criminal responsibility.

  • 16 Apr 2012
  • From the section Europe
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