Monday, February 6, 2012

Norway Killer Demands Medal at Court Hearing; Killed 77 People in Norway's Worst Massacre

The right-wing extremist -- who has admitted killing 77 people in Norway's worst peacetime massacre -- told a court today (February 6, 2012) that he deserves a medal of honor for the bloodshed and demanded to be set free, according to the Associated Press website.

Anders Behring Breivik smirked as he was led into the Oslo district court -- handcuffed and dressed in a dark suit -- for his last scheduled detention hearing before his trial begins in April.

He stretched out his arms in what his lawyer Geir Lippestad called "some kind of right-wing extremist greeting."

Reading from prepared marks, the 32-year-old Norwegian told the court that the July 22 massacre -- carried out with a bomb, a rifle, and a handgun -- was a strike against "traitors" who are embracing immigration to promote "an Islamic colonization of Norway."