Skip to comments.Breivik Planned Palace Attack
Posted on 07/30/2011 3:24:00 PM PDT by bjorn14
The confessed perpetrator of the Oslo and Utøya attacks, Anders Behring Breivik, planned to attack the royal palace and the Labour Partys headquarters in central Oslo as well as other locations that would hit the government, the Norwegian police have revealed. The palace was one of Breivik's other potential targets. Newspaper VG reports that Breivik confirmed his plans during questioning by the police. The police, speaking through spokesperson Pål-Fredrik Hjort Kraby, believe that the palace was a symbolic target and that Breivik had no intention of killing any individual that could be found at the royal residence.
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Still, isn't he kind of like a rolling accident ready to happen?
What's missing in Norwegian jurisprudence is the right of the individual at large to be free of becoming a target for one of these nut cases.
Just what, other than "the name of the people", is it the Norwegians use to justify a prosecution? Could it be "the comfort of the perp"?
This will get stranger before it begins to make any sense.
Thanks for the link.
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