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He confesses to killing nearly a hundred people but the man in Norway's terrific twin attacks denying criminal responsibility.
The lawyer vendors brave fixing that 32 year old man was motivated by a desire to start a revolution in the country.
-- reportedly spent years writing a manifesto He posted online that day of the attacks.
Ranting against Muslim immigration in Europe.
One section reads quote once you decide to strike it is better to kill too many than not enough.
A powerful bomb ripped through the government headquarters in the capital also -- Friday.
And just hours later the gunman opened fire on -- youth summer camp on an island movie.
Saying -- after thirty minutes or so.
A girl behind me cry.
To a turnaround and that's when I saw that there was -- all my links -- when I realized I had been shot police.
Haven't ruled out a possible second suspect.
Yes that's that's the individuals acting you know but we have to make sure that that's meanwhile two days after the attacks the search for victims continues to instill some persons missing -- we continue to -- the -- to search -- the whole nation is mourning the loss of lives many people including the country's royal family attending memorial services Sunday.
-- will appear in court on Monday Norway has no death penalty and the maximum sentence is actually 21 years of the legal experts say there is -- way for that to be extended.
In Oslo Norway Greg Burke Fox News.
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