Mass Murderer Anders Breivik Bursts Out In Court, Compares Own ‘Trauma’ To Victims
Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik is no stranger to outbursts and his most recent in a Norway court is possibly his worst to date. The judge overseeing the killers case had to stop Anders on several occasions as he attempt to compare his trauma over his country’s immigration policies to that of his victims’ pain.
An expert was testifying to the pain felt by survivors and their families after Breivik’s 2010 terror attacks when Anders began by claiming:
“Shame they neglect the trauma of gradually being robbed of one’s ethnical culture, one’s religion and one’s people without being able to stop it.”
After his terrorist attack Breivik claimed he needed to fight to save his people from a Muslim invasion.
Judge Wenche Elizabeth Arntzen attempted to shut up Breivik on several occasions, telling him that his outburst was not part of the experts’ mandate. While Anders finished his comments people in the gallery left the courtroom in protest.
The mass murderer got in the last words before day 41 of the 43-day trial came to an end in Oslo, Norway.
Earlier in the day the focus of the trial was brought back onto the people who were affected by Anders Brievik’s July 22, 2010 terrorist attack.
Anders Behring Breivik has already admitted to the killings, telling the court he was targeting the Labour Party because it supported immigration and his young victims.
Prosecutors will deliver their closing statements on Thursday, hopefully without further interruption. The defense will close the case on Friday by asking that their client be considered of sound mind.