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Anders Breivik: “It’s hard not to shoot him” – News Abroad

This Thursday, 10 years ago, on July 22, 2011, the Norwegian right-wing terrorist Anders Breivik (then 32) killed a total of 77 people.

Bildt moved back to Utah with Anders Snorthimesmoin, 63, then head of the Delta division. There he reports on the operation – and the moment that determined the life and death of the killer.

From today on BILD.de – Exclusive Documentary “Horror of Utah”

You can watch the big built documentary on Built Live from 11am this morning: “The Horror of Utah”.

Reporters recreate Breivik’s assassination in exclusive footage. Relatives of the victims describe the dramatic times, showing how the commander of the “Delta” unit that stopped Breivik and his men became gunmen.

Investigative expert Asbjorn Rashlev, 46, interrogated Breivik for 220 hours and obtained several secrets from him. In the documentary he gives insights into the chaotic world of a right-wing extremist assassin.

Snorthimesmoyan: “22 people came to the island, armed with pistols, submachine guns and sniper rifles. We accepted three to five Assamese. “

6:25 pm: Breivik shot dozens of people, mostly young people. The island is still under fire. The special unit follows the shooting – and finds corpses everywhere.


Former Delta Commander Anders Snorthimesmoen (63) recreates the scene as they stop BreivikPhoto: Built


Built reporters Peter Hell and Annika Rash (left to right) with Anders Snordeimesmoyen in Utah

Built reporters Peter Hell and Annika Rash (left to right) with Anders Snordeimesmoyen in UtahPhoto: Built

Delta boss Snorthimesmoen: “It’s hard to believe so many deaths. My men later told me that they believed it would stop because they saw more victims on the island. Many of the youths tried to hide behind a small pumping station. But there they are not likely to run. When Breivik got here he shot everyone.

6:33 pm: The elite police come to the island school. They put Breivik in a small forest behind him. He has the gun ready.

Snorthysmoyan: “He had his finger on the trigger. My group shouted at him and ordered him to stop immediately, raise his arms and drop. He then made a movement to the right and put his gun to the tree.

Breivik walked slowly towards the police officers and put his hands down.


Paramedics care for injured youth on the mainland from Utah

Paramedics care for injured youth on the mainland from UtahPhoto: AFP


Breivik enters Udaya at 5:17 pm.  The first shots were fired at 5:21 p.m.  He begins his rage.  The death campaign will last 74 minutes

Breivik enters Udaya at 5:17 pm. The first shots were fired at 5:21 p.m. He begins his rage. The death campaign will last 74 minutesPhoto: Action Magazine

Snordeimesmoyen: “We thought he was wearing an explosives suit. Our man Breivik above was in his view. He had already determined a certain line for himself. If Breivik had violated it, he would have been shot in the head. But then Breivik stopped and lay on the floor. He was only one step away from being killed. “

The Delta commander thinks for a moment and then says: “It is very difficult not to shoot him. But he surrendered. “


Red dots indicate the locations of bodies found on the island (67 died).  Two later died at the hospital.  Breivik stops at 6:35 pm (yellow dot)

Red dots indicate the locations of bodies found on the island (67 died). Two later died at the hospital. Breivik stops at 6:35 pm (yellow dot)Photo: Image TV

The cables hanging in Breivik’s suit belong to his headphones. Elite policeman Snordeimesmoyen: “He must have been listening to music when he killed.”

When the Delta unit arrests him, the mass murderer Anders Breivik shows only one reaction: he complains of a minor injury to one finger.

He does not care about the dead.

It happened on the day of the murder

On July 22, 2011, Anders Behring Breivik (later 32) emailed his confusing, right-wing extremist statement to exactly 1002 recipients at 12.24pm.

It is called “2083 – A European Declaration of Independence”.

3:17 pm.: Breivik parked his VW van in front of a government building in the Norwegian capital Oslo. Inside is a self-made 950 kg bomb.

3:27 pm.: The explosive device explodes, wreaking havoc on the state district. Eight people die. The killer escapes.


Aides are taking care of the injured after a bomb blast in front of a government building in Oslo

Aides are taking care of the injured after a bomb blast in front of a government building in OsloPhoto: REUTERS

4:55 pm: Breivik arrives on a boat bound for Utah. He is wearing a police uniform and holds an assault rifle and a clock pistol. He says he wants to protect the youth on the island.

5:17 pm: Breivik comes to Udaya.

5:21 p.m. Breivik was the first to shoot Monica Posey, 45, who was organizing holiday camps on the island. His assassination procession begins. He kills young people mainly from a summer camp run by a socialist youth organization, which he considers to be the enemies of the people.

6:25 pm: The first delta units land on the island.

6:35 pm: Breivik is shocked by the elite police officers.

6.45 pm: First rescue workers arrive. Police found 67 bodies and two died at the hospital.

Norwegian elite division

The official name of the special unit is “Beretskopstrapan”.

It consists of 100 men, founded in 1976 and specializes in counter-terrorism operations and hostage rescue.


Anders Snortheimsmon, 2011 Commander of the Delta Division

Anders Snortheimsmon, 2011 Commander of the Delta DivisionPhoto: OLE-MARTIN GRAV / VG

Delta police officers are training in conjunction with the German GSG9.

Among them is MP. Anders was head of the Delta division from 2003 to 2014.

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