“Breivik was very quiet. He killed 69 people and whimpered about a small scratch on his finger. We said: Shut up! ”
Anders Snordsman, 59, a former commander of the elite police force “Delta”, describes the arrests of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik, 42. On July 22, 2011, the assassin carried out his murderous fantasy for 74 minutes on Utah Island.
He shot 69 people, most of whom were youths in summer camp. Not long ago, Breivik detonated a bomb in the government district of Oslo. Eight people lost their lives in the process.
July 22, 2011, World Pressure Day with Norway, marks the tenth anniversary.
The BILD documentary “Utah’s Horror” recreates dramatic events with exclusive films.
It describes the emotional depth of the mass murderer. Aspjorn Rashlev, 47, a criminal psychologist, spent 220 hours questioning Breivik. In the built documentary, the investigator reports on the confusing accounts of the gunman.
Even today, survivors and relatives of victims suffer from memory loss. In the documentary, Miriamingsangshak (26) talks about the dramatic seconds Breivik shot her.
“He covers the worst that happened to me. My youth was stolen from me that day.”
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