Norway killer Anders Behring Breivik recruited to a secret society in London – guided by an English “mentor”
Remember that the hearings was closed to the public and the media. Classic Scandinavian style – an “open society” right. The judge ordered that 32-year-old Andres Behring Breivik is to be detained without access to letters or visitors, apart from his lawyer. He’s getting four weeks in isolation. Maybe enought time to carry out more mind control experiments on Breivik.
Apparently the police knew the gunman’s name before the arrest he’s was on a intelligence watch list since March. Someone in Poland was said to be arrested, this is now being denied by Polish authorities. Questions have been raised about why it took 90 minutes for the police to reach the island Utoya. Breivik has said he was “surprised” he wasn’t stopped sooner. Shooting Survivors Convinced There Were 2 Gunmen on Norway’s Utoya Island