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Norway / Terrorism Attacks / Breivik / A Discussion #998534

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 26, 2011
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(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) The casualties from the two attacks in Norway and the detonation of explosives held by Anders Breivik reviewed; details given about the mind of the killer who wanted to push Europe into war, his 1,500 page manifesto, his personal interests, why he became a crusader against Islam, his family relations. [Breivik's lawyer Geir LIPPESTAD†- comments on Breivik's views.] [Breivik's FATHER - {thru translator} says he wished his son had killed himself.]

(Studio: Sanjay Gupta; Oslo: Nic Robertson) The detonation of the fertilizer explosives at Breivik's farm, what the lawyer is saying about Breivik and his meticulous planning for the attacks discussed.

(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Live discussion held with Norwegian Defense Research Establishment Thomas Hegghammer about Breivik. [HEGGHAMMER - comments on lone wolf terrorism, the motives behind the attacks.]

Gupta, Sanjay;
Robertson, Nic

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