Norway killer called cops to say ‘mission accomplished’July 31st, 2011 - 5:37 pm ICT by IANS
London, July 31 (IANS) Anders Breivik, the lone man arrested for killing 77 people in two terror attacks in Norway, rang up the police after the deadly massacre and said: “This is Brigadier Breivik - mission accomplished.”
The toll has risen to 77, after a body was found in the water off Utoya island a week after the bomb-and-gun rampage, The Sun reported.
Breivik’s mobile phone call to a police station came from the island.
Police said that even after gunning down the helpless victims, Breivik still had plenty of ammunition in his semi-automatic rifle and pistol.
His lawyer has said Breivik planned to hit other targets as well.
“There were several projects of different scale for that Friday,” he said. “Things happened that day, which I don’t want to go into, which meant events unfolded differently from what he had planned.”
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