Anders Breivik opens Oslo murder trial with clenched-fist salute, pleads not guilty
The man who carried out bomb and gun attacks in Norway last year which left 77 people dead has pleaded not guilty at the start of his trial in Oslo, where he arrived clenching his fist in a far-right salute and saying he did not recognise the authority of
April 16, 2012
(BBC NEWS) Oslo - Anders Behring Breivik attacked a youth camp organised by the governing Labour party on the island of Utoeya, after setting off a car bomb in the capital.
He told the court he "acknowledged" the acts committed, but said he did not accept criminal responsibility.
The prosecution earlier gave a detailed account of how each person was killed.
If the court decides he is criminally insane, he will be committed to psychiatric care; if he is judged to be mentally stable, he will be jailed.
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