Norwegian murderer begins listening in Nazi salute
The far-right radical, Breivik, killed 77 people in July 2011 in Norway’s worst peacetime atrocities. He killed eight people in Oslo with a car bomb and shot 69 people in a Labor youth camp. With his head down and in a dark suit, Brevik made a white extremist sign with his fingers before raising his right arm in a Nazi salute, showing the far-right ideology when he entered court. It said, “Stop your slaughter against our white country” and “Nazi civil war.” He was later told to stop displaying them as the prosecution presented the cases. Judge Doug Byorvik shook his head several times when the prosecution filed a proceeding. .Breivik addresses in court late Tuesday. His lawyer, Oeystein Storrvik, said Breivik intended to ultimately secure his release.