The police launched a counter-terrorist operation while Norway mourns the dead
The agents have briefly detained six people, but have been released to prove that they had no connection with the bombings. Anders Breivik Behring has confessed the crimes and said he acted alone, but “does not support criminal liability”
While Norway pays tribute to the 93 victims killed in the twin bombings on Friday with a large funeral in the cathedral of Oslo, police have launched a counter-terrorist operation in the city, without success. Six people suspected of supplying explosives Behring Anders Breivik, author confessed to the killing have been detained briefly, until it was found that had no connection with the crimes, the massacre on the island of Utoya and the car bomb that did Bhering blow up near the headquarters of the Norwegian Government. Police are still questioning the disturbed right-wing, who has confessed to being the author of two attacks that have killed 93 people, there are also 97 wounded and several missing. Behring says, according to police, who acted alone in both the capital and the subsequent slaughter on the island of Utoya, but “does not support criminal liability,” ie, does not believe what he has done a crime.