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'Mission accomplished,' Norway gunman told police

03 august 2011, 18:14
"Mission accomplished," were among the few words Anders Behring Breivik said in a call to police after he massacred 69 people on the island of Utoeya, near Oslo, AFP reports, citing a Norwegian newspaper Wednesday.

"Breivik. Commander. Involved in the anti-communist resistance against Islamisation. Mission accomplished and I will surrender to the Delta force:" were the words used by the 32-year-old rightwing extremist in his call to the police emergency number 112 on July 22, the Verdens Gang (VG) daily reported.

Behring Breivik had just gone on a nearly 80-minute shooting rampage on Utoeya, where the ruling Labour Party's youth movement was hosting a summer camp, killing 69 people and injuring dozens of others, many of them teenagers.

The call lasted only three seconds, according to VG, which added that police attempts to get the killer back on the line had failed.

"We received one call from Behring Breivik's phone, but we have not confirmed that he was the one who made the call," Oslo police spokesman Henning Holtaas meanwhile told AFP.

"We cannot confirm either what was said," he added, also refusing to comment on VG's account that police so far had been unable to locate Behring Breivik's phone on the island.

On July 22, about one hour passed from the time the first desperate messages began flooding in to police from people trapped on the island with the killer before he was arrested by special forces, called Delta, sent from Oslo about 40 kilometres (25 miles) away.

They were deployed as chaos already raged in the Norwegian capital, where Behring Breivik had an hour and a half earlier set off a car bomb outside government offices, killing eight people.

The killer has described the worst attacks on Norwegian soil since World War II as part of a "crusade" against multiculturalism and to stop a "Muslim invasion" of Europe.

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