Breivik had no accomplices: Police
OSLO Norwegian police said on Wednesday they had ruled out that Anders Behring Breivik had accomplices when he killed 77 people last year, rejecting his claim to be part of a network prepared to strike again.
"We feel sure of this conclusion: no evidence in this case suggests any physical or psychological accomplices,” Oslo police chief Kenneth Wilberg told the Oslo district court on the 27th day of the right-wing extremist’s trial.
Breivik has insisted to police and in the 1,500-page ideological manifesto he posted online shortly before carrying out his twin attacks on July 22 that he was part of a pan-European organisation, the Knights Templar, established in London in 2002 to protect Europe from multiculturalism and a pending "Muslim invasion”. (...)