Oslo Police have confirmed they have gained access to a number of videos showing Anders Behring Breivik minutes before the car bomb exploded.
The material gathers scenes before the government’s building was bombed, roads in and outside the city that were being supervised at the time. Police will need a few weeks to analyze the videos careful, reports Aftenposten.
According to several key police sources, it appears Breivik “had good control” of his movements in the government’s quarter just before the car exploded.
Police investigators are hoping they will establish Breivik’s terrorist movements following detailed analysis of the videos.
After Breivik’s arrest, specialists began securing all the electronic evidence to social media, not mentioning whether they know the identity of the 1003 online contacts the manifesto was sent to one and a half hours before the attacks.
“We are still working around the clock to ensure we capture his activity on social media and elsewhere on the Internet, including online forums”, Mr. Odd Reidar Humlegård, of the Central Police Crime unit, explained to Aftenposten.
A British spokesman from the Metropolitan Police also told the newspaper they are engaged in “background research” regarding the potential links in the UK, but did not say whether the names on the list are individuals known to the British police from the past or whether they are linked to the English Defence League (EDL).
Although Breivik strongly sympathized with the EDL’s stated anti-Islamic aims, the organization has repeatedly denied he was involved with them at all. Nevertheless, Breivik’s manifesto mentions that he had almost 600 EDL members as friends on Facebook.
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