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The Foreigner Police reveal Breivik called twice, broke communication. Norwegian police have released the transcript of their communications with Anders Behring Breivik during his Utøya shooting spree. Details were given to the media at a press conference in Nordre-Buskerud just one day before today’s second court appearance. The transcripts of two calls consist of the mass murderer’s few attempts to talk with police during under the killings. Police allege Breivik hung up both times. “What we know so far is thatthe person who later turned out to be the perpetrator got through to police twice. The first call was directed to Nordre-Buskerud Police District at 18.01, and it was the only time he came through to us there from what we can tell,” said the district’s Police Chief, Sissel Hammer, at yesterday’s press conference.

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Police reveal Breivik called twice, broke communication

Published on Friday, 19th August, 2011 at 09:09 under the news category, by John Price and Michael Sandelson      .

Norwegian police have released the transcript of their communications with Anders Behring Breivik during his Utøya shooting spree.



Details were given to the media at a press conference in Nordre-Buskerud just one day before today’s second court appearance. The transcripts of two calls consist of the mass murderer’s few attempts to talk with police during under the killings. Police allege Breivik hung up both times.

“What we know so far is thatthe person who later turned out to be the perpetrator got through to police twice. The first call was directed to Nordre-Buskerud Police District at 18.01, and it was the only time he came through to us there from what we can tell,” said the district’s Police Chief, Sissel Hammer, at yesterday’s press conference.

P: “Police emergency line.
B: Yes, hello, my name is Commander Anders Behring Breivik of the Norwegian anti-Communist resistance movement.
P: Yes?
B: I’m on Utøya at the moment. I wish to surrender.
P: Ok, what number are you calling from?
B: I’m calling from a mobile.
P: Are you calling from your mobile?
B: Yes, This isn’t my mobile, another...
P: Another one, what is your name? Hello...hello?”

The second conversation was at 18.26, this time with Søndre Buskerud Police District where he identified himself in a similar way.

P: “Police emergency line.
B: Good day, my name is Anders Behring Breivik.
P: Yes, hello.
B: I’m Commander of the Norwegian resistance movement.
P: Yes, hello.
B: Can you transfer me to Delta’s operations leader?
P: Yes,......how do you fit in to this and what is it concerning?
B: I’m on Utøya.
P: You are on Utøya, ok.
B: I have completed my operation, so I would like to...surrender.
P: You wish to surrender, ok.
B: Yes.
P: What did you say your name was?
B: Anders Behring Breivik.
P: And you are Commander of what.....?
B: The organisation is called Knights Templar Europe, but we are members of...the anti-Communist and Norwegian resistance movement against the Islamisation of Europe and Norway.
P: Ok.
B: We have just completed and operation on behalf of Knights Templar.
P: Ok...
B: Europe and Norway.
P: Ok.
B: And in relation to that the operation is completed, so...it is acceptable to surrender to Delta.
P: You wish to surrender to Delta?
B: Can you, can you transfer me to Delta’s operations leader?
P: Yes, you are talking to someone who has some sort of, with somebody that has a kind of overall responsibility.
B: Ok, just find out what you need to do, and then ring this phone, alright?
P: Hmm, but on which number?
B: Terrific, goodbye.
P: But I don’t have the number! Hello?”

Dagbladet reports the police said they tried to call him back both times, but failed. They do not discount he could have called several other times.

“Nevertheless, these two conversations are what we have managed to identify so far,” said Police Chief Hammer, not ruling anything out at this point.

It took the police 26 minutes to arrive to the island following the second phone conversation, which politicians criticised heavily.



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Published on Friday, 19th August, 2011 at 09:09 under the news category, by John Price and Michael Sandelson      .

This post has the following tags: andersbehringbreivik, utoeyashootings, utoeyapolicelog.


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