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Breivik terror charge proposals dispatched. Amongst reports police lack vital information on some of Anders Behring Breivik’s movements before his attacks, prosecutors Svein Holden and Inga Bejer Engh have sent recommendations for charges to Attorney General Tor-Aksel Busch. The indictment against Breivik will not be released in full until the end of February or in March. It is still unknown how the charges will be presented, whether each will be listed separately, or whether they will be brought together. Meanwhile, Aftenposten reports terror investigators had to wait over a week for vital information on Breivik’s emails and phone records between 14 and 22 April 2011, amongst other periods.

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Breivik terror charge proposals dispatched

Published on Thursday, 23rd February, 2012 at 09:26 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson and Lyndsey Smith      .

Amongst reports police lack vital information on some of Anders Behring Breivik’s movements before his attacks, prosecutors Svein Holden and Inga Bejer Engh have sent recommendations for charges to Attorney General Tor-Aksel Busch.

Police guard Oslo Breivik court session
Police guard Oslo Breivik court session
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The indictment against Breivik will not be released in full until the end of February or in March. It is still unknown how the charges will be presented, whether each will be listed separately, or whether they will be brought together.

Meanwhile, Aftenposten reports terror investigators had to wait over a week for vital information on Breivik’s emails and phone records between 14 and 22 April 2011, amongst other periods.

Communications providers are bound to delete stored IP address information after three weeks under Norwegian law. This may change following the recent introduction of the EU Data Retention Directive.

“We should have got telephone traffic further back in time than that, ideally-speaking, but are using other sources to determine his activities,” police prosecutor Pål-Fredrik Hjort Kraby tells Aftenposten.

He confirms they are interested in GPS and mobile traffic to chart his movements, saying, “But we are confident we have other and adequate sources regarding the points where we do not [possess the information].”

Breivik’s trial is set to begin on 16th April and is expected to last around ten weeks. He is likely to be permitted a full week to give evidence.



Published on Thursday, 23rd February, 2012 at 09:26 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson and Lyndsey Smith      .

This post has the following tags: andersbehringbreivikterrortrial, breivikclues.





  
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