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Breivik trial Day 14: The autopsy details continue. On day 14 of the trial of Anders Behring Breivik, Oslo District Court heard from Åshild Vege of the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (FHI). She gave details of the last two autopsy reports of those killed in the café building, as well as details of those killed on the path known as Kjærlighetsstien, or Lovers' Path. As before, Breivik showed little emotion as he heard of twelve young people who met violent ends. Ida Beathe Rogne (17) was a pupil at Lena upper secondary school in Oppland county, near the middle of Norway.

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Breivik trial Day 14: The autopsy details continue

Published on Tuesday, 8th May, 2012 at 20:22 under the news category, by Ben McPherson.

On day 14 of the trial of Anders Behring Breivik, Oslo District Court heard from Åshild Vege of the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (FHI). She gave details of the last two autopsy reports of those killed in the café building, as well as details of those killed on the path known as Kjærlighetsstien, or Lovers' Path.

Flowers outside Oslo District Courthouse
Flowers outside Oslo District Courthouse
Photo: ©2012 Geetika Nautiyal/The Foreigner


As before, Breivik showed little emotion as he heard of twelve young people who met violent ends.

Ida Beathe Rogne (17) was a pupil at Lena upper secondary school in Oppland county, near the middle of Norway.

She represented the school at the European Youth Conference 2010 in Italy. She had recently joined the Labour Party Youth Movement (AUF) and the summer camp on Utøya was the first event she had taken part in. She was found in the large hall of the café building on Utøya, and died from bullet wounds to her head and throat.

Aleksander Aas Eriksen (16) was a member of Stjørdal AUF and leader of the Stjørdal Red Cross Youth Group. He was a pupil at Ole Vig upper secondary school. Aleksander's body was found in the corridor inside the little hall in the café building. He had been shot six times and died of bullet wounds to the head.

Medical expert Åshild Vege then turned her attention to victims whose bodies were found on Kjærlighetsstien.

Eva Kathinka Lütken (17) was a committee member of Sarpsborg AUF and went to St Olav upper secondary school in Sarpsborg, where she was an active cheerleader, and planned to study in the United States. She had been shot twice and died of bullet wounds to the head.

Tore Eikeland (21) was leader of Hordaland AUF, a member of European Youth of Norway, and a writer for skrivekollektivet.com. 2011 was his fifth consecutive summer camp, and he had taken part in many Utøya seminars over the years. He had been shot once, and died of a bullet wound to the head.

Tarald Kuven Mjelde (18) was deputy leader of Hordaland AUF and North Hordaland AUF. He was a pupil at Bergen Handelsgymnasium, where he was leader of the school's European Youth group. He and Tore Eikeland were posthumously named Europeans of the Year 2012 by European Youth. Mjelde had been hit by five bullets, and died of his wounds.

Maria Maagerø Johannesen (17) was a pupil at Greveskogen upper secondary school and a member of the Papirteatret theatre group in Tønsberg. She had been shot three times and died of bullet wounds to the head.

Monica Iselin Didriksen (18) was an active member of both Sund AUF and Refugee Norge, and a pupil at Bergen Cathedral School. She was taking part in the Utøya summer camp for the fourth year running. Monica's body was found by the path. She had been shot at least twice, and died of bullet wounds to her head and throat.

Åsta Sofie Helland Dahl (16) was a member of Vadsø AUF, and a pupil at Trondarnes Folk High Schol in Harstad. Åsta Sofie had a place to study design and craftsmanship at Kabelvåg. Her body was also found by the path; she had been shot three times and died of bullet wounds to the head.

Anders Kristiansen (18) was founder and leader of Bardu AUF and leader of the Troms branch of Ungdommens fylkesråd, the youth county council, where his passions were living conditions for young people and an active engagement in regional policy. He had been shot twice and died of bullet wounds to the head.

Bano Abobakar Rashid (18) was an active member of Nesodden AUF and a candidate for the municipal elections. A few hours before shots were fired on Utøya, TV2 interviewed her about conditions on the island. Her body was found on the path with two bullet wounds. She died from wounds to the head.

Andreas Edvardsen (18) was a committee member in Sarpsborg AUF and responsible for social issues for AUF Østfold. He had just finished his final year at St Olav upper secondary school, and was planning to train as a teacher. He had been shot three times and died of bullet wounds to the head.

Silje Stamneshagen (18) was due to start her third year at Askøy upper secondary school, where she played in the school marching band. She was actively engaged in the AUF, with a special interest in climate policy. She had been shot twice, and died of bullet wounds to the head.

As well as 12 more autopsy reports, Oslo District Court will hear testimony from three witnesses who survived the Utøya massacre:

Tonja Brenna, AUF general secretary who was at both the campsite and Kjærlighetsstien, Oddvar Hansen, who drove one of the boats which picked up survivors from the water, and Bjørn Magnus Jacobsen Ihler, who was in contact with two of the young boys on the island.



Published on Tuesday, 8th May, 2012 at 20:22 under the news category, by Ben McPherson.

This post has the following tags: andersbehringbreivik, breiviktrialoslo, oslodistrictcourt, utoeyashootings, utoya.





  
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