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Breivik trial Day 16: Artists and asylum seeker amongst the deceased. On day 16 of the trial of Anders Behring Breivik, Oslo District Court heard details from the autopsy reports of 12 further victims of the shootings on Utøya on 22nd July 2011. Coroner Per Hoff-Olsen began with Isabel Victoria Green Sogn (17) from Oslo. Isabel had joined Labour Party Youth (AUF) in 2010. Sogn was leader of Stover AUF. She was doing well at school and loved music. Her body was found in the Bolshevika area of the island with three bullet wounds. She died of bullet wounds to the head. Karar Mustada Qasim (19) had come to Norway alone as a 16-year-old asylum seeker from Iraq and lived in the Vestby district of Akershus. He was a school pupil, worked part time, and was a member of AUF. His body was found in the Bolshevika area; he had been shot four times, and died of bullet wounds to the chest.

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Breivik trial Day 16: Artists and asylum seeker amongst the deceased

Published on Friday, 11th May, 2012 at 10:36 under the news category, by Ben McPherson.

On day 16 of the trial of Anders Behring Breivik, Oslo District Court heard details from the autopsy reports of 12 further victims of the shootings on Utøya on 22nd July 2011.

Courtroom 250, Oslo District Court
Courtroom 250, Oslo District Court
Photo: ©2012 Michael Sandelson/The Foreigner


Coroner Per Hoff-Olsen began with Isabel Victoria Green Sogn (17) from Oslo. Isabel had joined Labour Party Youth (AUF) in 2010. Sogn was leader of Stover AUF. She was doing well at school and loved music. Her body was found in the Bolshevika area of the island with three bullet wounds. She died of bullet wounds to the head.

Karar Mustada Qasim (19) had come to Norway alone as a 16-year-old asylum seeker from Iraq and lived in the Vestby district of Akershus. He was a school pupil, worked part time, and was a member of AUF. His body was found in the Bolshevika area; he had been shot four times, and died of bullet wounds to the chest.

Carina Borgund (18) was a pupil of Oslo Handelsgymnasium and a committee member of AUF Oslo, where she was actively engaged in improving leisure activities for young people. She was planning to move to England. Her body was found in the Bolshevika area. She had been shot three times, and died of bullet wounds to the head and chest.

The next victims were found in the area around the pumping station, where 14 people lost their lives.

Tina Sukuvara (18) was leader of Vadsø AUF and was on the Labour Party's candidate list in Vadsø. She was an apprentice, and was studying to become a children's and youth worker. She had been shot once in the head and died from that injury.

Ruth Benedichte Vatndal Nilsen (15) from Tønsberg was to have begun studies in craft and design at Færder upper secondary school. She planned to become a computer game designer. She had been shot once in the abdomen, and died from that injury.

Henrik Rasmussen (18) from Melbu was the financial secretary of Hadsel AUF. He was also on the local Labour Party's candidate list. Rasmussen was a pupil at Hadsel upper secondary school. He had been shot three times and died from wounds to the head and chest.

Espen Jørgensen (17) had just been elected leader of Bodø AUF. He went to upper secondary school in Bodø and was about to begin studies in health and social studies. Jørgensen had been shot four times, and died of bullet wounds to the chest and abdomen.

Pamela Porntip Ardam (21) grew up in Kristiansand but lived in Oslo. She was active in Oslo AUF and was at the Utøya summer camp for the first time. She had been shot three times, and died of bullet wounds to the head.

Thomas Margido Antonsen (16) from Oslo had just finished at Bjøråsen middle school in Romsås, and was a member of Grorud AUF. He was a keen bandy player, and was to have become a scoutmaster. Antonsen was shot twice and died of bullet wounds to the head and throat.

Ismail Haij Ahmed (19) was a dancer and entertainer from Hamar, and was better known under the name Isma Brown from the television show Norske Talenter (Norway's Got Talent). He had come to Norway as a refugee in 2003. Ismael had been shot once in the head and died from that wound.

Fredrik Lund Schjetne (16) was an apprentice chef and was active in Eidsvoll AUF. He was also a red belt in Taekwondo and was an training assistant at Romerike Budo Centre. He had been shot once in the head and died from that wound.

Hanne Kristine Fridtun (20) from Stryn was the county leader of AUF in Sogn og Fordane. She was studying to be a nurse and had a summer job at a nursing home in Stryn. She was also a keen violinist. Her body was found next to the pumping station.She had been shot three times and died of bullet wounds to the head and chest.

Three further witnesses also gave testimony: Janne Hovland who was at the rock tent, Lars Henrik Rytter Øberg who was at the Pump House, and Muhammed Abdulrahman Muhammed who was at Stoltenberget/Bolshevika.



Published on Friday, 11th May, 2012 at 10:36 under the news category, by Ben McPherson.

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





  
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