Fascist killer murders 77 people in Norway!
As i hear am oh!! – On July 22, 2011, 35-year-old “Anders Behring Breivik,” blew up government buildings in the capital, Oslo, which killed 8 people. He immediately moved to a youth camp held by Norway’s ruling Labour Party, near island of Utoya, disguised himself with fake “Police uniform,” armed with guns, opened fire at teenagers, killing 69 and more sustained injuries.
Three years on from the massacre, His father, Jens, who lives in south-west France with second wife Wanda, 74, still cannot comprehend what his son did. he also admitted not doing enough to prevent his fascist son, carrying out the killings – “the worst ever mass murder by an individual.”
Jens separated from Anders’ mother, Wenche, when the boy was a tot, but he constantly contacted with him during most of his childhood. He dad regrets not fighting harder to win custody of Anders in a court battle with Wenche when the Anders was four. “I lost the case,” Jens says.
At that time there was no precedent for a father to gain custody of a child after a divorce. I had to accept that his mother could keep him. I think if I had fought harder, if I had taken him with me, he would definitely have been another person today.
Before the break-up, the young family lived for eight months in London during Jens’ posting at the Norwegian Embassy. He and Anders were close, but everything changed when the boy turned 16.
From that point, they were “virtual strangers” despite living near each other in Oslo. Apart from a brief phone call in 2006, there was little contact.
“In that phone call he told Tom Parry of Mirror:
I’m doing well, I have my own company with two employees’, I recall when i had the impression he was very successful. That was the last time I heard from him.
Posted on October 13, 2014, in crime, Europe, latest news, Terrorism and tagged Anders Behring Breivik, bomb, Christ Embassy, custody, divorce, Fascist killer, father and son, government buildings, London, murder, Norway, Oslo, phone call, virtual strangers. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.