The man who shot and killed countless of innocent men women and children on the tiny island of Utoeya returned there yesterday determined not to show one ounce of remorse for his heinous crimes.
Breivik was escorted back to the scene of his unforgivable crimes to assist the Norwegian police reconstruct the terrible moments the mass killer destroyed the lives of so many.
Anders Behring Breivik wearing a bulletproof vest and held in ropes pointed to the police where his savage shots were fired and went on for eight hours to describe in great detail the despicable killings on the day that not only left Norway completely numb and traumatised, but the entire world in a state of shock and horror.
The 32-year old far-right extremist Norwegian mass killer admits to deliberately causing the deaths of countless innocent people but adamantly denies any criminal guilt for his crimes.
“The suspect showed he wasn’t emotionally unaffected by being back at Utoeya but didn’t show any remorse”, said Norweigan
Prosecutor Paal-Fredrik Hjort Kraby.
Photpgraphs of the reconstruction published in Verdens Gang newspaper reported that homicidal maniac Breivik was taken by police to Utoeya at 1400 local time (noon GMT) on Saturday via the same ferry boat he would have taken on the day that he committed the murders.
Explicit photographs in the newspaper showed disturbing images of the killer standing in a firing position.
Breivik appeared in a closed court on July 25 charged under the criminal law for acts of terrorism and remanded in police custody for eight weeks, the first four weeks held in solitary confinement.