Thursday, July 28, 2011

More evidence that Breivik was an intelligence-agency tool

"And then there's the fact that he lives on this farm which is right next to the elite military special forces complex in Norway. His father was in Norwegian special forces."

The disclosure follows the admission earlier this week that Breivik came to the attention of Norway's intelligence services in March after buying a large quantity of chemicals from a Polish company but nothing was done. It also emerged yesterday that Breivik had been an active member of an Oslo shooting club since last year.

Police have kept secret for operational reasons what is known about Breivik's exact movements in the run-up to the bombing in Oslo and shooting rampage in Utoya island that killed at least 76 people last Friday.

But Teknisk Ukeblad – an engineering publication – obtained readouts from the city's congestion charge system that registered the movements of two vehicles hired by Breivik. Norway has one of the most advanced systems of road tolls in the world, with a network of sensors and cameras around major cities.

So, the plot thickens, and my initial reaction wasn't so far off. I find it interesting that we haven't seen any video of him supposedly parking his "fertilizer bomb" in a spot where there should be surveillance camera coverage.