Breivik May Have Filmed Massacre

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Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik (L), the man accused of a killing spree and bomb attack in Norway, sits in the rear of a vehicle as he is transported in a police convoy as he is leaving the courthouse in Oslo July 25, 2011. A judge ordered eight weeks detention on Monday for Breivik who has admitted a bombing and shooting massacre that killed about 90 people and who claimed in court to have two more groups of collaborators. Custody, in line with prosecutors' request, will allow them to investigate the case against Breivik, 32, an anti-Islamic zealot who has previously claimed sole responsibility for Friday's attacks. The custody can be extended.

Anders Breivik, the man who has admitted to killing 69 people on the Norwegian island Utoya, may have filmed the shooting. A police lawyer says Breivik referred to filming the massacre, and in his manifesto he mentioned wanting to send footage to news outlets. Police found hundreds of computers, cameras, and phones on the island, but haven’t determined whether any of them belonged to Breivik.