1. Extremist

    Breivik: I Learned From al Qaeda

    Right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik stands handcuffed in front of a police officer as he arrives in room 250 of the central court in Oslo in Oslo on April 19, 2012. The trial against Anders Behring Breivik charged with committing "acts of terror" when he slaughtered 77 people in twin attacks in July 2011 that shook the tranquil Scandinavian country to its core got under way Monday, 16 April. AFP PHOTO / DANIEL SANNUM LAUTEN (Photo credit should read DANIEL SANNUM LAUTEN/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik said he read case studies of al Qaeda attacks before he went on a shooting rampage that killed 77 last July, he told the court Friday during day five of his sensational public trial in Oslo. Breivik said he went on the Internet to read about terrorism attacks and went through more than 600 bomb-making guides. Breivik said he is a "nice person" who trained himself to stamp out all emotions so he could carry out the attacks.

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