Did Anders Breivik, the Norway massacre suspect, act alone? In court today he claimed that he was aided by an extremist organization with two cells still at large. He previously ranted about founding an militant anti-Islam group called the Knights Templar.
Breivik confessed to both the bombing in Oslo and the shooting massacre on the island of Utoya, which together are believed to have killed 76 people. But he pleaded not guilty today, because, he "believes that he needed to carry out these acts to save Norway."
Breivik hinted that he was actually acting on behalf of an organization, which is still at large: "there are two more cells in our organization" which would continue his work, Breivik told the court.
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