The Norwegian man who killed at least 93 people in a bomb attack and shooting rampage bought chemical fertilizer from a Polish company in an entirely legal exchange, the Polish Internal Security Agency (ABW) said July 25, Reuters reported. The deputy head of the ABW, Pawel Bialek, said the materials purchased in Poland were not critical for the construction of the bomb. Relatedly, a Polish man has been apprehended in Poland for being a potential accomplice to bomber Anders Behring Breivik, Sofia news agency reported July 25, citing Dagbladet. The Polish man, who is based in Warsaw, owns a company that distributes chemicals and is suspected of assisting Breivik in the preparation of the bomb attack in Oslo on July 22. The suspect will be held in police custody for 48 hours.
July 25, 2011