The mass murderer didn’t kill for an ideology, but to become someone famous. The TT just came across this article in the Iltasanomat describing his hearing after spending the last few weeks in solitary confinement since his arrest. Check out this eye opener:

Breivik was heard in a closed session on Friday. There was a strong police guard. Breivik would have liked to arrived on the scene dressed in a tuxedo, but the court did not give permission.

Again, Dr.Michael Welner explains:


  1. Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, who massacred 77 people in Oslo and Utøya in the 2011_Norway_attacks on July 22nd 2011 states both in his so-called “manifesto” and on the facebook account he created for media use, that “Dexter”(the TV series about a mass murderer) is his idol and that he finds the tv series hilarious. Dexter and Breivik both had a manifesto! Wonder why the leftist blogs cannot make the connection? Similar age males seeking the approval of a father figure? Setting themselves up as judge and executioner?

    Real life murder 1

    Connections have been suggested between Dexter and an ongoing murder charge against Mark Twitchell of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. On December 3, 2008, Twitchell pleaded not guilty to the charge of first-degree murder of 38-year-old John Altinger, whose remains were found in June 2010. Twitchell filmed footage for a production of House of Cards (entirely unrelated to the British production of the same name), a horror-romance similar in tone to Dexter,[32] in which he allegedly murdered Altinger. Det. Mark Anstey of the Edmonton Police Service was quoted as saying, “We have a lot of information to suggest he definitely idolizes Dexter.” In the summer of 2008, Twitchell had posted a series of ominous Facebook statuses in which he “believed he had a lot in common with Dexter Morgan”.[33][34] On July 24, 2009, Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Michell Crighton refused to grant Twitchell bail. He was previously represented by Edmonton defense lawyer David Cunningham, but as of March 2010 Charles B. Davison has taken over the case. Crown prosecutors Avril Herron and Lawrence Van Dyke are prosecuting him. The ABC newsmagazine show 20/20 researched the case in Edmonton during the summer of 2009 for upcoming coverage of the case,[35][36] but due to the legal issues of Twitchell’s trial, there is a temporary publication ban.[37]

    Real life murder 2

    In November 2009, Andrew Conley, 17, was arrested in Rising Sun, Indiana, in connection with the death of his 10-year-old brother, Conner. In an affidavit filed in Ohio County court, police said that Andrew told investigators that he identified with the character. “Andrew stated that he watches a show called ‘Dexter’ on Showtime, about a serial killer,” prosecutors said in an affidavit. “He stated, ‘I feel just like him.'”[38] Conley is now serving life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.
    Real life murder 3
    On February 3rd 2010 outside Oslo, Norway 26 year old Faiza Ashraf was abducted by Håvard Nyfløt, 27 while she was on her way to work. Shamrez Khan, 29 had approached Nyfløt at the gas station where the 27 year old worked and asked him to abduct Ashraf for NOK 100 000 (USD 20 000 approx.).[39] Nyfløt has testified to being obsessed with television series Dexter at the time, and therefore identified Khan as “a vermin that it was his responsibility to put to sleep”.[40] Nyfløt’s defence attorney showed the court clips from the tv series where Dexter kills a man by cutting his throat and hanging him upside down to let him bleed to death. According to Håvard Nyfløt, he planned to use this method to kill Shamrez Khan while Faiza Ashraf was watching.[41] Nyfløt followed Dexter’s mode of operation and was listening to the series soundtrack while committing the crime.[42] Faiza Ashraf was choked to death by a combination of plastic strips and silver tape put on her by Nyfløt to keep her tied down while they were waiting for Khan to show up.[43]
    Real life murder 4
    Just after midnight on November 5th 2010, the 21 year old Swedish “Dexter woman” or “Dexter murderer” stabbed her stepfather (49) to death in Stockholm, Sweden.[44] The two had shared a meal together at a nearby hotel, and were caught on tape by the hotel security cameras at 00:43 giving each other a goodnight hug. Shortly after, the stepfather’s dead body was found 280 meters away. In the 21 year old’s house police found a 20 cm long dagger with the stepfather’s DNA on it, as well as diaries where the 21 year old compared herself to Dexter Morgan and described how she had been wanting to kill her entire family for several years.[45]

    Real life murder 5

    In April 2011, engaged couple, Maartens van der Merwe, 24, and Chané van Heerden, 20, were arrested in Welkom, South Africa, in connection with the death of 24-year-old Michael van Eck. Michael van Eck was lured to a graveyard by van Heerden after meeting her on Facebook.[46] When Michael van Eck arrived at the graveyard he was ambushed and stabbed to death by the couple. Michael van Eck was reported missing the next day and upon investigation, van Heerden and van der Merwe were identified as prime suspects. The two suspects were arrested only a week later and did not deny any of the claims. Michael van Eck’s torso was found, buried in a shallow grave in the graveyard where they met. His head, right arm, and left foot had been chopped off. The police later found van Eck’s skinned head on the couple’s property, as well as his set of ears stored in an air-tight container in their fridge. Although the murder was first linked to Satanism, the police later uncovered that the couple was openly referring to each other as “Dexter” and “Lumen”. The parents of the couple stated that the couple had a big love for the television series Dexter, and often quoted and impersonated the characters. Family members stated that “the couple’s relationship was a reflection of the deadly and gruesome relationship between Dexter Morgan and Lumen Pierce.”[47] Police are currently investigating the link between the murder and the television series “Dexter”. The trial has been postponed to November 21 because the court is awaiting the results of van der Merwe’s psychiatric report.[48]

  2. :42 his lawyer says “I can’t describe him. He’s not like anyone else.”

    That is a common reaction to people with schizotypal personality disorder, often a prescurser to full blown schizophrenia. They are often described as being extremely odd and eccentric in speech and general manner. Unlike schizophrenics they speak and behave rationally but in an odd way and have odd beliefs.

    People with this disorder often have one parent with schizophrenia. They often degenerate into full blown schizophrenia. Breivik notes in his “manifesto” that he noticed a decline in his mental state.

    Of course this does not mean that he is not also narcissistic. However narcissists require constant positive reinforcement. It seems that Breivic expected a lot of negative reaction from his act and did not expect to be treated like a hero. Though of course he may think some will laud him and that he will eventually be thought of as a hero. And he clearly thinks himself a hero.

    Narcissists insult and put down everyone because they have low self esteme. He definatly has extremely low self esteme but he both denounces and expresses admiration for others in his “manifesto”. There is much more subtlety to this so I am not using it as an arguement for or against him being a narcissist. I am pointing it out so others can think about it for themselves.

  3. The above statment is not intended to mean I think he is eligible for an insanity defence. Schizotypal personality disorder is not the same thing as schizophrenia – in which ones perceptions and cognition are disordered. His were not, and his judgment was sound – criminal but sound. Weather he belongs in a prison or an institution for the criminally insane is something for experts to decide.

    People with SDO can have violent psychotic episodes BUT this attack had been planned out for years in advance and was not a random psychotic break.

  4. One of the problems we have in the modern world is that we have been taught that evil doesn’t really exist, bull this man is evil and he should be executed to protect the world from his ever getting out.

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