Norwegian killer does not consider himself insane
Norwegian mass killer Anders Breivik declared in the courtroom on Wednesday that he did not consider himself insane and was prepared to be held responsible for his actions.
He said that the psychiatrists who examined him last year and considered him insane gave the court the wrong information.
Another team of psychiatrists examined the terrorist later and decided that he could be held responsible for his actions.
Breivik blasts experts’ ‘fabrications’ to prove him insane
Anders Behring Breivik, who wants to be found accountable for his massacre of 77 people in Norway last July, on Wednesday accused a team of psychiatric experts of making things up to prove him insane.
“These are ill-willed fabrications,” Breivik said, referring to passages from a court-ordered psychiatric evaluation that concluded late last year that he was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia.
Apr 25, 2012