THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Anders Behring Breivik had a death-list of 12 Norwegian "traitors" and his "Plan A" was to attack 30 targets including Norway's Royal Palace and the HQ of Amnesty International, according to leaked police documents.
The right-wing Norwegian extremist, who has admitted killing 77 people in bomb and gun attacks last year, told police that his initial plans included senior politicians and organisations he blamed for allowing Muslims to "colonise" Norway.
On 22 July 2011, Breivik set off a car bomb outside the government's headquarters in Oslo and then travelled, dressed as a police officer, to Utoya island, outside the capital, where he opened fire on a Labour Party youth camp.
It has now emerged that his attack, the worst peacetime massacre in Norway's history, was a scaled down version of his original plans.
According to documents leaked to the Verdens Gang newspaper, Breivik had death and hit-lists divided into categories of importance, A, B, and C, as legitimate targets for his terror attacks. » | Monday, February 20, 2012