Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik arrived in court for his trial today in Oslo where the court will hear Utoeya post-mortem reports and interviews with three eye-witnesses, from the island where Breivik killed 69 people in July last year.
Among those giving evidence will be the leader of the political youth group which organised the Utoeya camp.
On Utoeya, Breivik shot most of his victims several times, often using the first shot to take down his target then following up with a shot to the head. His youngest victim was 14.
Disguised as a police officer, Breivik managed to lure some of his victims out of hiding, saying help had arrived. Other victims jumped into the lake, where he shot them in the water. He later surrendered as "commander of the Norwegian resistance movement".
Breivik killed 77 people on July 22 last year. He admits carrying out a bombing in Oslo and going on a shooting rampage on Utoeya but denies criminal responsibility.
The Oslo court has decided that the testimonies of witnesses and injured will not be broadcast on television. The ban also includes the forensic expert witness statements.
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