Terrorist-accused Anders Behring Breivik does not think that the pain he caused to the victims or their friends and families on July 22 will ever affect him. Breivik was questioned in court Wednesday about his reaction towards the autopsy reports that were presented the day before, or lack thereof. Although he says he felt something when the details were read to him, he will not let it affect him.
"What I have done goes against human nature. There are hardly words to describe the suffering and pain that I have inflicted on all the victims and their families," Breivik said. - But if I let it affect me, I wouldn't survive, he told lawyer Siv Hallgren.
He explained that he has spent several years preparing and looking at photos to help him arm himself mentally for the results of his actions. He also chose to look at all the photos from the investigation of the victims and their bodies.
When asked if he has a vulnerable side to him, Breivik confirms that he does, but that only one of his friends knows what it is. However, he did admit to having said to the police that "man's biggest fear is not to be loved, and I guess that's also mine."
- Have you felt loved? Asked Hallgren. "Yes, before, up until July 22." Breivik replied.
Wednesday session in court also included the presentation of the four remaining autopsy reports of the people who died in the government quarter. Three of the people who were hurt in the explosion testified.
Until Monday the trial will continue to focus on the explosion in Oslo, including testimonials from survivors and victims.
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