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A photo made available on Feb. 8, 2012 shows Anders Behring Breivik, the gunman who killed 77 people in twin attacks on July 22, 2011, sitting handcuffed and dressed as a police officer minutes after his arrest on Utoya island.
A photograph has emerged that was taken minutes after the arrest of Anders Behring Breivik, the right-wing extremist who has admitted killing 77 people in Norway's worst peacetime massacre. He is seen sitting handcuffed in a building on Utoya island, wearing police badges that appear to have been stitched on to his clothing.
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Breivik arrives at a court hearing in Oslo on Feb. 6, 2012.
Breivik, who was detained by a police SWAT team on Utoya on July 22, 2011, told a court Monday that he deserves a medal of honor for the bloodshed and demanded to be set free.
He has admitted detonating a fertilizer bomb that killed eight people at a government building in Oslo and hours later gunning down participants at a summer camp for Labor Party youths, killing 69.
Survivors and relatives of those killed wept and ridiculed Breivik as he defended his acts by issuing a tirade against immigration in his last scheduled detention hearing before the trial starts in April.
"The way he talked, the way he smiled ... everything made me realize that no one has the same picture of the world as he does," said Helene Georgsen, 17, who survived Breivik's shooting spree.
--The Associated Press and Reuters contributed to this report
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