NORWAY MAN KILLS 76
(ABOVE: Anders Behring Breivik has been detained and charged for the deadliest attack by a lone gunman anywhere in modern times.)
JULY 24, 2011 NORWAY
NORWEGIAN KILLS 76 PEOPLE
Anders Behring Breivik a 32-year-old Norwegian and self-described Right-Wing Christian had been blogging about multiculturalism, Muslims, and immigration ruining his country.
Breivik had Twittered July 17th a quote from 19th century John Stuart Mill: "One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100,000 who have only interests."
Utoeya, a small wooded island, just NW of Oslo, Breivik began his assault.
The island is home to a Labour Party youth camp and at the time it was packed with children and young adults.
Out of nowhere, he opens fire, killing 68 people.
Simultaneously, fertilizer bombs he prepared detonate near Government Buildings in Oslo killing 8 more people.
Breivik, lived in a 4 story red-brick in Oslo with his mother, enjoyed hunting, political and stock analysis, playing Warcraft and Call of Duty and is owner of an organic farming company called Geofarm.
It is believed that he used his organic farming company to attain the fertilizer to make home-made explosives.