During testimony today, Norwegian murderer Anders Behring Breivik revealed that he had planned to bomb more than one building and to decapitate the former prime minister.
The accused killer said that the maximum of 21 years he could face in prison is "pathetic."
On his second day of testimony, Anders Behring Breivik, responsible for Norway's July 2011 terror attacks, refused to answer questions meant to shed light on how his ideology developed.
In testimony today, Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian behind the 2011 attacks, compared himself to World War II commanders who decided to bomb Japan to prevent further loss of life.
The accused killer of 77 people gave a fascist salute as he entered the court in Oslo, Norway.
Anders Breivik admitted to July 2011 attacks in Norway that killed more than 70 people, but did not take criminal responsibility for them.
The second psychiatric evaluation of Anders Behring Breivik contradicted an earlier conclusion of paranoid schizophrenia, making prison time possible for killing 77 people last summer.
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Prosecutors will seek compulsory mental care, not imprisonment, for Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian gunman responsible for last year's twin terror attacks.
Anders Behring Breivik has been formally charged in the murder of 77 people last summer.