Norway Terror Suspect Demands Army Command, Japanese Shrinks

The man suspected of murdering 77 people in Norway last month has made jailhouse demands so unusual and unrealistic his lawyer said it shows he "does not know how society works." Geir Lippestad, attorney for accused mass murderer Anders Breivik, told reporters Tuesday his client had made two lists of demands -- one for practical jailhouse items like cigarettes and clothes, and another with far more bizarre requests. Breivik has told police he can exchange information on two other terror cells...Full Story
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