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Norway Massacre: I Was There 

On July 22, 2011, lone gunman Anders Behring Breivik emerges from a western Norwegian suburb to commit one of the worst terrorist atrocities in Europe since World War II. The massacre ... See full summary »

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John Maidens
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Richard Vaughn Richard Vaughn ... Narrator
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On July 22, 2011, lone gunman Anders Behring Breivik emerges from a western Norwegian suburb to commit one of the worst terrorist atrocities in Europe since World War II. The massacre starts with an explosion in Oslo and finishes with the slaughter of dozens of teenagers at a youth camp on the isolated island of Utoya. But was Breivik a lone extremist or was this attack the first warning of a world terror? Written by DSP

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22 July 2012 (UK) See more »

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OK documentary with one big flaw.
19 November 2017 | by oheggeSee all my reviews

The ferry "Thorbjørn", is represented by a very pleasure boat! In reality, the "Thorbjørn", is a former landing craft ship of 50 tons. Capable of taking vehicles as well as 50 passengers.

This ferry, the panic struck AUF-leader Eskil Pedersen, along with just a few others, used to flee the scene. They also made it unavailable for the police to use, upon their finally arriving at the scene.

The ferry is of such a big importance, that it really makes the "documentary", ridiculous, not having a similar boat representing it, or at least saying anything about the circumstances around it. By possessing the "Thorbjørn", the police Delta, would have been able to bring over both their vehicle and all their manpower.

The ferry "Thorbjørn" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Thorbj%C3%B8rn

Except for that, the documentary gives an interesting approach to the incident at Utøya. His thorough planning, and how he used his knowledge about rules and routines to trick around government security. and security rules on acquiring of potential bomb parts and chemicals.

Also the documentary focuses on the rather naive and bureaucratic, Norwegian attitude towards security around our institutions....


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