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article imageNorway killer expressed desire for prostitutes, wine in manifesto

By Edward Xiao     Jul 26, 2011 in World
Oslo - The killer of more than 90 people in Norway planned to prepare for his rampage by drinking expensive French wine and hiring prostitutes, the manifesto he wrote showed on Monday.
Anders Behring Brevik, a Norwegian citizen and self-described right-wing extremist and Christian fundamentalist, penned a 1,500 page manifesto and instruction manual for would-be crusaders against Islam and liberals before launching his deadly rampage on a political summer camp.
According to The Province, the manifesto outlines Brevik's ideas and also includes an account of his life starting from April 2002 and ending the day before the July 22 attacks.
Among his writings are descriptions of how his house was "infested with beetles" and how he spent time "partying" before retiring to work on his bombs. Brevik also wrote of how he had been storing three bottles of expensive fine French red wine and how he wanted to "save the last flask for my last martyrdom celebration and enjoy it with the two high-class model whores I intend to rent prior to the mission," says Global Toronto.
A self-declared "crusader" on a mission to save European Christendom from Islam, Brevik is currently in police detention on an eight week extension after he was taken into custody Friday.
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