OSLO - Norwegian far-right leaders told the court trying Anders Behring Breivik on Tuesday the mass killer was right to fear his nation's "planned annihilation" by Muslims, even if his method of combating it was wrong.
Breivik killed 77 people on July 22, first detonating a car bomb outside government headquarters and killing eight, then gunning down 69 people, mostly teenagers, at the ruling Labor Party's summer camp on Utoeya Island.
He argued his victims deserved to die because they supported Muslim immigration, which he said is adulterating pure Norwegian blood.
"The constitution has been cancelled, we're at war now," Tore Tvedt, the founder of far-right group Vigrid told the court.
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