Norway attacker returns to island, describes carnage

August 14, 2011 12:45

OSLO - Norwegian police took gunman Anders Behring Breivik back to the island of Utoeya to stage a reconstruction of his slaughter of 69 people there three weeks ago.

In one of the photographs of the visit carried by the VG newspaper, the 32-year-old confessed mass killer is shown standing in a shooting position, as if aiming a gun at someone in the water trying to swim away.

Police confirmed the visit took place on Saturday and said more details would be released at a briefing later on Sunday.

The newspaper said Breivik was guarded by armed officers and clad in a bullet-proof vest, red sweater and ankle cuffs as he led investigators around Utoeya in an eight-hour visit.

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