Protesters bang on suspected attacker car in Oslo

By REUTERS
July 25, 2011 14:51

 
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OSLO - Protesters shouting "bloody traitor" banged on a car arriving at a court house in Oslo on Monday, believing it held the man who has admitted killing at least 93 people, witnesses said.

The car, a dark blue Volvo, continued on its way after police intervened. One young protester said that the suspect, Anders Behring Breivik, was apparently sitting in the back seat flanked by police officers.

"Everyone here wants him dead," one of the three or four people banging on the car told reporters. He did not give his name.

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