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Breivik: I Acted Out of 'Goodness'

The second day of Anders Behring Breivik's trial began today, and the accused Norway terrorist took the stand for what was supposed to be a 30-minute statement explaining his actions. Instead, Breivik went on for 65 minutes and was interrupted four times by a judge who asked him to shorten...
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