Norway Massacres Police Continue Investigation As Anders Breivik’s Requests In Prison Emerge

Anders Breivik, the 32-year-old who has confessed to killing 76 people in Norway last Friday, has made several unusual demands while in solitary confinement. He has asked for special food, access to his manifesto, permission to view the controversial website Wikileaks, as well as a laptop. During his time in solitary confinement, Breivik is not allowed access to television or newspapers or anything from the outside world. The possibility of Breivik working with accomplices “has become weaker over time”, according to police spokesman Henning Holtaas. On Thursday he said: “We have always said that we are not ruling out that others were involved and we are investigating this. It’s natural that we are checking all his communications.” Anders Breivik’s Demands While In Solitary Confinement Anders Breivik has asked for: :: Special food; :: Access to his 1500-page manifesto; :: Permission to view the controversial website Wikileaks; and :: A laptop computer.