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The defence has started its closing arguments on the last day of the 10-week trial of confessed Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik.
defence lawyer Geir Lippestad told Oslo district court that his client admits that he carried out the bombing and-shooting attacks that killed 77 people on July 22 the way they have been presented in court.
He says the fact that “little, safe Norway would be hit by such a terror attack is almost impossible to understand.”
Lippestad says that may explain why psychiatric experts reached different conclusions about Breivik's mental state.
The defence lawyer is expected to use Friday's closing arguments at Oslo district court to rebut the prosecution's assertion that the self-described anti-Muslim militant should be declared insane and sent to a mental institution. - Sapa-AP