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Security chief: Norway attacks work of lone wolf

The head of Norway's Police Security Service says the right-wing extremist who shocked Norway with a bombing and youth camp massacre appears to be a sociopathic lone-wolf who kept his diabolic plans to himself for more than a decade.

world Updated: Jul 28, 2011 20:43 IST

The head of Norway's Police Security Service says the right-wing extremist who shocked Norway with a bombing and youth camp massacre appears to be a sociopathic lone-wolf who kept his diabolic plans to himself for more than a decade.

Janne Kristiansen tells The Associated Press that the case is unique and that the 32-year-old Anders Behring Breivik "is total evil."

She says there is so far no information supporting the Norwegian's claims that he's part of a militant network and that there other cells ready to strike. Kristiansen says Breivik doesn't appear to have shared his murderous plot with anyone, and lived a lawful and moderate life before the twin attacks on July 22, that killed 76 people.