Well, how's this for creepy? Admitted terrorist Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in a simultaneous bombing and spree shooting, took Norwegian authorities on a tour of Utoya—the island on which he shot 69 people to death and injured dozens more.
Breivik was reconstructing the massacre for investigators, and spent about eight hours on the island in what appears to be a kind of harness attached to a large leash. Verdens Gang, a Norwegian tabloid, took several pictures of the event, some of which appear to show Breivik mimicking holding or shooting a weapon. It sounds like a sickening trip:
Police said attack suspect Anders Behring Breivik "was not emotionally unmoved," but did not express remorse during his return to Utoya island Saturday.
"He did not express any regrets about what he had done," Police Prosecutor Pal-Fredrik Hjort Kraby told reporters.