During police questioning on Friday, Oslo terror suspect Anders Behring Breivik revealed that he had planned attacks on Norway's Royal Palace as well as Labour party headquarters.
Breivik, who admitted to the July 22 government headquarter bombing and summer camp shooting in Oslo, told investigators that logistical problems were all that stopped him from carrying out further attacks, according to Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation.
When police searched the 32 year old's house, they found over 1,000 kilograms of fertilizer, the chief ingredient of home made bombs. An estimated 1,800 kilograms were used between the explosives in downtown Oslo and the undetonated bombs on Utøya island.
Breivik also said that he would tell police about his connections to other European extremist groups if his demands were met. Breivik asked to be appointed the head of the Norwegian army and demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg and the abdication of King Harald V.
Police promptly refused to negotiate.
Norwegian police believe that Anders Behring Breivik acted alone, despite Breivik's claims in court that he was just one of many militant cells involved in the July 22 bombing and shooting in Oslo, Norway.
"We feel that the accused has fairly low credibility when it comes to this claim but none of us dare to be completely dismissive about it either," a source close to the police investigation told Reuters last week.
Breivik was, however, in contact with a number of right-wing European political parties. So far, police have discovered little more than comments on message boards, but Breivik did meet with a member of the English Defence League, a far-right party that has held a number of violent anti-Muslim demonstrations. Breivik, who portrayed himself as a British Citizen in his manifesto, has no official affiliation with the party, and EDL leader Stephen Lennon has denied ever hearing of Breivik before Friday.
In the manifesto, titled "2083: A European Declaration of Independence," Breivik gives instructions for the future knights in his army. He claims that Europe is already in the midst of a war, and he has detailed instruction and schedules for how the battles will proceed. Yet, when examined, it becomes clear that Breivik was working alone, building and fighting a conspiracy in his mind.
Breivik is currently in solitary confinement at Ila prison in the Oslo suburb of Bærum.