Anders Behring Breivik, the 32-year-old right-wing fanatic masterminded behind both the bombing and the youth camp shooting rampage in Oslo, Norway on Friday, has made his first appearance in court.
Despite his earlier statements, Breivik said that he was working with two other cells of right-wing extremists, and "he has not pleaded guilty".
According to a judge, the Norway gunman confessed to both the bombing and shooting. He justified his dreaded acts saying that it was "necessary" to take such actions to stop the "colonization" of the country by Muslims. He said the labor party must take responsibility for "driving its ideological line and keeps deconstructing Norwegian culture and mass importing Muslims". It is this "treason" for which he targeted the Labor Party, Breivik said.
According to a police report, Breivik will face terrorism charges for the fatal explosion and shooting killed 92 people that carry a prison sentence up to 21 years.
Breivik reportedly planted the bomb near Prime Minister's Office killing eight people. Then he headed to Utoeya island for the massacre of young people. He shot dead at least 84 people on the island that was hosting the annual summer camp for the youth wing of Norway's ruling Labor party.
Click on the slideshow to see the aftermath pictures of the deadly twin attacks, which, according to Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, "a national tragedy. Not since World War II has our country seen a greater crime."