Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian suspect for Friday's bomb and gun attacks killing at least 93 people, published a 1,500-page text manifesto on the Internet and uploaded a 12 minute video on YouTube, hours before the attack.

According to a Reuters report, Norwegian discussion website, www.freak.no, had a link to the anti-Islam crusader's manifesto which was published under the title, "2083 - A European Declaration of Independence." 

 

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Picture of Anders Behring Breivik taken from the 1,500 page book which he claims is the manifesto. Credit: REUTERS

 

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Manifesto screen grab. Credit: National Post/REUTERS
"Manifesto

Manifesto screen grab. Credit: National Post/Reuters

 

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Manifesto screen grab. Credit: National Post/Reuters

 

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Manifesto screen grab. Credit: National Post/Reuters

 

The video originally posted by Breivik has been taken down by YouTube, but a YouTube user has re-uploaded video with a description, acknowledging the same.