Norway attacker seen reluctant to plead insanity
OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegian Anders Behring Breivik may oppose the idea of pleading insanity after he killed 76 people in a bombing and shooting massacre since he thinks he is the "only one who understands the truth," his lawyer told Reuters.
Geir Lippestad also said in an interview that Breivik seems to favor "a dictator" and was opposed both to multiculturalism and democracy.
(Reporting by Walter Gibbs)
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