In 2011, terrorist Anders Breivik carried out a horrific killing spree in Norway. It began with a car bomb detonated outside the Norwegian Prime Minister’s Office, claiming 8 lives. Later that day, Breivik, disguised as a police officer, made his way to a youth summer camp on an island, where he indiscriminately opened fire on the attendees.

Using a mini 14 semi-automatic assault rifle and a Glock semi-automatic pistol, Breivik unleashed a barrage of gunfire, resulting in the deaths of 69 individuals and injuring 319 others. The attack sent shockwaves across Norway and the world, leaving communities devastated and forever scarred by the senseless violence.

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