THE LONE WOLF
his lawyer claims Breivik will tell the courts that he regrets not going even further.
The 33-year-old has confessed to murder but rejects a charge of terrorism, arguing that his acts are part of a war against militant Islam.
Breivik claimed membership of a secret organisation called the Knights Templar, an organisation believed to have links in Britain.
Our security source said: “This is the nightmare scenario – we cannot predict or monitor people like this.
“We know there are right-wing loons like Brevik in Britain sitting and plotting on their bedrooms. Most do nothing but occasionally they strike.
“They could be your neighbour and you’d never know until they’re on the news with a gun or a nailbomb.
“People like Derek Bird in Cumbria or Michael Ryan in Hungerford.
“This is worst case scenario stuff and all we can do is hope we react quickly enough to stop an incident turning into a disaster.”