Anders Breivik Planned 'Second Operation'
Anders Behring Breivik Planned Prison Break
Upon examining confessed Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Brehvik's ponderous "Knights Templar" manifesto, police have determined that Breivik had planned a second attack, which hinges upon his breaking out of prison. Norwegian journalist Ketil Stensrud provides a translation better than that of Google:
Breivik's second terrorist attack will be carried out at one of 10-20 'attractive' destinations, which, according to the manifesto, are all protected by armed police.
In addition, the 32-year-old states that prison guards, police or law personnel are required to 'look the other way' [basically ignore his crimes] in order to support the 'Knight' (Knight Templar) in his quest for creating a 'peaceful' society whereby Norwegians will not suffer or be controlled by Islam.
Anders Breivik 'Acted Alone'
Police Security Service (domestic intelligence) chief Janne Kristiansen said that Anders Breivik appears to have acted alone, despite a 1,500 manifesto claiming a hidden army of fellow true believers.
Even still, Norwegian law enforcement officials have reached out to other nations to help them research any possible ties that Berivik may have had with white-power, anti-islam, or far-right groups abroad.