This is a short diary and sorry if it's been reported elsewhere.
The New York Times is stating that Breivik
told police what there were “two further cells in our organization,” reporters were told.
The hearing today in Oslo was held behind closed doors.
Shortly before Mr. Breivik’s arrival, the court said in a statement, “Based on information in the case, the court finds that today’s detention hearing should be held behind closed doors.”
“It is clear that there is concrete information that a public hearing with the suspect present could quickly lead to an extraordinary and very difficult situation in terms of the investigation and security,” the court said.
The clsed hearing also denied Breivik the platform he wanted to spout his twisted views.
Hedda Felin, a political scientist and human resources manager, said that giving Mr. Breivik an open platform “was more of a reward than a punishment.” He said in his manifesto that he considered killing Norway’s top journalists at their yearly meeting, she said, for not listening to him and his arguments.
“He wants an open trial to be listened to, so journalists will now write about his ideas,” Ms. Felin said. “A real punishment would be not to write about him at all.”
I guess I'm not punishing him then, but the thought there are more in his organization out there is chilling.