Daily Archives: July 31, 2011

Norweigan shooter Anders Behring Breivik had plastic surgery to look more Aryan: report


Anders Behring Breivik, the confessed Norweigan mass-murderer, had plastic surgery to look more Aryan, intelligence officials said Sunday. Getty

DAILY NEWS | Jul 31, 2011

BY Gabriela Resto-Montero

The blond-haired, blue-eyed shooter who killed 77 people in a Oslo rampage had plastic surgery to look more Aryan, Norweigan intelligence officials told The Sunday Times.

Anders Behring Breivik, a Norweigan right-wing extremist who decried multiculturalism in Europe in an online manifesto, had surgery to look the part of a “classic” Aryan, Janne Kristiansen, head of Norway’s intelligence agency, said to the Times.

“You do not have that Aryan look naturally in Norway,” Kristiansen said.

“Hitler would have had him on posters. He has the perfect, classic Aryan face,” she said. “He must have had a facelift.”

Breivik, 32, reportedly bragged about having plastic surgery 10 years ago to a school friend who spoke with Britain’s Daily Telegraph.

“I remember we were at a party, and he told me he had had his nose and chin operated on by a plastic surgeon in America,” the unidentified friend told the paper.

Breivik confessed to shooting 69 people at a summer camp for youth members of Norway’s ruling party July 22nd after killing eight people with a car bomb earlier that same day, cops said.

Authorities continued to investigate Breivik’s ties to far-right groups around Europe and the source of his bomb-making materials.

Anders Behring Breivik is bad, not mad, says top medical expert

metro.co.uk | Jul 31, 2011

Zionist Freemason Anders Behring Breivik

Killer Anders Breivik is unlikely to be declared legally insane in the aftermath of his massacre in Norway, according to a doctor who will decide his state of mind.

The 32-year-old’s planning was so meticulous it would be difficult to argue it was the work of a deluded madman, said Dr Tarjei Rygnestad.

The doctor, who heads the Norwegian Board of Forensic Medicine, said Breivik’s work to acquire the materials and skills needed for the July 22 attacks argued against psychosis, which is needed for an insanity defence.
Anders Behring Breivik Anders Behring Breivik (Pic: Getty)

Breivik set off a car bomb that killed eight people in Oslo, then drove north to Utoya island and gunned down 69 people – mostly the youth wing of the Labour Party.

He plotted the attacks for years and produced a 1,500-page manifesto.

‘It’s not very likely he was psychotic,’ said Dr Rygnestad, who added that psychosis sufferers are incapable of complex tasks.

‘If you have voices in your head telling you to do this and that, it will disturb everything, and driving a car is very complex,’ he said.

Dr Rygnestad’s board will review a psychiatric report, due in November, before a judge will decide if Breivik can be held criminally liable.

Breivik has admitted the facts of the case but denied guilt because he believes the massacre was necessary to purge Europe of Muslims and ‘cultural Marxists’, hinting at an insanity plea.

Nigerians face prosecution for refusing polio vaccines


A Nigerian state that has battled polio outbreaks has vowed to prosecute parents who refuse to immunise their children against the highly contagious disease, a health official said Thursday

“We have formed special surveillance teams.”

AFP | Jul 28, 2011

A Nigerian state that has battled polio outbreaks has vowed to prosecute parents who refuse to immunise their children against the highly contagious disease, a health official said Thursday.

“The government will henceforth arrest and prosecute any parent that refuses to allow health workers to vaccinate his child against child-killer diseases, particularly polio,” the permanent secretary in the Kano state health ministry, Tajudeen Gambo, told AFP.

Parents would be charged under an already existing law prohibiting someone from denying children access to health care, he said. He said the law allows for penalties of jail time or fines, but he did not know how much for either.

Gambo said the government would also prosecute vaccine providers who refuse to report recalcitrant parents to the authorities.

“We have formed special surveillance teams and directed vaccinators to report any defaulting parent to such teams, and any vaccinator that fails to do that will also be prosecuted,” he said.

Thousands of vaccinators Thursday began a four-day door-to-door immunisation campaign of six million children in the northern state as part of a renewed international polio eradication drive.

UNICEF recently expressed concern over a resurgence of polio in northern Nigeria, where 20 cases had been recorded as at last week compared to 21 cases in the whole of last year.

Kano has so far recorded five polio cases this year compared to only one case in 2010 of the potentially paralysing disease, according to the World Health Organisation.

Between 2003 and 2004, the state suspended polio immunisation for 13 months following allegations by some Muslim clerics that the vaccine was laced with substances that could render girls infertile as part of a US-led Western plot to depopulate Africa.

The suspension prompted immunisation and sensitisation campaigns by international donors, in collaboration with health officials, political leaders, traditional chiefs and clerics.

The WHO has pledged to halt polio immunisation in Nigeria by the end of the year and stamp out the virus worldwide by 2012, but international aid agencies fear that a resurgence of the virus threatens to reverse major gains.