SICKOS’ LETTERS PRAISE NUTTER ANDERS BREIVIK
ABOVE: Confessed mass murderer Anders Breivik Some say they have been inspired by him and have become more extreme as a result of seeing his actions
Jail ?psychiatrist Terje T?rrissen
22nd April 2012 By John Ward
MASS murderer Anders Breivik has received letters of support from sicko fans in the UK.
The Norwegian racist, who ?slaughtered 77 people last summer, has had more than 100 messages from warped well-wishers around the globe.
Several of his penpals said they were ??inspired? by the far-right nut.
Breivik, 33, has been so overwhelmed by the volume of notes that he has been unable to reply to them all.
Knut Bjarkeid, director of the Norway?s Ila Prison, which has been holding Breivik for the past nine months, confirmed the killer received letters every day.
And in a psychological report, jail ?psychiatrist Terje T?rrissen revealed they had been sent from Britain, Sweden, Russia and Germany, among others.
He said: ?These letters are full of support and they contain the same political views held by the defendant. There are political cronies who have written. they use the same language and terminology as him.
?Some say they have been inspired by him and have become more extreme as a result of seeing his actions.?
T?rrissen quoted Breivik as saying: ?I welcome these letters from people who share the same opinion and with whom I can work together in the future.?
Breivik, who has shown no remorse for killing eight people in an Oslo car bombing before posing as a policeman and gunning down 69 more on the island of Ut?ya, is on trial in the Norwegian capital.
During the third day of the hearing, ?Breivik refused to answer questions about his links to other militant nationalists and his supposed Knights Templar network.
The case is being screened on television and there are fears it is inspiring other ?far-right activists in the UK and around the world.
The killer has spoken of his links to UK groups and claimed a meeting in ?London with a Brit called ?Richard the ?Lionheart? laid the foundations for his ?rampage.
Breivik had been in regular contact with members of the anti- Islam group the English Defence League and has 600 EDL members as ?Facebook friends.
UK security services have taken these British links ?extremely seriously? and there are concerns a UK supporter of Breivik could carry out a copycat killing spree here.
One American fan of the disturbed ?murderer has even admitted it is a ?dream? to meet Breivik. Kevin Forts, 23, from Worcester, Massachusetts, revealed he had been in contact with his jailed hero.
In a letter Breivik sent to Forts, he writes: ?I have received letters from supporters in 20 countries but you appear to be someone who can write well.
?Yes, I am absolutely interested in discussing ideological issues with you and am thinking about how we can work together.?
Defending Breivik, Forts said: ?I can represent the views of Breivik that have otherwise been demonised by the mass media.
?He?s fighting against cultural Marxism and the Islamisation of Norway and he found that the most ?rational way to accomplish that was through terrorist ?actions on Ut?ya and in Oslo.
?I believe it demonstrates a sense of nationalism and a moral conscience.?
Terrorism expert Anders Romarheim believes Fort?s comments breach US terror law.