Breivik’s ‘Impossible’ Demands

The lawyer for Anders Behring Breivik, the man who confessed to killing 77 people in a rampage on July 22, said his client has made a number of demands that are “far from the real world.” Geir Lippestad has previously said he believes his client is insane. Lippestad said Breivik has demanded the Norwegian government resign and also that Japanese specialists examine him. “It shows he doesn’t understand the situation he’s in,” Lippestad said. Meanwhile, the leader of the right-wing Progress Party insisted Tuesday that Norway still faces a serious Islamist threat and said Breivik’s ideas were “perversely unique.”