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Norway Gunman Used Call of Duty As Training Simulation
Old 23 July 2011, 09:13   #1
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According to his personal Facebook profile, the prime suspect of 2011 Norway attacks, Anders Behring Breivik (32) was a gamer and a fan of Call of Duty, a first-person shooter video game series franchise published by Activision. Breivik's Facebook profile was already removed, but NGOHQ.com managed to take a screenshot. In addition to Call of Duty, Breivik also listed World of Warcraft as one of his favorite games.

According to Breivik's dairy, he used Call of Duty: Modern Warfare as a training simulation. "Target practise is likely going to be a problem for many people in certain countries. Consider taking a vacation to a country where you are able to train in marksmanship or join a gun club. Simulation by playing Call of Duty, Modern Warfare is a good alternative as well but you should try to get some practise with a real assault rifle (with red point optic) if possible."

"I see MW2 more as a part of my training-simulation than anything else. I've still learned to love it though and especially the multiplayer part is amazing. You can more or less completely simulate actual operations."

He also said that World of Warcraft was used as a cover for his activities. "Present a credible project/alibi to your friends, co-workers and family. Announce to your closest friends, co-workers and family that you are pursuing a project that can at least partly justify your new pattern of activities (isolation/travel) while in the planning phase.

For example, tell them that you have started to play World of Warcraft or any other online MMO game and that you wish to focus on this for the next months/year. This new project can justify isolation and people will understand somewhat why you are not answering your phone over long periods."

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He's also a conservative Christian and he likes Machiavelli's "Prince". It's kinda tragic
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Old 23 July 2011, 09:32   #3
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This is the last info i got on him

We now know where he got the explosives from. He actually bougt several hundred kg of industrial fertilizer several months ago acording to the local agricultural depot. The car that exploded has been estimated to have contained 500kg of "home brew" explosives. He may also have bought the other components needed there but it is unclear at present. He bought a farm, started a company and used this as a means to get access to these supplies and avoid unwanted attention.
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And here we go again... Yeah right it's all because of the games.
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He was also a Free Mason.
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Why no one ever notice "FREEMASONERY" as the cause of his behavior? why is it always VIDEO GAMES? this means there are millions of Psychos out there waiting to bomb people because they are gamers? Good thing there was nothing related to Gothic subculture in his profile.

Is there any reason why he did such thing?
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He's also a Christian, so that must have a connection. Whoever wrote the article should be shot for idiocy.
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Reg you above all should not be spreading this crap
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Old 23 July 2011, 15:11   #9
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I don't know why people are upset with me. I didn't accuse or blame video games for anything, I just said he was a Call of Duty fan. You jumped to conclusions on your own.

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Geez is it so hard? this guy is accused of committing a terrorist attack and your spreading the news that he was a call of duty fan, your already implying that call of duty has a game may be responsible for it
Stop trying to pretend that you don't know that
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