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Anders Behring Breivik (above right) and defense attorney Geir Lippestad look across the courtroom Friday at a life-size display dummy used to illustrate how and where the different victims at Utoeya Island were hit in the mass shooting July 22, 2011, for which Mr. Breivik is on trial in Oslo. He speaks with his other defense attorney Vibeke Hein Baera (top). The far-right fanatic, who has admitted to the massacre and a bombing in Oslo the same day that killed a total of 77, listened impassively Friday as as lawyers for the bereaved read emotional statements and showed pictures from the victims' lives alongside the coroner's autopsy reports. (NTB Scanpix via Associated Press)

Anders Behring Breivik (above right) and defense attorney Geir Lippestad look across the courtroom Friday at a life-size display dummy used to illustrate how and where the different victims at Utoeya Island were hit in the mass shooting July 22, 2011, for which Mr. Breivik is on trial in Oslo. He speaks with his other defense attorney Vibeke Hein Baera (top). The far-right fanatic, who has admitted to the massacre and a bombing in Oslo the same day that killed a total of 77, listened impassively Friday as as lawyers for the bereaved read emotional statements and showed pictures from the victims' lives alongside the coroner's autopsy reports. (NTB Scanpix via Associated Press)

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