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Mass-muderer, Anders Breivik – whom killed dozens of people in Norway over the weekend – has claimed that two other terrorism threats are apparent.

After stating that he is aware that he will “die in jail”, Breivik warned the world that there are other “fanatics” that are ready to take up where he left off.

The killer explained his actions by labelling them as an “anti-Muslim revolution attempt”, which were an attack against the Labour Party of Norway.

Currently, investigations of a 2002 meeting between far-right extremists, and Brievik himself, are being taken out to cut remaining threats of “terror cells”.

It was later discovered that Breivik was under the influence of copious amounts of steroids and speed, as he slaughtered his victims.

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