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There was no remorse and no admission of criminal culpability. Anders Behring Breivik gave a defiant, closed-fist salute as he walked into the court room on the first day of his trial for 77 murders. He's accused of killing office workers and shoppers when he set off a bomb in Oslo and of the slaughter of students and youth leaders in a massacre at a nearby political youth camp last July. He admits the killings but not his guilt. ITN’s Damon Green reports.