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On stand, Breivik says he would kill again

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Lawyers for Anders Behring Breivik warned Norwegians would find his statement to the Court upsetting. Breivik spoke of carrying out "the most spectacular and sophisticated attack on Europe since World War II." During his statement, Breivik showed no remorse and made no admission of guilt. ITN’s Paul Davies reports.