Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik (R) has his handcuffs removed inside the court room in Skien prison, March 16, 2016. / AFP / NTB Scanpix / Lise Aserud
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Mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik vowed to fight "to the death" for Nazism as he took the stand Wednesday in a lawsuit against the Norwegian state, confirming fears he would use the platform to grandstand his extremist views.Three hours were set aside for the court to hear Norway's most infamous inmate outline his prison conditions, which are considered more than comfortable by many.Breivik is serving a maximum 21-year sentence -- which can be extended if he is still considered dangerous -- for killing eight people in a bomb attack outside a government building in Oslo on July 22, 2011, and then murdering another 69 people, most of them teenagers, in a rampage at a Labor Youth camp on the island of Utoya.His shooting spree lasted an hour and 13 minutes, as he methodically stalked and killed many of the 600 up-and-coming leaders of Labor, Norway's dominant political party, which he blamed for the rise of multiculturalism.
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