Killer Breivik wants to spread ever more radical Nazi ideology: Norway

  Reuters 
SKIEN, Norway (Reuters) - Mass killer Anders Behring Breivik wants to spread his ever more radical Nazi-style ideology, Norway's attorney general said on Wednesday in defending Breivik's near-isolation in jail after a court ruled the conditions breached his rights.
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