Norwegian police to question Brits in terror probe
OSLO, Norway (AP) — Norwegian police say they will question several British citizens in their search for potential accomplices of confessed mass killer Anders Behring Breivik.
Prosecutor Paal-Fredrik Hjort Kraby says the names of other Britons came up when police questioned British anti-Muslim blogger Paul Ray last week.
Hjort Kraby says they will be questioned shortly in Norway or in Britain.
Breivik was questioned again Wednesday about the Oslo bombing and shooting spree on July 22 in which he killed 77 people.
Hjort Kraby says the questioning was focused on Breivik's anti-immigration manifesto, his alleged links to a group called the Knights Templar and potential ties to Britain.
He says police have no evidence that Breivik had any accomplices, but don't rule out the possibility.