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His actions were inhumane and that of someone's reality so far removed from most peoples' , but he was clearly on a crusade of sorts. He strikes me as a very calculated individual who knew exactly what he wanted to do and then did it.
Perhaps to make sense of the killings, the media/society deals with Breivik by intially labelling him insane, so we can dismiss Breivik as someone who had a problem thus nipping it in the bud. But with this new evaluation - which defines him as sane - this opens up the reality that he was in control of his actions and could calmly go around murdering people, in full knowledge of what he was doing. Does this new ruling mean that murder can be the action of a sane person? Was Breivik just being true to his own beliefs (no matter how atrocious they were)?