Even though police and the lawyer for Norway’s alleged terrorist Anders Behring Breivik – arrested for both a bombing in Oslo and the mass shooting of youths at a nearby island political retreat – claim the suspect has confessed to acting alone in both crimes, that hasn’t stopped authorities from investigating the possibility that others were involved.

Law enforcement officials from across Europe have begun tracking Breivik’s associates, and the arrest of six others in Oslo originally believed connected to the terrorist acts suggests police aren’t completely satisfied with Breivik’s confession.

For example, police have confirmed investigating reports from witnesses that there may have been a second shooter on the island of Utoya, where at least 84 victims were gunned down.

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