Oslo: Norway`s security service PST says it
had no way of uncovering the murderous plot of the "solo
terrorist" behind the bomb and shooting massacre last July.
PST chief Roger Berg expressed regret Friday that the
domestic intelligence agency wasn`t able to prevent the
attacks that killed 77 people but said "we would have needed a
tip" to do so.
Berg called the confessed attacker, Anders Behring Breivik, "a solo terrorist, with a special view of reality and
a strong will to act."
Breivik claims he is a modern-day crusader fighting a
Muslim colonization of Norway. Investigators say he secretly
plotted the attacks alone.
PST`s evaluation came a day after police admitted they
could have responded faster to the youth camp shooting that
left 69 dead.