Asked whether the 33-year-old extremist had fallen for a “Nigerian internet scam”, Prosecutor Svein Holden said that this was what he believed.
Breivik maintains that he visited the troubled African country in May 2001 to attend a terror training course and meet a “Serbian crusader and war hero”, who he then represented at the founding meeting of the Knights Templar in London, on 30 May 2001, directly after Liberia trip.
Mr Sather said that police believe this meeting is a fantasy constructed by Breivik later, perhaps after 2006, when he appears to have undergone some kind of breakdown.
“We find nothing that can substantiate that Knights Templar exist in the form that Breivik said, and we believe that there are other motives for his journeys,” he said.
Apparently this “Christian fundamentalist” thing is not really correct since he describes himself as “a non-religious person, but still one that acknowledges and respects the impact of Judeo-Christian thinking on Western culture.” His ‘thing’ seems to be the Knights Templar?