Breivik Case: See Pictures of the Explosion of the Government Buildings in Oslo July 22
2012-06-11 0:00

From: nrk.no


Translation by Google:

A large fireball was evicted from the place where the bomb car was in the air. The bomb was too weak to get high-rise building to race.

The bomb expert said the military Svein Olav Christensen, who testified Tuesday in the trial of Behring Anders Breivik.

Defense experts say that the cavity under the bomb had nothing to do with the extent of the damage to the building.

In the courtroom shows sivilingienřren and expert on injuries from bomb explosions from NDEA Futura photos and illustrations as he goes through terrorbombens effect.

One of the photos taken from surveillance cameras. The cameras caught fireball created by the bomb.

Deep crater: The bomb created a crater several stories deep into the garage under its ministries.

- From these images, we get a clear impression of the size of the fireball, which also gives us a clear indication of the size of the charge, could Christensen tell.

To see the slide show go here (not a translated source).

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