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Terror- and murder charged Anders Behring Breivik has his handcuffs released as he arrives in the courtroom in Oslo Tuesday April 24, 2012. Confessed mass killer Anders Behring Breivik vehemently defended his sanity after a forensic panel found flaws in a psychiatric report that declared him sane in the eyes of the law. As the trial for Breivik's bomb-and-shooting rampage that killed 77 people entered its second week, Monday, the far-right fanatic told a court that he was the victim of a "racist" plot to discredit his ideology. He said no one would have questioned his sanity if he were a "bearded jihadist." (AP Photo/Fredrik Varfjell, Pool)

Norway killer Anders Behring Breivik

Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik

was jailed for a maximum term on Aug. 24 when judges declared him sane

enough to answer for the murder of 77 people last year, drawing a smirk

of triumph from the self-styled warrior against Islam.