The man who confessed to killing nearly 100 people in the Norway terror attack plans to explain his actions in court today—"in uniform," reports the BBC. But his attorney doesn't know what kind of uniform Anders Behring Breivik hopes to wear, reports AP. Though Breivik had requested an open hearing, an Oslo district court judge decided to hold the arraignment behind closed doors. "It is clear that there is concrete information that a public hearing with the suspect present could quickly lead to an extraordinary and very difficult situation in terms of the investigation and security," said the court in a statement.
Breivik has said the attack was "gruesome but necessary." He "wished to attack society and the structure of society," he told defense attorney Geir Lippestad. While he has confessed to the killings, he is not accepting criminal responsibility for his actions.