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Tyrifjorden lake in Hole municipality, in the county of Buskerud, Norway. Labour Party, which utoya PDF an annual summer camp there. The island is operated commercially by Utøya AS.


Le 22 juillet 2011 à quarante kilomètres d’Oslo (Norvège), un homme de 32 ans est arrêté sur l’île d’Utøya, à 18h34. Il vient d’assassiner 77 personnes.

Rapports de police, dossier judiciaire, écrits intimes du meurtrier, témoignages de proches, d’experts, de survivants… Laurent Obertone a mené la première enquête d’investigation sur la vie d’Anders Breivik pour livrer, jusqu’aux expressions même des protagonistes, le récit électrique et impitoyable du plus grand massacre de masse contemporain. Depuis le cerveau du tueur norvégien, il lève le voile sur l’intimité et la fabrication mentale du bourreau, jusqu’aux heures sanglantes de l’été 2011.

« Il nous faut louer le travail titanesque de Laurent Obertone et la minutie exceptionnelle qu’il a développée pour reconstituer le parcours authentique d’Anders Breivik et des drames d’Utøya, jusque dans ses moindres détails.» Stéphane Bourgoin.

The island is largely forested, with some open spaces. A small pier on the east side of the island is used to ferry people to and from Utøykaia on the mainland. The island was a croft until purchased by Jens Bratlie in 1893. Bratlie used the property as a summer residence until 1933 when it was purchased by Trade Union Confederation.

The island was given as a commemorative gift by Oslo Trade Union Confederation on 28 August 1950, and it has hosted several political organizations’ summer camps. On 22 July 2011, a mass shooting took place at the AUF’s summer youth camp, where 650 young people were staying. Anders Behring Breivik arrived alone on Utøya dressed as a police officer and told those on the island that he was there for security reasons following the explosions in Oslo which took place a few hours before. After the attack, several donations were given to AUF for the restoration of the island. Utøya has been the source of disagreements among the victims and family of the attacks. While AUF’s planned to rebuild and return to Utøya, others wanted to leave the island as a memorial to the dead.

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