Anders Behring Breivik Got Ammo from U.S.

| by Mark Berman Opposing Views

Alleged Norway mass-murder Anders Behring Breivik claims he bought part of his arsenal in the United States.

According to a report in the New York Daily News, Breivik reportedly made the admission in his 1,500 page manifesto:

Had to buy through a smaller US supplier (who again ordered from other suppliers) as most suppliers have export limitations… I envy our European American brothers as the gun laws in  Europe sucks ass in comparison.

Breivik didn’t say who sold him the 10 30-round magazines for his assault rifle. The ammunition is illegal in Norway. But New York Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, who became an anti-gun advocate after her husband was killed in a 1993 mass shooting, said it is just another example of lax U.S. gun laws.

"The easy availability of high-capacity ammo magazines in the U.S. has once again helped enable a large-scale massacre," said McCarthy. "This is another tragic example of our lack of commonsense gun laws failing us with deadly consequences."