OSLO, Norway - With a rambling monologue depicting Norway's worst peacetime massacre as a necessary evil, confessed mass killer Anders Behring Breivik got the last word as his 10-week trial ended Friday amid conflicting claims about his sanity.
Relatives of his 77 victims said they hope it's the last they hear of him.
"For me this is not about whether he's mentally competent or not," said Unni Espeland, whose daughter, Andrine, 16, was killed in Breivik's shooting attack. "For me this is about him never being let out again."
Since the self-styled anti-Muslim fanatic admitted to the twin attacks on July 22 - a car bomb in downtown Oslo, followed by the shooting at the governing Labor Party's youth camp - his sanity was the key issue to be resolved in the trial.