Norway Attack: 90 minute police delay gave killer time to lure some to their deathsBY Larry Mcshane
New York Daily News
Jul. 24, 2011
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Inept Norweigan cops couldn't locate a helicopter or a boat, allowing the gunman to shoot down his victims for 90 minutes before help arrived.
By that time, the mass murderer in a police uniform had methodically slaughtered 85 victims.
The terrified victims fleeing Anders Behring Breivik ran and swam for their lives as they waited in horror for help that came too late for many, officials said yesterday.
A SWAT team dispatched to the killing field on Utoya island about 50 minutes after the first report of gunfire went by car because their helicopter wasn't on standby, said Police Chief Sveinung Sponheim.