By Patrick Henningsen
21st Century Wire
July 26, 2011
Following the Norway Massacre this past weekend, the background story on gunman Anders Breivik is slowly being pieced together.
It has been reported that his father, Jens Breivik is currently being protected by police and gendarmerie, including French Foreign Legion guards around his luxurious villa in the village of Cournanel, in the Aude region near the Pyrenees in south-west France.
Speculation has been rife regarding the family of Anders Breivik. According to recent French reports, the father turned up in France, officially in 1995.
Neighbors in his village of 600 inhabitants “never saw him and didn’t know he existed”. Some reports say he is married and lives with a wife or female companion, others say he lives alone.
To date, were details were given on what the father did, or does as a profession or occupation. He was simply described as “retired”.
In a broadcast discussion Sunday by the Norwegian newspaper Verdens Gang, Jens Breivik was said to be “in a state of the shock”.
According to the interview, the retired Norwegian ex-pat had not seen his son since years and only discovered his involvement in Friday’s massacre while reading newspapers on internet.
According to the discussion, he had no relations with his son since 1995, and said that his son went to the USA when the family broke up in Norway during the 1980’s. Following last week’s tragic event the father vowed never to return to Norway.
It is reported that Jens Breivik was an economist for the Norwegian embassy in London. He had already been married and had three children when he met Anders’s natural mother, Ms Wenche Behring, a nurse living in the city with her own daughter from a previous relationship. Within a year of Anders’s birth, in February 1979, the couple had split. Jens Breivik remained in London and Anders’s mother then moved back to Oslo with Anders and his elder half-sister.
Anders’s natural mother later married a Norwegian army major and settled in Oslo. Jens went on to married a fellow embassy worker, Tove Overmo, later moving to Paris.
More details about his family background can be found in the recent Guardian report here.
According to the father, Anders was “a very ordinary boy”, and that when he lived with his son “he was always secretive”.
Breivik also stated that his wish was that his son “should have committed suicide”.
Local government official in Carcassonne, Antoine Leroy, indicated to AFP reporters that the policemen have been located there since Sunday, as a preventive measure.
“There should be no indication to think that there is the least threat against the father, this is preventative measure only. There were rumors of a search of his villa, but this is not true”, declared the french prosecutor.
If military officers belonging to the Foreign Legion were seen Sunday in front of the villa, but this was because the one of them was working as translator, indicated prosecutor Leroy yesterday.
French police foresee a long-term presence to oversee the approaches to the house of the father, set away in this quiet town of 600 inhabitants.
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