Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik has returned to the stand, dismissing the findings of a psychiatric evaluation of him as “ill-willed fabrications.”
Breivik told the court on Wednesday that the report was fabricated and aimed to portray him as irrational and unintelligent.
"These are ill-willed fabrications. It is not me who is described in that report," Breivik said, referring to the report that categorized him as a paranoid schizophrenic.
A second psychiatric examination has found Breivik to be sane. Breivik wants to be found sane and accountable for his actions so that his anti-Islam ideology will be taken seriously.
He has already said that being sentenced to closed psychiatric care would be "worse than death."
The judges will consider both reports before determining whether he should be sent to jail or a psychiatric institution. The terrorist himself has argued he should either be put to death or acquitted.
Breivik faces terrorism and premeditated murder charges for detonating a bomb in the center of the Norwegian capital, Oslo, last July and a shooting spree at the governing Labor Party's annual youth camp on Utoya in which 77 people were killed.
If found sane, Breivik faces a maximum 21-year sentence, but sentences can be prolonged indefinitely for inmates deemed to pose a danger to Norwegian society. Similar rules apply in psychiatric care.
The July 2011 incident was Norway's worst peacetime massacre since World War II.