Norway Mosque Gunman Not Cooperating With Investigators
The lawyer of the man suspected of opening fire in a mosque in Norway says his client is not cooperating with investigators.
“He is exercising his right not to be interrogated,” the lawyer said Monday. “He is not admitting any guilt.”
The suspected gunman, 21-year-old Philip Manshaus, appeared in court Monday to face charges of attempted murder and murder in connection with last Saturday’s attack outside of the capital, Oslo.
His face and neck were covered with bruises and he had two black eyes.
No one was killed at the mosque, but hours later police found the body of the gunman’s stepsister