Breivik says psychiatric tests constituted "racism"
Anders Behring Breivik said Monday that he was subjected to racism when the court ordered him to undergo psychiatric assessments, dpa reported.
"If I had been a bearded Jihadist, there would not have been a forensic psychiatric report at all," he told his defence lawyer Geir Lippestad. "But since I am a militant nationalist, I am subjected to gross racism. They are trying to delegitimize everything I stand for."
He told Lippestad that he did not want to "test fate" by wearing a home-made uniform in court - and in front of the court-appointed psychiatrists - as he had initially desired.
"You should not test fate," Breivik said. "Outsiders can consider it (wearing a uniform) as bizarre and insane."