He flashed his ID — fake, but good enough to fool the security guards at the lake. And they wave him in. “He gets out of the car and shows ID, says he’s sent there to check security, that that is purely routine in connection with the terror attack (in Oslo),” Simen Braenden Mortensen, one of the camp guards, told the daily Verdens Gang. “It all looks fine, and a boat is called and it carries him over to Utoeya. A few minutes passed, and then we heard shots,” he said. […]
“We had all gathered in the main house to talk about what had happened in Oslo,” a survivor, a 16-year-old called Hana, told the Aftenposten, an Oslo daily.
Breivik, in his policeman get-up and and now wearing earplugs, urged the people to move into the main house. “I’d like to gather everyone,” he said, according to Hana. Then, Breivik, brandishing an automatic machine gun, ran into the main house and opened fire on the crowd. [bron]