Marianne Bremnes

Julie Bremnes told his mother that he warned the police and hid after a rock. Her mother warned her that the man who fired was in uniform. The Norwegian newspaper VG has published the messages that were exchanged. One of the teenagers who was on the Norwegian island of Utoya contacted mother through several mobile messages during the massacre perpetrated by Anders Breivik, as he unveiled the VG newspaper, which has published the transcript of the SMS. The girl, Julie Bremnes, requested its progenitor that he warned the police and escaped killer getting into the sea, like many of his classmates.

Until the next day, according to the Norwegian newspaper, he was not aware of the magnitude of the attack nor the number of dead. This is the translation of the beginning of the conversation between Julie (J) and Marianne Bremnes (M): J: MOM, you have to tell the police giving haste. People are dying! M: I’m on it, Julie. The police are on the way. Do you dare to call me? J: J: don’t tell to the Police that there’s a madman running and shooting people. The 16-year-old girl hid after a rock and her mother asked her to write him every five minutes to know that was fine. The first message sent to the 17.10?, at 18.15, Julie explained to his mother that the police had come to the island and it warned him: which trips has police uniform beware!.

He also explained that all means were making echo of the attack and that it was following everything on the television. Don’t move, said Marianne to her daughter, who did not dare to come out of his hiding place because I heard shots continuously. Shortly after 19 h 00 and after verifying how the helicopter was looking for people who had thrown water, Marianne wrote the following message to Julie: now do have it. Source of the news: A survivor of Utoya spoke with his mother by SMS during the massacre of Breivik