A group of hundreds of international experts are scouring the accused Norway shooter’s 1,500-page manifesto for signs of a secret code.
Rolf Frøysa, the chief technology expert at a broadband internet company in Norway, told the UK Telegraph that when he learned that Anders Breivik left behind a manifesto that plagiarized large portions of the writings of Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, he began to wonder if Breivik also made use of codes in the text of his broadside. Kaczynski famously embedded a code in his writings that took years to crack.
Frøysa started a site where users who want to volunteer can examine the document and share their findings.
When he began examining the document, about 46 internet links attracted his attention. The URLs didn’t work, but did contain numbers inside of them. When Frøysa plugged those numbers in as GPS coordinates, he found that most of the links corresponded to sites in Europe, such as a train station in Liverpool.