The Norwegian far-right nationalist Anders Breivik is speaking in court near the end of his trial.
Mr Breivik said that in his view the judgement is "illegitimate" but he said he would not appeal because to do so would "legitimise this court".
The judge cut him off mid-sentence as he appealed "to all militant nationalists in Norway and Europe". He gave the nationalist salute, as he has on many previous occasions, before speaking.
A court in Norway has ruled that Anders Breivik was sane when he killed 77 people in bombing and shooting attacks on July 22, 2011.
Rarely has a moment in a country’s history been as significant and insignificant as the judgment that will be passed on Anders Breivik.
Relatives of the victims of the Anders Breivik do not care whether Norwegian judges rule he was sane or not, so long as he is not free.