The trial of accused mass killer Anders Breivik on charges of voluntary homicide and committing acts of terror in Norway last summer is due to come to a close Friday.
Breivik has admitted carrying out the attack on a youth camp on Utoya Island that killed 69 people and a bombing in Oslo that killed eight on July 22.
Breivik, who boasts of being an ultranationalist who killed his victims to fight multiculturalism in Norway, says he acted out of "necessity."
His defense lawyer, Geir Lippestad, is expected to argue Friday that he should be given a full acquittal.
The issue of Breivik's sanity is at the heart of the case.
Norwegian prosecutors asked Thursday that Breivik be transferred to a psychiatric institution because they believe he is mentally ill, a spokeswoman for the prosecutor's office told CNN. If that does not happen, prosecutors will ask for 21 years of prison for Breivik.FULL STORY