(NECN/CNN) - Three days after the worst mass shooting in Norway's history -- French authorities are searching the house of the father of the man who confessed to carrying out the twin attacks that killed at least 93 people.
The stepbrother of Norway's crown prince was among the dozens gunned down at a labor party summer camp.
Meantime -- authorities are reviewing a 1500 page manifesto by the suspect -- parts of it taken almost word for word from the writings of "unabomber" Ted Kaczynski.
Police have a suspect in custody.
Now, we're getting a window into the suspect's mind through an online video purportedly created by the suspect himself.
Nic Robertson reports.