UPDATE: It's looking less like 911 and more like Jared Loughner. Sky News reports that the Oslo suspect has been named as Anders Behring Breivik.
A Twitter account (http://twitter.com/#!/AndersBBreivik) and Facebook page for Anders Behring Breivik were created last week. The Facebook page contains a series of photos of the alleged suspect, and the Twitter account has one post: "One person with a belief is equal to the force of 100 000 who have only interests."(Vancouver Sun)UPDATE 6:55 p.m. ET: More is now coming in from people close to the investigation, raising the likelihood that the attacks were home-grown and not the work of Islamic militants.
Addressing whether the 32-year-old Norwegian suspect might be affiliated with al-Qaida or another group, Oslo's acting police acting chief said at a late-night news conference: "We do not know if he was involved in an extremist environment."
And Tore Bjorgo, a professor at Norwegian Police University College — which state broadcaster NRK reported is working with police on the investigation — said the fact that the second attack was directed at a political youth organization suggested the involvement of local or European right-wing extremists. (MSNBC)