Norway gunman admits to firing weapons on camp island.
Suspect fired at teens for 90 minutes before SWAT team arrived, police say.
A man suspected of killing at least 92 people, most of them teenagers, in an explosion and shooting rampage in Norway surrendered to police as soon as they arrived on the island where he'd slaughtered most of his victims, police say.
By then, he'd been firing shots at young campers for 90 minutes, investigators said during a news conference Saturday. Police arrived on the island 40 minutes after being called, they said.
A 32-year-old man, who police say dressed up as a police officer before gunning down at least 85 campers at the youth retreat near Oslo, has admitted to some things already, such as firing weapons on the island, investigators said.
But it was unclear Saturday whether the suspect had confessed to launching the bomb attack in downtown Oslo, foll
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