On the 22nd of July 2011, the peaceful Norway experienced one of the deadliest attacks on its soil since the Second World War. Within a 24-hour period, the lives of 77 Norwegians were lost at the hands of the right-wing white supremacist Anders Behring Breivik. This autumn, it was formally announced that Breivik had officially been granted the right to change his name to Fjotolf Hansen. It is also under this new name that the mass murder is registered as the owner of a Geofarm, which the killer had used as a front for the purchase of the fertilizer he used to construct his homemade bombs. The defense lawyer who announced the name change refused to disclose the reason or reasons for his client’s change of nomenclature.