Prosecutor Svein Holden doubted and criticized his way today into arguing that there exist sufficient doubts concerning Breivik's sanity, and that the prosecution therefore feels compelled to recommend that he is judged criminally insane. Holden heavily criticized the initial report that concluded Breivik was insane, for example underlining that a number of sentences Breivik has been attributed of saying had not been sufficiently argued for as indicative of insanity. However, the clinchers for Holden was that 1)he could not find sufficient reasons to prove Husby/Sørheims clinically wrong, and 2) even after being presented "irrefutable" evidence of the non-existence of Knights Templars, Breivik still insisted it existed. Thus, effectively (but not explicitly), Holden sidelined H/S's report, and emphasized that it is almost automatic, on basis on precedence, that people with a well-nigh proved "reality misperception" as the one evidenced in 2) are judged judicially insane. He seemed almost reluctant to recommend the insanity judgment, meaning, I believe, that he leaves the panel of judges with a greater "moral" freedom to make an independent assessment for the final verdict.