A man suspected of killing his half-sister and firing at a mosque near Oslo this weekend was sent to custody for four weeks by a court on Monday. This person is suspected of murder and terrorist activities. The man has been identified as 21-year-old Phillip Manashaus. He was produced in the Oslo court. There were bruises on his body. He may have suffered this injury while he was being controlled in the mosque. Police said that he is of a right-wing ideology. The court said that the accused is sent to custody for four weeks, as requested by the police.