Brevik He never regretted it Montrocity won, does not intend to do so. The now 42-year-old right-wing extremist was declared irrational at trial, and therefore fully responsible for the 2012 massacre. 21 years imprisonment, The maximum fine in Norway is up to five years in prison if proven to be dangerous.
Even in an ultra-guaranteed system like Oslo, he is unlikely to get a conditional release. “He has no nervous breakdowns, no regrets, he’s proud of what he has done. If anything, as we have observed, he is more aware of his far – right stance,” said Breivik, who gave a salute to observer Frederick Roman and proclaimed the principles during his 2017 presentation with Sejersted. Main Camp de Adolf Hitler “The only reasons I’m alive today.”
In 2016, Breivik filed an appeal against the Norwegian government, arguing that the prison conditions were inhumane and degrading. Initially the appeal was partially upheld and the following year the appeal was dismissed. He had again appealed to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, which was rejected in June 2018, ruling that it was “clearly unfounded and inadmissible”.
Breivik is being held in solitary confinement in Skien’s maximum security prison Resides in three cells The gym has a TV, DVD player, PlayStation and PC with 10 square meters each to view the countryside, even if there is no internet facility. He complains about the quality of the food, the cold coffee and the impractical plastic cutlery. However, there seems to be no limit to the narcissistic disorder of his personality, so he decided to change his name. JoJolf Hansen.
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