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Norway Shooter Anders Breivik Appears in Court in Norway 02.06.12

"Norway shooter Anders Breivik appears in court in Norway:

Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people in a bombing and mass shooting in Norway, has appeared in court in Oslo.

Unlike in previous hearings, the 32-year-old right-wing extremist allowed himself to be photographed and filmed before proceedings began.

Breivik has admitted setting off a bomb in the capital, Oslo, before travelling to the lake island of Utoeya where he shot young activists of the governing Labour Party who were attending a summer camp.

He told the court he deserved a medal of honour for the attacks. His full trial is scheduled to begin in April."


Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-16911010 (With video)


Passage from the accused's speech from NRK article (translated by me):

"Accused:Here comes the conclusion:

The attacks on 07.22 were preventable attacks to defend the indigenous people of Norway, ethnic Norwegians. I, as a militant nationalist, a cell commander for Knights Templar and representative for the Norwegian resistance movement, cannot plead guilty for 07.22, because I acted in self defense on behalf of my people, my culture, my religion, my city and my country. I therefore demand that you release me immediately and wish hereby to suggest that I am nominated for War Cross with Sword (Laughter in court, editors writing.) The universal human rights and international law states that…

Judge: You claim right of self defense?

Accused: Yes. I am done…

Judge: Then, I think that is enough.

Accused: The law states that indigenous people threatened by ethnic and cultural deconstruction among ethnic cleansing, have the right to defend themselves military.

Judge: That is it?

Accused: That is it."



Source: from Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK): http://www.nrk.no/nyheter/norge/1.7984902

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Old 02-06-2012, 12:00 PM
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Re: Norway Shooter Anders Breivik Appears in Court in Norway 02.06.12

He killed indeginous Norwegians to protect indeginous Norwegians? yes I see the logic in that, sad thing is he is just gonna end up in a cushy nut house along with the rest of the loonies, I don't suppose the families he has destroyed will be fucking happy at all.

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Re: Norway Shooter Anders Breivik Appears in Court in Norway 02.06.12

On August 24, 2012, Breivik was adjudged sane and sentenced to at least 21 years in prison.The decision means that an appeal will not be initiated and Breivik's lawyer has confirmed that his client will not contest the jail sentence.

Following the announcement of the verdict, the Guardian newspaper reported:

After two months of deliberations, the five-judge panel told a packed Oslo courtroom they considered the perpetrator of last year's gun and bomb attacks, the worst in the country's history, mentally fit enough to be held criminally responsible for the attacks, which also left 242 wounded. Breivik is almost certain to end his life in prison. Although Norway has a maximum prison sentence of 21-years, Breivik could be sentenced to "preventive detention", which can be extended for as long as an inmate is considered dangerous to society. The verdict of the most high-profile criminal trial in Norway since Nazi collaborators were prosecuted following the second world war is certain to provoke a strong response. Most Norwegians, including the victims' families, had wanted Breivik to be found sane so he could be held accountable for what they view as a political crime.

[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anders_Behring_Breivik]

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Re: Norway Shooter Anders Breivik Appears in Court in Norway 02.06.12

77 innocent killed, 21 years in prison. Three months for each killing.

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Re: Norway Shooter Anders Breivik Appears in Court in Norway 02.06.12

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77 innocent killed, 21 years in prison. Three months for each killing.
The 21 years is, thankfully, the confirmed minimum he will serve. The sentence is effectively open-ended, so as long as someone, anyone, says "no, he's not safe" then he stays in prison until he rots.

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The 21 years is, thankfully, the confirmed minimum he will serve. The sentence is effectively open-ended, so as long as someone, anyone, says "no, he's not safe" then he stays in prison until he rots.
After 21 years, because he will still be a danger, they will keep him in - the judicial system there allows that. Just because his initial sentence isnt 1000 years doesnt mean he wont die inside.

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The 21 years is, thankfully, the confirmed minimum he will serve. The sentence is effectively open-ended, so as long as someone, anyone, says "no, he's not safe" then he stays in prison until he rots.
I was ready to write an angry post before i read this. Gives me hope that he will die in prison and the right thing will be done

Even if he did get out after 21 years im sure someone related to the victims out of the 77 would be planning to kill him the day he walks free...

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Re: Norway Shooter Anders Breivik Appears in Court in Norway 02.06.12

21 years seems like very little for the damage and death he caused.

His attack is seen as the worst in Norway's history, perhaps it will trigger an overhaul of sentencing tariffs.

One can hope, because this sentence does not strike me as much of a deterrent to other terrorists.

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Old 08-24-2012, 11:24 AM
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Re: Norway Shooter Anders Breivik Appears in Court in Norway 02.06.12

It's seen as the worst in post-war Norway. As mentioned earlier, you can remain in custody when the 21 years expire if you are considered to be a threat to the public. More than likely, he will never again walk a free man.

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