INTERNATIONAL: A mass murderer responsible for killing 77 people suing Norway over prison conditions

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rtx26oejBUSINESS INSIDER – A Norwegian mass murderer responsible for killing 77 people in a bombing and shooting spree is suing the state over his allegations that Oslo is violating his human rights.

Anders Behring Breivik, a right-wing extremist, was responsible for the deaths of 77 people in Norway in July 2011.

During his killing spree, Breivik detonated a bomb in Oslo and then went on a shooting spree on a nearby island in which dozens of teenagers at a camp were killed.

Breivik claimed during his initial trail in 2012 that he was “a military commander in the Norwegian resistance movement and Knights Templar Norway.”

His attacks were aimed at stopping the spread of multiculturalism and Muslim immigration into the country.

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3 comments

  1. This is WHAT I mean. That person Murdered so many people, Injured so many people; Ruined so many people lives and the Authorities entertain his Complaint of Human Rights Violations. His Lawyer should be held in Contempt of Court, the Victims and the Country. It will be the First case of it's kind but would put those Human Rights Aiding and Abetting legal Criminals on NOTICE. People like him should be made to pay for their keep. He want luxury in Prison, make him work to pay for it.

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  2. You have all those "amenities" in your cell and you complaining about human rights violation???

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  3. I mean if you have a story to share concentrate on the main idea of the story "suing due to human rights violations" don't give us a run around about what he did before . We could easily get that off the net. It just demonstrates the pervasiveness of the lack of information skills on the part of the media. They seem more interested in sensationalism, which have also contributed to the erosion of their role as the 5th Estate or the guardian of the public sphere. What a shame!!!

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