The European right has widely rebuked Anders Behring Breivik for his violence, but also thinks the Norwegian killer made a fair point, reports Reuters. Many European conservatives—like Italian politician Mario Borghezio—were already echoing the language of extremists like Breivik to criticize the growing Muslim presence there. "Not all...
(Reuters) - Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik may have failed to ignite a race war with Muslims, but he succeeded in stoking anxieties about the stability of Europe's increasingly diverse societies.Though his talk of an international...Show More Summary
Anders Behring Breivik, “the Norwegian far-right extremist” who killed 77 people and wounded hundreds during twin attacks in Norway last summer, was Friday declared to have been sane throughout the course of his rampage. A court sentenced...Show More Summary
Aug. 24 - Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik addresses the court after being sentenced for a maximum term on Friday -- when judges declared him sane enough to answer for the murder of 77 people last year.
Mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik has apologised to "militant nationalists" for not killing more people during a shooting spree and bomb attack in Norway.He was speaking after a five-judge panel in Oslo ruled he was sane as he killed...Show More Summary
Anders Behring Breivik, the man who killed 77 people in a rampage in Norway last summer, was sentenced Friday to 21 years in prison by an Oslo court. Even though the sentence is the maximum allowable under Norwegian law, the decision...Show More Summary
Norway’s one-man Rassenreinheitseinsatzgruppe (Google translate it), Anders Behring Breivik, was just given the maximum for his crime in Norway: 21 years. That’s right: 77 murders (mainly at a summer camp for immigrant children), 21 years. Keep reading this post...
Today a Norwegian court ruled hat Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people and wounded more han 240 last year by setting off bombs in Oslo and shooting up a Workers' Youth League camp on the island of Utøya, was sane when he committed those crimes. Show More Summary
Anders Behring Breivik, the right-wing Norwegian extremist who massacred 77 people in shooting and bomb attacks last July, has been sentenced to 21 years in jail, the maximum term allowed under Norwegian law. He might serve longer than that. Show More Summary
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik smiled with apparent self-satisfaction, when Judge Wenche Elisabeth Arntzen ruled that he was sane, and sentenced him to 10 to 21 years preventive detention. The smirking and smiling Breivik was belligerent from moment he arrived in the courtroom, giving a clenched fist salute as he entered. The sanity ruling [...]Show More Summary
Post by Jeanne SagerThe five-judge panel in the Norway court that convicted mass killer Anders Behring Breivik this could have dropped a bomb and had less of an impact. The man who killed 77 people, most of them children, in 2011 will face punishment for his crimes. Show More Summary
”I stand by what I have done and I would still do it again.” – Anders Behring Breivik in court testimony. [Reuters] NOTHING INSANE about Breivik. He was just filled with hate, acted upon it and slaughtered 77 teenagers at a summer camp out of bigotry. He will not appeal, because the only verdict Breivik [...]
Anders Behring Breivik got the maximum sentence. But if he's still considered to be a danger to society, his stay in prison could extend far beyond the 21-year term.
1. NORWAY'S MASS KILLER SENTENCED TO 21 YEARSA Norwegian court ruled Friday that Anders Behring Breivik, convicted of the bloody bomb and gun attacks that killed 77 people in July 2011, is sane, sentencing him to 21 years behind bars — the maximum sentence in the country. Show More Summary
He admitted the murders and claimed he was sane. The court — in Norway — found him. But the sentence — for all of that — is 10 to 21 years. Is Norway sane?
Anders Behring Breivik, the man who killed 77 people in a bomb attack and gun rampage just over a year ago, was judged to be sane Friday by a Norwegian court, as he was sentenced to 21 years in prison. Breivik was charged with voluntary homicide and committing acts of terror in the attacks in [...]
Norwegian right-wing fanatic Anders Behring Breivik was today sentenced to 21 years in jail for mass murder after he was declared sane. The militant extremist, who killed 77 people in a shooting and bombing spree last July, will now be sent to prison rather than a mental hospital. Show More Summary
Far-right murderer pleased to be declared criminally responsible for deaths of 77 in Norway Briefing LAST UPDATED AT 12:09 ON Fri 24 Aug 2012 ANDERS BEHRING BREIVIK smiled in the courtroom purpose-built for his trial today as Norwegian...Show More Summary
Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik smirked in court as he was jailed for 21 years after a judge ruled he was "not insane".The five-judge panel in Oslo convicted Breivik of terrorism and premeditated murder for bomb and gunShow More Summary
An Oslo court sentenced the right-wing extremist, who admitted to killing 77 people, with the maximum penalty available under Norwegian law.