OSLO (Reuters) - Norway's appeal case against a legal ruling that found the state had violated the human rights of mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik will most likely be held in January, a court said on Friday.
It has been exactly five years since Anders Behring Breivik murdered 77 people in Norway.
After an 18-year-old German-Iranian opened fire near a shopping mall in Munich on Friday evening killing ten people, authorities are seeking to piece together a motive for the attack. As of this morning, police said they had found no immediate evidence of an Islamist motive behind the Munich shooting. Show More Summary
The state of Norway is to appeal a court decision that found mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik had been subjected to inhumane treatment in prison. "I have asked the attorney general to appeal the verdict," Justice Minister AndersShow More Summary
OSLO (Reuters) - Norway will appeal the verdict in the case mass killer Anders Behring Breivik brought over his prison conditions, the justice ministry said on Tuesday.
Norway has tried to forget Anders Behring Breivik, the man responsible for the massacre of July 22, 2011, but he does not let us. He has been complaining about poor treatment since the day of his attack. It started just after his arrest,...Show More Summary
The latest step taken by Anders Behring Breivik is an extraordinary comment on the modern world, completely unimaginable except that it is happening. Breivik is the man who in 2011 shot and killed 77 mostly young people in Oslo and wounded 300 as well. Show More Summary
Why Anders Behring Breivik Doesn’t Deserve Solitary Americans hate to be told when the Europeans have gotten something right: progressive taxation, high-speed rail, soccer, low-alcohol beers that don’t taste like urine. And they have gotten it right again, in Norway, where a district court in...
Americans hate to be told when the Europeans have gotten something right: progressive taxation, high-speed rail, soccer, low-alcohol beers that don’t taste like urine. And they have gotten it right again, in Norway, where a districtShow More Summary
Norwegian authorities have violated the human rights of mass killer Anders Behring Breivik by holding him in solitary confinement in a three-cell complex where he can play video games, watch TV and exercise, a court in Oslo ruled Wednesday. In the surprise decision, the Oslo district court said...
He's kept in a surprisingly lovely 3-room suite that has windows, a treadmill, a refrigerator, a TV, and a PlayStation. But he's alone there, and he argued that is torture. The judge agreed. Mr. Breivik claimed that he had been on a “martyr operation” to stop a Muslim invasion of Europe.... Show More Summary
Mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, who is undoubtedly Norway's most notorious prisoner, has won his lawsuit against the state, as the Oslo District Court sided with his claim of "inhuman treatment."
Anders Behring Breivik put into solitary confinement for killing 77 people in 2011 gun and bomb rampage, but that may change
OSLO (Reuters) - Norway violated mass killer Anders Behring Breivik's human rights by keeping him in isolation in prison after being sentenced for killing 77 people in twin attacks in 2011, a Norwegian court ruled on Wednesday.
As Anders Behring Breivik entered the gym turned courtroom in Skien prison, the jail in southern Norway that has held him since August 2013, a smile crossed his lips. He waited eagerly for one of the four guards who stood next to him to unlock his handcuffs. Show More Summary
OSLO (Reuters) - A memorial to the victims of Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik is dividing those affected by his attacks, with some suing the government to stop its construction and others welcoming it as a place where they can grieve.
OSLO (Reuters) - Mass killer Anders Behring Breivik's prison conditions should be eased because the "mental fragility" he displayed at a hearing show his human rights have been breached, his lawyer told a Norwegian court on Friday.
OSLO (Reuters) - A Norwegian prison has defended carrying out hundreds of strip searches and twice-hourly night-time checks on mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik, saying it had to ensure he did not have weapons to take hostages or commit suicide.
Hours before, his bomb had erupted in Norway's capital. Anders Behring Breivik - dressed for war - was soon marching through a summer camp for the left-leaning party's up-and-coming leaders, spraying bullets at the children. He was purportedly protesting Norway's multiculturalism. Survivors later...
Mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik vowed to fight “to the death” for Nazism as he took the stand Wednesday in his lawsuit against the Norwegian state, confirming fears he would use the platform to grandstand his extremist views. “I have fought for National Socialism for 25...