Norway: Far-right Breivik who killed 77 people demands release from prison

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In her court microscope Of Norway will be set today, Tuesday (18/1) request for his early release Anders Behring Breivik, the far-right extremist convicted of the Oslo and Uteja massacre more than 10 years ago, when the overall death toll has reached 77 dead.

The Telemark District Court, based in Seem, about 130 miles (130 km) southwest of Oslo, will hear the case. if and to what extent the perpetrator of the massacre continues to pose a threat for Norwegian society. The hearing is scheduled to last three days; however, it is possible that it will be extended to a fourth, according to the APE-MPE. Anders Behring Breivik is initially expected to make a statement in order to argue in favor of his request. The verdict is expected to be announced next week.

The 42-year-old far-right extremist, who today calls himself Fiotolf Hansen, had fired car-bomb in the government buildings district of Oslo on July 22, 2011, killing eight people. Then, disguised as a police officer, he went – armed – to the island of Utegia, where members of the youth of the Labor Party participated in a camp, and he started firing at them in the cold. Its victims were 69, mostly young people.

The clause that his sentence has

It was about most bloody attack in the country after World War II. Her perpetrator arranged to distribute a “manifesto” with various far-right and anti-Islamic ideologies before committing it. An Oslo court convicted him in 2012 to serve 21 years in prison, the heaviest sentence at the time. It was envisaged that he could request early release after 10 years.

The sentence of the minimum sentence, of ten years imprisonment, was completed on June 5, 2021, as it included the 445 days he spent in pre-trial detention pending his trial. The sentence imposed on Breivik also has a “precautionary” extension clause in his detention, which means he could remain in prison even after completing 21 years of his sentence, if judged to continue to pose a threat to society. Theoretically, it is possible that he will die in old age in prison.

The prosecution proposes that the perpetrator of the massacre remain in prison and it is considered very likely that the court will agree. The court in Oslo had assessed when convicting him, that Anders Behring Breivik would continue to have the intention, as well as the possibility, to commit murder, or murders, even after completing his sentence.

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