Brevik He never regretted it of accomplished brutality and had no intention of doing so. The 42-year-old right-wing extremist was declared sane at the time of trial, in 2012, and therefore fully responsible for the massacres and He was sentenced to 21 years in prison. Maximum penalty in Norway, to which additional penalties of five years may be added from time to time if proven to be serious.
He is unlikely to get parole, even under a highly security system like Oslo. “He has not had nervous breakdowns, he has expressed no remorse, he is proud of what he did. If anything, according to what we have observed, he is more convinced of his far-right positions,” noted prosecutor Fredrik Sejersted during a 2017 audience session where Breivik blatantly presented himself. He gave the Roman salute and declared that the principles Maine Kampf de Adolf Hitler “They are the only reasons I’m alive today.”
Breivik appealed against the Norwegian state for its prison conditions deemed “inhuman and degrading” in 2016, at first the appeal was partially upheld, then dismissed on appeal the following year. He had appealed again to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, which rejected it in June 2018, ruling it as “unfounded and inadmissible”.
Held in Skien Maximum Security Prison, Brevik is in solitary confinement but It lives in three cells They are ten square metres, each overlooking the countryside, and has a TV, DVD player, PlayStation, computer even if there is no internet and a gym. Complaining about the quality of the food, cold coffee and unwieldy plastic cutlery. However, the narcissistic disorder of his character seems to have no bounds: and so he decides to change his name to Guttolf Hansen.
“Infuriatingly humble social media ninja. Devoted travel junkie. Student. Avid internet lover.”