Norwegian Mass Killer Conquests Human Rights Case

Norwegian Mass Killer

Anders Behring Breivik is a Norwegian mass murderer. He has won in human right case contrary to the Norwegian state. The court noted his claim and told that his treatment would amount to punishment or degrading treatment or inhuman. Oystein Storrvik is the lawyer for Anders Behring Breivik. After the judgement the lawyer told that his private imprisonment to be cancelled.

Anders Behring Breivik is a right wing terrorist. He has killed almost around six nine people on Utoeya island in July 2011. He killed when the people were engaged in a summer camp to help new centre-left political campaigners. Before that day, he has fixed a car bomb in Oslo (capital city) and has killed eight people.

Kept alone

Helen Andenaes Sekulic is the judge and she told that it is not right to do inhuman treatment as it has been represented as a central value in a self-governing society. It also applies to killers and killers and terrorists.

Anders Behring Breivik defied the government against his solitary confinement. He was kept alone in a cell for about twenty-two to twenty-three hours a day. He was not allowed to contact with other person in the jail. He can communicate with jail staff members through thick glass wall.

The judge told that his prison punishment was severe than any other prisoners. It is given due to the seriousness of the crime. She told that it should be taken as extra punishment for the crime he has made.

Anders Behring Breivik’s judge told that his client was woken up every half an hour especially at night times. He was made to remain awake for a long time. He was subjected to strip hunts with some female officers. His judge told that he found this highly difficult than other punishments. Judge told that it was given as degrading treatment.

Facilitating a community

The government was shocked to hear his appeal. They have not decided whether to approve. If it does not happen within four weeks, then Anders Behring Breivik’s prison life would remain more lenient as told by the judge. But still, the judge has ruled out some strict controls barred on Anders Behring Breivik. He has been asked to pay legal expenses of 330,000 kroner. One of the survivors of the shooting told that he felt angry, upset and surprised to hear the ruling. The ruling also prevented him from contacting with other jail extremists.

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