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Breivik, the images of the prison where he is serving his sentence in solitary confinement – Corriere TV

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Breivik, the images of the prison where he is serving his sentence in solitary confinement – Corriere TV

The trial brought by Breivik against the state for its isolation begins. In 2011 he killed 77 people in two different attacks

The Norwegian neo-Nazi Anders Behring Breivik, at risk of suicide and under the influence of antidepressants according to his lawyer’s claims, is once again taking the Norwegian state to court to protest against his solitary confinement. With his head shaved and wearing a dark suit and tie, Breivik, unlike his previous public appearances, refrained from any provocation when he arrived at the Ringerike prison gym, where his five-day trial began. Detained in solitary confinement in a maximum security section of the prison where the trial is taking place, the 44-year-old extremist believes that the isolation to which he has been a victim for almost 11 and a half years violates Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights , which prohibits “inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.” On 22 July 2011 Breivik first detonated a bomb near the government headquarters in Oslo, killing eight people, then killed 69 others, mostly teenagers, by opening fire at a Labor Youth summer camp on Utoya Island . In 2012 he was sentenced to the maximum sentence of 21 years in prison, with the possibility of extension.

January 8, 2024 – Updated January 8, 2024, 4:06 pm

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