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08-25-2012, 01:48 AM
Anders Behring Breivik, Norway Killer, Deemed Sane And Sentenced To Prison For Bomb And Gun Attacks

AP | By KARL RITTER Posted: 08/24/2012 3:26 am Updated: 08/24/2012 10:16 am




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Anders Behring Breivik was declared sane and sentenced to prison for bomb and gun attacks that killed 77 people last year. (File, AP)



OSLO, Norway (AP) — A Norwegian court sentenced Anders Behring Breivik to prison on Friday, denying prosecutors the insanity ruling they hoped would show that his massacre of 77 people was the work of a madman, not part of an anti-Muslim crusade.
Breivik smiled with apparent satisfaction when Judge Wenche Elisabeth Arntzen read the ruling, declaring him sane enough to be held criminally responsible and sentencing him to "preventive detention," which means it is unlikely he will ever be released.
The sentence brings a form of closure to Norway, which was shaken to its core by the bomb and gun attacks on July 22, 2011, because Breivik's lawyers said before the ruling that he would not appeal any ruling that did not declare him insane.
But it also means Breivik got what he wanted: a ruling that paints him as a political terrorist instead of a psychotic mass murderer. Since his arrest, Breivik has said the attacks were meant to draw attention to his extreme right-wing ideology and to inspire a multi-decade uprising by "militant nationalists" across Europe.
Prosecutors had argued Breivik was insane as he plotted his attacks to draw attention to a rambling "manifesto" that blamed Muslim immigration for the disintegration of European society.
Breivik argued that authorities were trying to cast him as sick to cast doubt on his political views, and said during the trial that being sent to an insane asylum would be the worst thing that could happen to him.
"He has always seen himself as sane so he isn't surprised by the ruling," Breivik's defense lawyer Geir Lippestad said.

The five-judge panel in the Oslo district court unanimously convicted Breivik, 33, of terrorism and premeditated murder and ordered him imprisoned for a period between 10 and 21 years, the maximum allowed under Norwegian law. Such sentences can be extended as long as an inmate is considered too dangerous to be released, and legal experts say Breivik will almost certainly spend the rest of his life in prison.
Some far right leaders argued that Friday's verdict played into their core beliefs, though they have spoken out against his violent rampage.
"It was obviously wrong what he did, but there was logic to all of it," said Stephen Lennon, the 29-year-old leader of the English Defense League. "By saying that he was sane, it gives a certain credibility to what he had been saying. And that is, that Islam is a threat to Europe and to the world."
It was not clear whether prosecutors would appeal the ruling. If not, and if Breivik sticks to his word not to appeal a prison term, the legal process for one of the darkest chapters in Norwegian history will have come to a close.
Survivors of the attacks and relatives of victims welcomed the ruling.
"I am very relieved and happy about the outcome," said Tore Sinding Bekkedal, who survived the Utoya shooting.
"I believe he is mad, but it is political madness and not psychiatric madness," Bekkedal said. "He is a pathetic and sad little person."
Per Anders Langerod, another shooting survivor said he would like to visit Breivik in prison "and yell at him for 15 minutes."
"I don't want to hurt him because I have a problem with violence, now more than ever," Langerod told the AP. "But I want to yell at him. I want to explain to him what kind of egomaniac mass murderer he is and how he has affected so many people so terribly."
Wearing a dark suit and sporting a thin beard, Breivik smirked as he walked into the courtroom to hear his sentence, and raised a clenched-fist salute.
Breivik confessed to the attacks during the trial, describing in gruesome detail how he detonated a car bomb at the government headquarters in Oslo and then opened fire at the annual summer camp of the governing Labor Party's youth wing. Eight people were killed and more than 200 injured by the explosion. Sixty-nine people, most of them teenagers, were killed in the shooting spree on Utoya island. The youngest victim was 14.
In testimony that stunned relatives of his victims, Breivik said he was acting in defense of Norway by targeting the left-wing political party he accused of betraying the country with liberal immigration policies.
Breivik's lawyers say he is already at work writing sequels to the 1,500-page manifesto he released on the Internet before the attacks. Breivik most likely will be sent back to Ila Prison, where he has been held in pretrial detention. He has access to a computer there but no Internet connection. He can communicate with the outside world through mail, which is checked by prison staff.
They can stop mail encouraging illegal acts or the creation of criminal networks, Ila Prison spokeswoman Ellen Bjercke said.
The impact of Breivik's violence has been huge. It has forced Norway to accept that terror doesn't come only in the guise of foreign fundamentalists, but can come from one of their own. The son of a Norwegian diplomat and a nurse who divorced when he was a child, Breivik had been a law-abiding citizen until the attacks, except for a brief spell of spray-painting graffiti during his youth.
The judges noted that Breivik's extreme anti-immigration views are shared by others, but said it found no evidence that the modern-day crusader network that Breivik claims to belong to, exists.
Norwegian police and government ministers have faced severe criticism for their actions before and during the attacks. The police response was marred by poor communication and technical mishaps. It took police more than an hour to reach Utoya, as a boat carrying the SWAT team was overloaded and stalled in the middle of the lake. Norway's only police helicopter wasn't used because its crew was on vacation.
Norway's justice minister and police chief both resigned in the aftermath and some critics have called on the prime minister to step down.
The judges took turns reading sections of the 90-page ruling, starting with the verdict and sentence, and then going over a chronology of the rampage, victim by victim, and describing their injuries.
Judge Arne Lyng noted that the fertilizer bomb that Breivik set off outside the government headquarters could have been even more devastating.
"It was pure luck that not many more were killed," Lyng said.
Since his guilt was not in question, Brevik's sanity was the key issue to be decided by the trial, with two psychiatric teams reaching opposite conclusions. One gave Breivik a diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia, a severe mental illness that would preclude imprisonment, while the other found him narcissistic and dissocial — having a complete disregard for others — but criminally sane.
The court criticized the psychiatric assessment that found Breivik insane, saying his peception of being a commander in a civil war can be explained in the context of a "fanatic and right-wing extremist view of the world" rather than as delusions of a sick mind.
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Associated Press writer Bjoern H. Amland and AP producers Tomislav Skaro and Philipp-Moritz Jenne contributed to this report. Paisley Dodds contributed to this story from London.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/0...6pLid%3D196932
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GuestFellow
08-25-2012, 10:14 AM
I don't think he is insane. He knew what he was he doing. Ten years minimum... :/
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Jedi_Mindset
08-25-2012, 10:25 AM
The party he targeted, was pro-palestine right? How did he get all this stuff, how did he succeed to make such a powerfull bomb and attain those assualt rifles which are very rare in countries like norway.

I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but i do find it weird. To considering what kind of guy it is and in the groups he is in.

21-years in prison, what kind of punishment is that? he will most likely get a TV and plenty of food.
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sister herb
08-25-2012, 10:37 AM
Prison is wrong place to him. Mental hospital would better.

Never mind as he is sane I think he never get out from prison as law in Norway can keep him in rest of his life.
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Jedi_Mindset
08-25-2012, 10:41 AM
Originally Posted by sister harb
Prison is wrong place to him. Mental hospital would better.

Never mind as he is sane I think he never get out from prison as law in Norway can keep him in rest of his life.
No, dawah would be better :D Even the worst enemies like Ghenghis Khan who destroyed baghdad and killed many many muslims reverted to islam.
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shab
08-25-2012, 11:31 AM
tax payers money will go towards this mans upkeep...how wrong is that?
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shab
08-25-2012, 11:33 AM
he has got 21yrs imprisonment.... he commited horrific attacks.
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Jedi_Mindset
08-26-2012, 07:15 PM
didnt i say it? ''prison'' pfff...

Prison authorities to make Breivik comfortable to prevent ‘deviations’



Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Breivik, who is to spend at least 21 years in solitary confinement for killing 77 people in July last year, will be granted some small conveniences during his jail term, as prison authorities fear for his mental health.
The authorities of Ila Prison, where Breivik is to serve his sentence, said they want to counteract the total isolation and lack of communication the convict will experience, to prevent possible mental complications.
“On my memory this is the first case in Norwegian history, when a convict is to spend such long time in strict-security cell. We have to somehow compensate the isolation, so he does not develop any deviations,” said Prison Director Knut Bjarkeid.
The benefits will likely include a laptop, personal visits and being able to maintain some correspondence with the outside world.

The director pointed out that Breivik was given a laptop only for his time in pre-trial detention and now police could legitimately take it away. It is a contentious issue still under discussion, he said.

Bjarkeid stressed that the computer is basically an electronic typewriter, nothing more. The use of an actual typewriter may pose a danger as some parts of it can be easily separated and used as a weapon, he said.
Breivik will also be allowed to have personal visitors once a week. During hour-long visits, monitored by the guards, he will be able to communicate with visitors through a transparent screen.

Norwegian NRK TV-company has already asked for an interview, but Breivik made it clear that he is only interested in foreign media.
The convict will be able to exchange letters and send out books, Bjarkeid said, adding that all correspondence will be monitored by prison staff.

Breivik`s cell includes three rooms of 8 square meters each, where he will have a bedroom, a study and a gym.

It is not the first time that authorities have been accused of providing extra comforts for Breivik. Earlier, there were reports that Ila Prison was converting one of their premises into a psychiatric unit especially for the mass-murderer.
Norwegian daily Verdens Gang reported that the prison spent tens of thousands of euros on the work.
However, Breivik is unlikely to get the chance to sample the new state of the art facilities, as he was found sane by the court.
On Friday he was sentenced to 21 years of “"preventive detention," which means his prison term may be extended.

http://rt.com/news/breivik-comfortable-prison-601/


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GuestFellow
08-26-2012, 07:38 PM
Prisoners should not be treated inhumanely. They should receive a bed, food, water, access to educational materials and privacy. In addition, they should follow an exercise program and not be subject to complete isolation. However, I do believe prisoners should not receive visitors nor any electronic equipment.

Then there is another side of me which says...these violent prisoners can go to hell. They don't deserve to be treated nicely. Violent offenders should have their heads flushed down the toilet and their nails clipped until it disappears.

Isn't it sad...prisoners get treated better than homeless people.
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Jedi_Mindset
08-26-2012, 08:13 PM
Originally Posted by Tragic Typos
Prisoners should not be treated inhumanely. They should receive a bed, food, water, access to educational materials and privacy. In addition, they should follow an exercise program and not be subject to complete isolation. However, I do believe prisoners should not receive visitors nor any electronic equipment.

Then there is another side of me which says...these violent prisoners can go to hell. They don't deserve to be treated nicely. Violent offenders should have their heads flushed down the toilet and their nails clipped until it disappears.

Isn't it sad...prisoners get treated better than homeless people.
Bro do know that this man killed more than 77 people in a shooting spree, he also killed alot of muslims who arent reported ofcourse by the media. And with a crappy that he will get ''mental ill'' unless he gets a good prison cell, which i call a room.

I need to found out more about the party he targeted ...
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GuestFellow
08-26-2012, 08:33 PM
^ Asslamu Aliakum,

Prisons serve the purpose of separating offenders from citizens. This is what's being done here.

What would you suggest?
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Jedi_Mindset
08-26-2012, 08:42 PM
Originally Posted by Tragic Typos
^ Asslamu Aliakum,

Prisons serve the purpose of separating offenders from citizens. This is what's being done here.

What would you suggest?
Dawah;DAnders breivic is anti-islam, why not convince him to look in it?

But on a serious note, the offenders should learn from their mistakes and sitting in a luxe prison cell doesnt really do that.
There are many many criminals who just came out of prison, starting to do the same crap again as what they have done before they got arrested.

Punishments should be on such a way that they wouldnt ever do it again...not killing but maybe a working camp will do the trick.
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GuestFellow
08-26-2012, 08:45 PM
Originally Posted by Jedi_Mindset
Dawah;DAnders breivic is anti-islam, why not convince him to look in it?
Hmmmm...I think he is beyond repair.

But on a serious note, the offenders should learn from their mistakes and sitting in a luxe prison cell doesnt really do that.
There are many many criminals who just came out of prison, starting to do the same crap again as what they have done before they got arrested.

Punishments should be on such a way that they wouldnt ever do it again...not killing but maybe a working camp will do the trick.
Well I think he's too dangerous to be released. He should have received judicial corporal punishment, serve his prison sentence and then executed. I agree the prison cell does look very comfortable, which is unacceptable.
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جوري
08-26-2012, 08:53 PM
Originally Posted by Tragic Typos
I agree the prison cell does look very comfortable, which is unacceptable.
Those are accommodations I didn't even receive in medical school.. it is a strange world isn't it? You've to believe in Godly justice in another place & time to not flip at the unfairness of this world.
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GuestFellow
08-26-2012, 09:46 PM
Originally Posted by منوة الخيال
Those are accommodations I didn't even receive in medical school.. it is a strange world isn't it? You've to believe in Godly justice in another place & time to not flip at the unfairness of this world.
:sl:

I think it's pathetic. If the Sharia was implemented correctly, then we would have true justice and punishment.
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جوري
08-27-2012, 04:06 PM
The Allusive Aspects of the Anders Breivik Case

Abduh Hasan


Last Updated on Mon, 27 Aug 2012 00:07 Please help us run Islam21c and its' projects for the next 12 months. Donate to our Just Giving page.

Many of the threats of physical violence have come from groups such as the English Defence League, those whom Breivik claims he had contact with. Breivik claims to have a strong relationship with senior EDL members and attended an EDL demonstration in Bradford. Paul Ray, an EDL member ‘who fled the UK for fear of arrest in 2008 over internet postings allegedly inciting racial hatred, this week conceded that he may have been the inspiration for the Norwegian mass murderer.' How is it then that the EDL is allowed to exist after having inspired the mass murder of (mostly) children and now threatening to murder British Muslims?
Anders Breivik, a Norwegian mass murderer and Christian terrorist, has been found guilty after his murderous rampage on 22 July 2011 when he bombed government buildings (killing eight) and separately shot 69 people, mostly teenagers. The heinous act included more victims than 7/7, with most of those killed children.


Breivik has been described as insane, a far-right militant, a madman, and by some as having misplaced patriotism. Yet, the key ideas that led to the attack are often, and rather conveniently, overlooked by the media. While his Islamophobic sentiment has been clear, his support of Zionism is usually suppressed, most probably in order to politically distance him from the nefarious ideology that supports anti-Muslim campaigns. Take the idea of Eurabia, an Islamophobic conspiracy theory formulated by Gisèle Littman a Jewish Egyptian known both for her vitriolic writings against peaceful European Muslims and normative Zionist interpretations of historical events. The link between Islamophobia and Zionism has been exposed by a number of commentators, including Rosenburg at Al Jazeera.[1] A number of Muslim organisations have been subjected to abuse by right wing Zionist think tanks such as EDL, Harry’s Place, and Quilliam Foundation. Recently, they have targeted the Islamia Village event held by Islamic Network – “The campaign had intensified at the beginning of the week, whereby such groups had threatened to cause violence...Threats of burning down the venue with the people in it have also been made publicly by some supporters of this campaign.”[2] (Emphasis mine)


Many of the threats of physical violence have come from groups such as the English Defence League, those whom Breivik claims he had contact with. Breivik claims to have a strong relationship with senior EDL members and attended an EDL demonstration in Bradford. Paul Ray, an EDL member ‘who fled the UK for fear of arrest in 2008 over internet postings allegedly inciting racial hatred, this week conceded that he may have been the inspiration for the Norwegian mass murderer.’[3] How is it then that the EDL is allowed to exist after having inspired the mass murder of (mostly) children and now threatening to murder British Muslims?


Other issues that have been noticeably missing from the reporting are the religious claims made by Breivik where they have either been glossed over or painted to seem silly. While I acknowledge that modern Christianity rejects such violence, the media has not seemed as eager to subject Christians to the same rhetoric they usually do Muslims. Why weren’t the 7/7 bombers described as four deluded individuals who insanely believed the way to change foreign policy would be to kill scores of people travelling by public transport? Instead the four 7/7 bombers were religious ideologues representative of the sentiments of millions of British Muslims, yet Breivik remains the patriotic maniac, whilst those who share his sentiment of Christian resistance to the unfounded Muslim conspiracy are left to continue with murder.


The Norwegian court accepted that many people share Breivik's conspiracy theory about Muslims, including the Eurabia theory, yet across Europe (including the UK) anti-Muslim sentiment is on the rise. The acceptability of targeting Muslims has reached unprecedented levels with the French niqab ban and David Cameron’s Munich speech vilifying all those who do not share his ideas as being extremists, albeit non-violent. This horrible demonization of a faith group that has nothing to do with immigration, race, culture or ethnicity must be resisted by the sound minded people of Britain and Europe – conflict prevention is invariably better than conflict resolution

http://www.islam21c.com/politics/602...m_medium=email
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Jedi_Mindset
08-27-2012, 04:14 PM
Sis, i guess you know a bit about tihs, but a picture says a thousand words right? Let me know what you think. the way he is dressed...



Staunch-zionist masonic moron...

Ok i am stopping with my mumbo jumbo....
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Mustafa2012
08-30-2012, 10:42 PM
He should have got 10 years for each life he took.

According to Western standards he is a terrorist but none of the media referred to him as a terrorist.

There was even an attack on a sikh temple in the U.S. recently and the guy who did it was a Christian extremist but there was hardly any mention of it and no one called that guy a terrorist.

Same with the attack at the Batman premiere.

It seems the label "terrorist" is only reserved for muslims nowadays.
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