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US News Ten years after the Carnage of Utøya, Anders Breivik asks for his release

11:15  18 january  2022
11:15  18 january  2022 Source:   leparisien.fr

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Families of victims (pictured) fear Anders Breivik will grandstand his extreme views during the hearing as he requests early release after serving ten years of his 21-year sentence for killing 77 people in a bomb and gun massacre in 2011. It was July 22, 2011, when, after months of meticulous preparations, Breivik set off a car bomb outside the government headquarters in Oslo, killing eight people and wounding dozens. Breivik then drove to the island of Utøya , where he opened fire on the annual summer camp of the left-wing Labor Party’s youth wing.

Anders Breivik will ask for parole tomorrow after spending 10 years behind bars. Families of victims (pictured) fear Anders Breivik will grandstand his extreme views during the hearing as he requests early release after Breivik then drove to the island of Utøya , where he opened fire on the

Anders Breivik, ici lors de son procès en août 2012. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov © Stoyan Nenov Anders Breivik, here during his trial in August 2012. Reuters / Stoyan Nenov

A case of consciousness. Ten years after killing 77 people in Norway, the right-right extremist Anders Behring Breivik pleads on Tuesday for his release, a request dedicated to failure but likely to serve as a political tribune in the chagrin of families victims. In a relocated procedure, for safety reasons, in the Gymnasium of the Skien Prison (South) where it is incarcerated, Norwegian justice will review the conditional release request filed by Brevik, sentenced in 2012 to 21 years in prison with possibility extension. On July 22, 2011, the right extremist had first exploded a bomb near the headquarters of the government in Oslo, making eight victims, then killed 69 other people, teenagers for the most part, opening fire on a camp. Labor youth on the island of Utøya. "It has not become less extremist"

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Now, exactly ten years after the Norway attacks, he and fellow campmate Emma Martinovic, 28, recall their terrifying escapes to Sun Online to mark the day many of their friends died at the hands of a monster. The attacks saw right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik slaughter 77 people – most of whom were teenager – in bomb and gun attacks in Oslo and Utøya , in the space Tarjei Jensen Bech, 29, was 19 when he joined his friends on the island of Utøya in July 2011. The now-deputy county mayor, from Hammerfest in northern Norway, was a camp leader representing his county at the time.

Anders Breivik , who has been called the worst mass murderer in the history of modern Norway, is all set to try for parole on Tuesday, claiming he is no longer a threat to society.In 2012, Breivik was handed the maximum 21- year sentence for his killing spree against the Oslo government quarter and the 2011On 22 July 2011, after months of fastidious preparations, Breivik set off a car bomb outside the government headquarters in Oslo, killing eight people.Subsequently he drove to the nearby island of Utøya armed with an automatic rifle and opened fire at the annual summer camp of the Labour Party's

the killer, today 42 years old, reproached his victims to make the bed of multiculturalism. "As in any other rule of law, a convict has the right to request his parole and Breivik has decided to make use of this right," said his lawyer, Øystein Storrvik, AFP. The sentence he had had - a form of security retention that may be extended indefinitely, as long as it is considered a risk to society - had been accompanied by a minimum period of ten years, the maximum planned by the law at the time. In a country that had not known as violent crime since the Second World War, the request for parole has, in general opinion, no chance of achieving.

"It has not become less extremist from an ideological point of view," says Tore Bjørgo, Director of the University of Oslo's Right Extremism Research Center (C-REX). "It now presents itself as a national-socialist and even if it says that with respect to it, the armed struggle is a phase that belongs to the past, it has no distances with mass killing. That he committed and whom it deems totally legitimate, "he explains.

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18, 2022 after 10 years behind bars, claiming he is no longer a danger to society and attempting to get an early release from his 21-year sentence. (Lise Aaserud/NTB Scanpix via AP, File). It was July 22, 2011, when, after months of meticulous preparations, Breivik set off a car bomb outside the government headquarters in Oslo, killing eight people and wounding dozens. He then drove to the island of Utøya , where he opened fire on the annual summer camp of the left-wing Labor Party’s youth wing.

Norwegian mass killer Anders Behring Breivik goes to court, Tuesday, after 10 years behind bars, claiming he is no longer a danger to society and attempting to get an early release from his 21-year sentence. Anders Behring Breivik attends the last day of his appeal case in Borgarting Court of Appeal at Telemark prison in Skien, Norway, Jan.


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In the prejudices or letters, notably to AFP, Breivik in the past said to give up violence. In 2016, during a trial against the State to protest against its prison isolation, he had dared to the comparison with Nelson Mandela, passed from the armed struggle to political fight. But the extremist, who had completed most of his victims of a bullet in the head, never expressed credible remorse.

, on the contrary, he tried to divert each of his appearances in a courtroom for propaganda purposes, in accordance with what he professed in the "Manifesto" he distributed before his passage to the act. Each new trial, with its shots, is painfully lived by the relatives of the victims. Before the start of this new judicial process, the Family Support Group said "encourage to place as little attention as possible to the terrorist and his message". "Any mention to this case in general and the terrorist in particular is a great burden for the survivors, the parents and all those who have been affected by the terrorist attacks in Norway," he said.

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Anders Behring Breivik ordered youngsters to gather around him, then fired indiscriminately and later executed survivors. Photograph: Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters. Local residents in a flotilla of little motorboats and fishing dinghies, knowing that a maniacal gunman was in the midst of a killing spree, bravely sailed out to rescue the dozens of terrified youngsters trapped on the tiny island of Utøya on Friday night. Some youngsters were shot dead in the lake as they tried to swim to safety.

Anders Behring Breivik attends the last day of his appeal case in Borgarting Court of Appeal at Telemark prison in Skien, Norway, Jan 18, 2017. — AP/File. He then drove to the island of Utøya , where he opened fire on the annual summer camp of the left-wing Labour Party’s youth wing. Sixty-nine people there were killed, most of them teenagers, before Breivik surrendered to police. In 2012, Breivik was handed the maximum 21- year sentence with a clause — rarely used in the Norwegian justice system — that he can be held indefinitely if he is still considered a danger to society.


Brevik Treaty Like any other detainee

Attacks of 2011 inspired other attacks, including Christchurch in New Zealand in 2019 , and projects of attacks around the world. Despite the exceptional nature of his crimes, Norway puts a point of honor to treat Breivik like any other detainee. In 2016, Breivik, which features three cells, a TV with DVD player and game console and a writing machine, had managed to condemn the state for "inhuman" and "degrading" treatment in because of its maintenance away from other detainees. The judgment had been broken on appeal. "The trials and how they were taken," explains Mr. Bjørgo of C-Rex, "this is in a way a victory of the rule of law on the Brevik terrorist" who wanted to destroy him.

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