This Far-right Anders Behring Breivik, murdered 77 people in Norway in 2011 He raised his arms in Nazi-style salute to the court Trying to get a suspended sentence at the hearing, he said he condemned the violence while declaring his belief in National Socialism.
“I condemn violence and terrorism and the goals in the manifesto (he made the manifesto when he launched the attack in 2011). But that doesn’t mean he won’t continue to fight for the victory of socialism in Norway and the West,” Brevi said. Gram said in a statement in court.
Breivik entered the gym at Skene Prison, where he was serving his sentence and trial site for security reasons, and paid Nazi salutes, as he had done in his past few appearances.
The 42-year-old Norwegian Nazi also displayed a banner that read in English: “Stop the genocide of the white nation”.
Breivik, who was scheduled to appear for about three hours, assured that he had been radicalized via the internet and that he had been “brainwashed” and blamed the attack on those who contributed to the process.
The Telemark Court (west of Oslo) has scheduled a three-day hearing once the Norwegian Nazi accepts the procedure after the minimum sentence set for him at the time, an indefinite prison for dangerous prisoners, although he Hopes of release are slim.
Breivik was sentenced to 21 years in prison., the maximum penalty under Norwegian law and a figure equivalent to a life sentence, as it can be extended indefinitely, although prisoners have the right to periodically review it.
Prosecutors had objected to the petition months ago, arguing that he was in real danger of committing a serious crime again, so it must now be resolved by the courts.
On July 22, 2011, Breivik planted a van bomb on the government compound in Oslo. killed 8 people.
He then went to Utoja, the site of the annual Labour youth camp, where he executed dozens of people he believed were defenders of multiculturalism and a threat to Norway for just over an hour.