When you are soft on murders, this is bound to happen. Norway believes everyone in their prisons will return to society, and I guess that includes this psycho.
Norway’s prison system is known as one of the most humane in the entire world.
But that hasn’t stopped right-wing extremist Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people in Norway in 2011, from suing the state foralleged violations of his human rights at Oslo Prison.
At Oslo, Breivik’s cell has three rooms, complete with a computer, television, and game console, according to Agence France-Presse. His prison, luxurious by US standards, isn’t an anomaly, either.
“This is prison utopia,” American prison warden James Conway said in made-for-TV documentary “The Norden” when he visited Halden, another Norwegian prison, in 2014.
“I don’t think you can go any more liberal — other than giving the inmates the keys.”
Halden’s 75-acre facility tries to maintain as much normalcy as possible, an important concept in the Norwegian prison system, Jan Stromnes, deputy head of the prison, said in the documentary. That means no bars on the windows, fully equipped kitchens, and friendships between guards and inmates.