Oslo District Court found that the conditions of Anders Breivik are "inhuman." According to the provided information, he was served cold coffee and food from the microwave, he has an old game console and stays in camera of only three rooms. The Government of Norway is very pleased with the decision and recognizes the big victory of democracy, informs topic.lt.
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Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik was convicted of killing 77 people in Oslo and on Utoya island in 2011. April 20 this year, he managed to win a lawsuit against the Ministry of Justice. Oslo District Court ruled in favor of the plaintiff, who claims that his conditions of detention in prison are "inhumane".
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