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how do you get 21 years after killing 77 people?


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its their max sentence and will be reviewed at the end, doesnt mean he is free at that point.


but yeah, kinda strange. he gets a really nice cell with his own private workout area and computer room too. seems very odd.

 

 

All the reports I'm reading talk about his living arrangements up to the moment the verdict was delivered. Despite being a {censored}ing madman, he was innocent until proven guilty. To be in custody for that long, he still had certain rights. I'm not sure that he'll have all of those comforts now he's been sent down.

 

Norway does have progressive attitudes to punishment and rehabilitation. Would the death penalty have been a good thing? Probably not. The risk with the death penalty is that you create a martyr.

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He will be in prison for at least 21 years (maximum penalty over there). After these 21 years, the government will decide what will happen next. There's a very good chance that they're going to add another 5 years at that point. And they can keep adding 5 years. So he'll most likely be in prison for life.

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Well, the point he was trying to make was that his country was too liberal so....

 

he sure proved that :idk:

 

will he be automatically set free in 21 years? he'll be older, hopefully more sane and mature. im sure they teach him something in prison

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Well, the point he was trying to make was that his country was too liberal so....

 

he sure proved that :idk:

 

will he be automatically set free in 21 years? or will they re-evaluate him at that point? he'll be older, hopefully more sane and mature. im sure they teach him something in prison

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