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New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)

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  • 27 Aug, 2012  |
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It seems like Norway is the best place in the world for mass murders. Let's see where Anders Breivik will spend the next 21 years of his life for the murder of 77 innocent men and women. Welcome to the Ila Detention and Security Prison in Oslo, Norway. Anders Breivik's prison cell, or should I call it apartment, has three rooms - bedroom, working room and gym. You can see the bedroom in the first photo.

1 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)

After Breivik will move into the cell the bedroom will look like this.


2 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)

And the working room will look like this one.


3 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)

There is a free dentist service.


4 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)

Library.


5 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)

A Gym




6 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)


7 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)

Anders Breivik will get 8 euro (10 USD) a day to buy fresh fruits, candies, etc. at the jail store.



8 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)


9 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)


10 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)


11 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)


12 New Home for Anders Breivik (12 pics)


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№1 Author: candysack (27 Aug 2012 01:17) Total user comments: 1436


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21 years and a place like that for one of the worlds most nutorious murderers??? 13

and what will he do when he gets out at the age of 50 something? maybe he repeats the whole thing...then at the age of 70 again....then maybe, since he is so well kept and fit at prison, at the age of 90 he does it one more time

Fuck you Norway with your liberal justice system just fuck you...
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№2 Author: goldenme (27 Aug 2012 01:17) Total user comments: 64


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so there is no punishment? 13
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№3 Author: Nguyenazn (27 Aug 2012 01:29) Total user comments: 1144


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Ok i have to ask wtf is this ! a prison for punishment or for joy ?
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№4 Author: Skurupu (27 Aug 2012 01:34) Total user comments: 427


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I am norwegian, and I am proud of our prison system. The point is not punishment, but rehabilitation.

Also, Breivik will not have access to all of this. He will be the only person in norway to be guarded under very heavy security. Meaning he will spend his life in solitary confinment, locked in his cell for most of the time.

And lasty, HE DID NOT GET SENTENCED TO 21 YEARS! He got sentenced to 21 to life. After the 21 years is up, he will be reevalueted every 5 years, and he will not be set free if he is deemed a danger to society.

So please, take a chill pill and get your facts straight. This man will never be free.
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№5 Author: OMeisekiyume (27 Aug 2012 01:40) Total user comments: 76


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Skurupu, I want to be reabilitated here.
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№6 Author: Skurupu (27 Aug 2012 01:48) Total user comments: 427


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Answer this question:

Who would you rather have in society:

1: A man who has been sitting in solitary confinment for 20 years, no interaction with anybody.

2: A man who has taken an education, sobered up and had a 9-5 job inside the walls.

We rehabilitate for the greater good of our society. In the states, prison is boot camp for hardcore criminals.
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№7 Author: plaidpancake (27 Aug 2012 01:51) Total user comments: 2475


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damn he's going to live better in prison then i do free.
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№8 Author: fagtisistim (27 Aug 2012 02:01) Total user comments: 43


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i'm going to norway for kill someone
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№9 Author: YeahRight (27 Aug 2012 03:34) Total user comments: 1632


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Hey norway....do this for us: 33

And from the rest of the world.... 27
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№10 Author: capt.huffnpuff (27 Aug 2012 05:49) Total user comments: 2801


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Skurupu, And just what makes you think that the mass murderer can be rehabilitated? Would you like to live next door to him when he got out? I wonder how the other inmates will react. 51
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№11 Author: Grunt Callahan (27 Aug 2012 06:42) Total user comments: 2285


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In the United State he would either get the death penalty or life without parole. No need for rehabilitation.
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№12 Author: gintukazz (27 Aug 2012 07:19) Total user comments: 2


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Get a deal with Russia and send him to black dolfin prison. He will be screaming for freedom in 6 month's.
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№13 Author: Jockey straddler (27 Aug 2012 09:15) Total user comments: 699


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When I am flat and out, rather than sitting at a street corner waiting for hand-outs, I reckon it is a good idea to be a mass-murderer in Norway.. 59
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№14 Author: Skurupu (27 Aug 2012 09:48) Total user comments: 427


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capt.huffnpuff,

Did you read my post? He will never be a free man. His sentence can be extended indefinitly.
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№15 Author: Keta (27 Aug 2012 10:27) Total user comments: 384


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Skurupu,

It can be extended, but that doesn't mean it will. From what I heard, he may also be eligible for parole in 10 years. I understand the need to try to rehabilitate inmates for more lighter offenses, but this monster killed 77 people, most of which were children.
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№16 Author: mahedi (27 Aug 2012 11:57) Total user comments: 10772


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This is a WIN situation for Anders Breivik
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№17 Author: candysack (27 Aug 2012 13:20) Total user comments: 1436


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Skurupu,

I appreciate you are more familiar with the facts being norwegian but what are you gonna rehabilitate on someone how dipped his bullets in pure nicotine which is poisonous by the drop so if the bullet wont do the job the poison might just do. as it was mentioned befor me he will have a better life than so many people who wrok all their life.

all you do is advertise your country for any kind of scum or hopeless people that it is rewarding to be a mass murderer in your country. if,god forbid, your family would have
been his victims you would curse your justice system 11



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№18 Author: c0ncode (27 Aug 2012 14:20) Total user comments: 273


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if he was a muslim .. then they would have put him in a shithole like guantanamo

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№19 Author: salsapopo (27 Aug 2012 14:39) Total user comments: 12723


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they said it could be 10 years 46
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№20 Author: Skurupu (27 Aug 2012 15:21) Total user comments: 427


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Well, this is a very unique case, as we have never had any mass murders in Norway. It's safe to say that our justice system is not prepared for this kind of a trial.

Since we can't change the law and sentence him retroactively, we had to give him our current heaviest punishment, which is 21 years, with the posibility to extend indefinitly. It is likely that our justice system will be changed, to accomodate for hideous crimes like this in the future.

Norway has a very low crime rate, and I guess you can say we are kind of naive.

@Candyshack, you would be suprised to find that the families of the deceased are very happy with the sentence, and glad that it is over, so they can forget about Breivik and move on with their lives. Norwegians typically don't hold grudges, and we are a forgiving people.

In the weeks after the killings, we stood together in sorrow, not anger and vengefulness
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№21 Author: Jinxaruny (27 Aug 2012 15:41) Total user comments: 10324


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Ok, I'm gunna go and murder a few people... sheesh, he's got it better than so many people now! Not right, at all! 13 79
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№22 Author: candysack (27 Aug 2012 15:45) Total user comments: 1436


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Skurupu,

I see where you are coming from and i wish the whole world was more like you guys, it would probably be a better place.

it is just infuriating, even though it has hardly anything to do with us, that this will be his punishment, while in most of the countries, for killing 1 person the way he did, he would have got executed or rott in a hole.

i support ur mentality overall and hope such thing wont happen anymore, not there, not anywhere
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№23 Author: Vansara (27 Aug 2012 17:24) Total user comments: 189


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omfg 13


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№24 Author: DeadlyNinja (27 Aug 2012 18:16) Total user comments: 96


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whaaaaaa..i wanna live there..
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№25 Author: Lu (27 Aug 2012 18:51) Total user comments: 15082


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#12 Everything is so nice over there, even the stop sign sez: STOPP, meaning: STOP PLEASE.
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№26 Author: Skurupu (27 Aug 2012 19:33) Total user comments: 427


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And BTW, all these photos are generic stockphotos from Ila Prison. Breivik's cell is alot more minimalistic.

Go to this page

http://www.nrk.no/227/dag-for-
dag/slik-skal-breivik-bo-1.828
8654

to see a video of the specially constructed holding area.

It's in norwegian, but click and watch the first video.
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№27 Author: candysack (27 Aug 2012 20:03) Total user comments: 1436


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I just watched the above link and if he has to have a laptop afterall then hopefully his favourite forums where he wrote about his plans are blocked. still he is going to be up-to-date with news i think it is dangerous for such a guy to have access to the internet.

hope all he can watch is a twilight saga marathon 24/7
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№28 Author: Skurupu (27 Aug 2012 20:13) Total user comments: 427


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I don't know if he will have internet access at all.

But if he does, it will ofcourse be heavily limited and supervised.
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№29 Author: Brak61 (27 Aug 2012 20:52) Total user comments: 676


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Should've just executed him and been done with it. 79 Rehabilitation has never worked, never will.
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№30 Author: Naphia (27 Aug 2012 22:02) Total user comments: 1071


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Skurupu,

Thank you very much for straightening out the facts. Although I'm not sure whether Breivik can ever rehabilitated, I think that the Norwegian system is pretty good (if you think about what could happen in Russia, China and even the United States), because it doesn't demand vengeance for the past, but looks more towards the future, which is in my opinion a very reasonable idea.
Best wishes and much peace to Norway
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