The Norwegian Supreme court refused to improve the conditions of detention of Breivik

Anders Breivik

The Norwegian Supreme court refused to consider the complaint of Anders Breivik on the conditions of his detention in prison. About it reports Reuters.

“The appeal panel of the Supreme Court June 8, 2017 unanimously decided not to consider Anders Behring Breivik in the proceedings instituted by them against the state”, — stated in the decision.

Lawyers for the terrorist have declared that do not agree with the decision and will appeal it in the European court of human rights (ECHR)

Breivik is trying to abolish issued in March of this year the verdict of the Norwegian court of appeal, which ruled that the content of Breivik in a two-bedroom solitary confinement is justified because he did not repent, and posing a threat. Also, the court noted that other prisoners can deal with the terrorist, so his isolation from other prisoners as a precaution.

22 July 2011, Breivik carried out two terrorist attacks. At first he detonated a bomb in the government quarter of Oslo, killing eight people. After that, the offender went to youth camp of the ruling Norwegian labour party on the island of Utoya, where he shot another 69 people. The court sentenced Breivik to 21 years in prison is the maximum punishment under Norwegian law. The period may be extended an unlimited number of times, if the authorities deem a prisoner remains a danger to society. Terrorist held in solitary confinement.