As noted on this blog back in 2011, Anders Breivik's sentence of 21 years comes to about 14 weeks per life taken. The lives of innocent people are pretty cheap in Norway if you only get 14 weeks for taking one.
Yet, as noted here last year, a Norway court found that even this outrageously lenient sentence was being executed inhumanely because Breivik's "three-room prison suite furnished with a treadmill, a refrigerator, a DVD player, a Sony PlayStation, a desk, a television, and a radio" was too isolated.
Today, Agence France-Presse reports:
Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik has not been treated "inhumanely" by being held in isolation in prison, an Oslo appeals court has ruled, overturning a lower court judgment.
"Breivik is not, and has not, been subjected to torture or inhuman or degrading treatment," it said.
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