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The Norwegian terrorist and mass murderer is "insane", psychiatrists conclude


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As you probably know and remember. This past summer in Norway, Anders Behring Breivik, a conservative, islamophobic and Christian terrorist, detonated a car bomb outside the office of the country’s Prime Minister and other government buildings in Oslo. Less than two hours later on the island of Utøya the fascist opened fire at a political youth camp organized by the youth organization (AUF) of the Norwegian Labour Party (AP) killing nearly 70 people, many of whom were only children, and wounding many more.

Now the court-appointed psychiatrists have concluded that the terrorist is "insane", AJE reports.

"The man who admitted killing 77 people in Norway earlier this year might never be sentenced for the crime. Two court-appointed psychiatrists said Anders Behring Breivik cannot be held responsible because he was insane at the time that he committed the worst massacre in the country's recent history."

Norway has abolished life imprisonment. But if he is "insane" and they consider him to be dangerous to society he could be locked away indefinitely, just like AJE reports. So I doub't this terrorist will walk free any time soon.

What do you think?

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