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Anders Breivik: Neo-Nazi who killed 77 people wins human rights case for 'inhuman treatment' in prison - Mirror Online

21.4.16

Anders Breivik: Neo-Nazi who killed 77 people wins human rights case for 'inhuman treatment' in prison - Mirror Online: But Breivik's conditions in prison breached an article in the European Convention on Human Rights prohibiting inhuman and degrading treatment, the Oslo district court said in a statement.

The ruling specifically cited Breivik's isolation in two different prisons since his arrest on July 22 2011.

It also said authorities had not given enough attention to his mental health when determining his conditions in prison.

The court dismissed Breivik's claim that the government had also violated his right to respect for private and family life.

It ordered the government to pay Breivik's legal costs of 331,000 kroner (�28,000).


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