Oslo Terror Suspect Could Face Only 21 Years in Prison!

by Ryan on July 24, 2011

in Europe,International Relations,War on Terror

The two recent terror attacks in Oslo, Norway, saw both a terror bombing and random shooting spree that has thus far taken the lives of 93 people.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to the survivors, families of the fallen, and the Norwegian people.

Authorities have caught a man, Anders Behring Breivik, who’s taken responsibility for both incidents and who has a long, rambling Unabomber-like manifesto taking aim at the multi-culti attitude Europe has adopted toward Muslims.

According to Norwegian law there’s no death penalty, nor are there jail sentences which last longer than 21 years, even for terrorism!  In my opinion, massacring all those people should provoke an exception to the rule — at least keep him in prison until he dies.  Is this guy going to pay his debt to society by 2032?  Is 21 years enough time to be rehabilitated for killing 93 people in cold blood?  I don’t think so.

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Nick July 24, 2011 at 7:57 pm

I fully agree with you. This law should be changed. Or at least expanded upon when it harms more than 1 person.


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