Norwegian mass murderer says prison ‘violates his human rights’
Mass murderer Anders Breivik has written a letter to the Norwegian prison authorities complaining about the conditions in jail.
The 33-year-old, convicted of killing 77 people, claims the tight security at an Oslo prison violates his human rights and the UN Torture Convention.
Breivik also claims that restricted access to a computer and censoring his correspondence ‘violates his freedom of speech,’ his lawyer said today.
After his prison sentence was handed down on August 24, Breivik has in practice been denied access to the computer which was provided for him before the court ruling, lawyer Tord Jordet told AFP.
Furthermore, all letters he sends and receives are censored as soon as politics is mentioned, he added.