Sunday, November 18, 2012

What Did He Expect?

Life in maximum security doesn't agree with mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik.
He would like butter, a new pen, more comfortable handcuffs and a view, thank you very much!
The Norwegian extremist, convicted of the murders of 77 people in 2011, is serving 21yrs in max-security near Oslo. But Poor Diddums is not happy with the accommodations... even though his three-cell suite has a television and exercise equipment (yes!!).
I really AM a nice guy, you know.
In a 27-page letter to officials, this bastard recently bemoaned the "800" strip searches he has undergone. He says he'd enjoy more social interaction, because he's alone with just his thoughts for "23 hours and 55 minutes" on a typical day and speaks only with his guards. He's denied a computer or internet access to prevent him from spreading his racial hatred bile. He's also complained about being supervised while shaving and brushing his teeth and, because of the "mental strain" this causes, he's forced to limit those activities to once a week. Nor is he permitted to keep hydrating skin cream, and his quarters are drab and without a view. Switches for his lights and tv are outside his suite of cells, which means he has to call the guards to turn them on and off. Breivik dislikes handcuffs too because the steel edges cut into his wrists, and he dreads putting them on for each trip outside his cell. Without a thermos, his coffee frequently goes cold. Awwwwwwwwwww!!!
But wait, there's more! He's complaining his phone calls and mail are unfairly censored, that his freedom of speech is being violated. Only correspondence from "New Testament Christians and other people who do not like me" has reached him in recent months. Breivik would like to pursue his literary ambitions while in prison, he says, but those aspirations are being thwarted by the stab-resistant safety pen he's been provided, "a nightmare of a tool" that causes his hand to cramp. The pen is "an almost indescribable manifestation of sadism," he writes... though presumably it didn't stop him from writing his lengthy letter of complaint: "I highly doubt that there are worse detention facilities in Norway." No, he's probably right, but then Breivik is considered the most heinous offender in modern Scandinavian history. But his lodgings are commensurate with Norway's typically humane treatment of its convicts.
As I previously speculated, Norway has made a rod for its own back, keeping this piece of filth alive and well. A spell in a gulag would soon straighten him out...and save on a return ticket!

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