Nazi greetings and posters with right-wing extremist messages. What is acceptable in Norwegian courtrooms?
On Tuesday, Anders Behring Breivik arrived at Telemark District Court. It was the first day of negotiations that lasts until Thursday. The mass murderer wants parole. He is sentenced to 21 years in custody.
As many times before, Breivik tried to convey a political message when he entered the courtroom. He made Nazi salutes to the press and to the judge. On a bag and his suit he had posters with a far-right message.
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