Former head of Court Medical Commission says Breivik not psychotic
Norwegian television station, TV2, reports that Randi Rosenqvist, former head of the Court Medical Commission that reviews all reports filed by court-appointed psychiatrists, has been contracted by Ila Prison to evaluate whether solitary confinement affected Anders Behring Breivik’s mental health. Rosenqvist was head of the Court Medical Commission from 1998 to 2009.
Rosenqvist presented three memos to Ila Prison. The first was based upon information provided by the prison and media, and the other two are based on two meetings she had with Breivik. In none of the memos does Rosenqvist report any signs of psychosis in Breivik.
In an interview with the German news magazine, Der Spiegel, Rosenquist expressed doubt about the diagnosis assigned by the court-appointed psychiatrists. “What I maintain is that I am concerned that the court-appointed psychiatrists have not considered other possible diagnoses in the spectrum of personality disorders,” she said to TV2.
The former, longtime leader of the forensic commission was commissioned by Ila prison written three notes about Anders Behring Breivik to assess his mental health has been affected by the detention in complete isolation in prison….
Not in connection with any of the reports is the experienced psychiatrist signs of psychosis in Breivik….
Original article: Tidligere kommisjonsleder: – Breivik er ikke psykotisk