7/22 court case to be video streamed to eighteen district courts
Adresseavisen writes that the court case against Anders Behring Breivik will be video streamed to eighteen regional courts. Erling Moe of the Court Administration (Domstoladministrasjonen) told Addresseavisen that this will be done to make it easer for the many victims to follow the case. In December, 452 survivors and a further 276 supportive individuals had indicated to the Oslo District Court (Oslo Tingrett) that they wished to follow the court case.
The broadcast will be streamed to the folowing eighteen regional courts: Nord-Troms, Inntrøndelag (Steinkjer), Sør-Trøndelag, Sunnmøre, Bergen, Kristiansand, Nedre Telemark (Skien), Tønsberg, Drammen, Fredrikstad, Hedmarken, Salten (Bodø), Haugaland (Haugesund), Jæren, Nordmøre, Alta, Indre Finnmark and Ringerike.
Erling Moe also said to the paper that the Court Administration will record the entire court case and have a copy sent to the National Archives (Riksarkivet) as historical documentation.
Transfers terror case to 18 Courthouse
The trial of accused terrorist Anders Behring Breivik be transferred to 18 regional courts around the country….
Original article: Overfører terrorsaken til 18 tinghus