Posts Tagged ‘Detention restrictions’
Aftenposten reports that yesterday’s scheduled questioning by police was terminated earlier than planned as Anders Behring Breivik refused to continue answering questions until the police put in writing an agreement that has been made that he is guaranteed acess to a PC with specific software for his entire imprisonment.
When he was arrested on Utøya on 7/22/11, Breivik demanded a computer with a downloaded version of the free, internet-based encyclopedia, Wikipedia. One of Breivik’s lawyers, Tord Jordet, says to Aftenposten that Breivik will not answer any further questions of the police until the agreement is presented in writing. Jordet says, however, that since these issues have already been agreed upon, and the police have said a written confirmation will be provided, it is a matter for the police to get a written statement in place.
Therefore Breivik refuses to let himself examine
Persons charged with terrorist Anders Behring Breivik requires a written agreement that he should keep a PC with Word and print on the cell during the entire sentence….
Original article: Derfor nekter Breivik å la seg avhøre
Breivik refuse to examine further
“There is talk that he wants an assurance that the police and he agreed already entered into verbal agreements about the arrangements for his detention conditions and further imprisonment. He wants to have it formalized, something he has wanted for months. Until it is in place, he does not want to let himself be questioned any further by the police,” said Jordet to Dagbladet….
“He was told that this should exist in writing before the hearing yesterday and when it did not exist, it was ended,” said Jordet.
Original article: Breivik nekter å la seg avhøre videre
Anders Behring Breivik is postive towards receiving visits from friends, family and others, when the visitor control restriction is removed on Monday, says one of his lawyers, Tord Jordet, to Aftenposten. According to the prison rules, Breivik may receive one visit per week. Many people have expressed interest in meeting Brevik, and there have been numerous interview requests.
Before Christmas, Breivik was in doubt about granting interviews, but now he has decided he would like to make himself available. He is particularly interested in prioritizing news distributors from Great Britain, France and Germany, since the bulk of his network and contacts are in these countries, Jordet says. Breivik is open to giving interviews to conservative bloggers, not just big media outlets. He wishes interviews with him to be published unabridged in their entirety, so this may be a pre-condition for granting an interview, Jordet says.
Behring Breivik wishes visits in prison
9 January repealed letters and visits control Behring Breivik.
That means he will have the opportunity to receive visits under the supervision of the police.
“Many people have approached the defenders with a desire to visit Behring Breivik. A number of inquiries are also sent to prison, and to direct Breivik, said his defense Tord Ground to Aftenposten.no….
According to the defender has both Norwegian and foreign media have made request to interview.
“It is both Norwegian and foreign media. We get inquiries from all over the world,” he says….
Original article: Behring Breivik ønsker besøk i fengselet
Anders Behring Breivik’s lawyer, Geir Lippestad, says to Dagbladet that Breivik intends to start writing and sending letters. Responding to Dagbladet, Lippestad says Breivik will most likely write to people and organizations that have similar views to his own. He has received correspondence from people saying that they share his opinions and he wishes to answer them. Vibeke Hein Bæra, one of Breivik’s lawyers, says that most of the correspondence and money he has received has come from abroad.
Police cancel Monday letter and visit control Breivik. The 32-year-old will then have access to stamps and will now send the letter himself.
“He has said he wants to send letters. He has not done it yet, but he has stamps and he has said he will do it….”
As Dagbladet wrote Wednesday, the police have stopped less than ten letters sent to Breivik. The control is stopped now, but the prison will take over responsibility. The same applies to visits….
Original article: - Breivik vil sende brev til meningsfeller
Related article: Breivik’s correspondence/visitor restrictions to be lifted
Verdens Gang (VG) reports that prosecuters will not ask for an extension of Anders Behring Breivik’s currrent letter and visitor control. Up until now, all correspondence to Breivik has been screened by the police.
So far, all the letters and visits to Breivik been under scrutiny. Now cancel the prosecution control….
Next incarceration meeting is Monday 6 February 2012. In previous incarceration meeting on 14 November, letters and restraining transferred to the control. Before Christmas, Breivik also have access to the media on his cell in Ila prison.
VG has previously written that Breivik has received large amounts of mail by 22 July, from everything from marriage proposals to people who want to heal him.
Dagbladet wrote yesterday that he has received monies in several letters, but VG knows it is only talking about a small amount of money in a letter.
Original article: Opphever Breiviks brev- og besøkskontroll