News broke today that a 42 page transcript was stolen which contained one of the interrogations of Commander Breivik. There were several leaks to the press so this seems to be one of the many cases of police corruption in Norway.
In late 2013 Breivik wrote a letter to Lars Gule. It’s a short handwritten letter where he asks Gule to drop by and discuss politics. He wrote other political experts with the same request. Quite possibly he views this as a way to circumvent the strict isolation regime. A translation is available on the Breivik Archive.
Lars Gule and Øystein Sørensen have accepted the invitation and are planning to interview Breivik in May.
A Norwegian translation of the chapter summaries of 2083 is available.
I have a German and Russian machine-translation as well, but they need to be fixed up. If anyone is interested in doing this, which will take about 8 hours, send me a PM and I’ll hand you the files and instructions.
In a recent comment to Aftenposten Breivik’s laywer, Tord Jordet, has stated that Breivik’s isolation is a clear human rights violation and that Breivik is still in the process of taking legal action.
Aftenposten editor, Espen Egil Hansen, has spoken out as well. He points out, as I’ve pointed out in the past, that there was a common agreement that 7/22 shouldn’t change Norway. The level of isolation Breivik is exposed to is unprecedented however, and violates several international guidelines regarding the humane treatment of prisoners. This implies that Norway has changed.
Countries with post-revolutionary constitutions, like the USA, clearly state that prisoners must be treated humanely. This in the knowledge that totalitarian governments will use inhumane treatment to discourage political dissent.
Of course Norway has been changed by Multiculturalism and will continue to change for the worse. More and more Europeans radicalize every day and there will come a time when even outright torture won’t stop them from resisting their genocide.