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Re: Anders Behring Breivik

Nelasītas ziņa 9K116 » 01 Dec 2011 15:01

tas_pats_lv raksta:Daudz pareizāks risinājums būtu viņu nejauši nošaut.
Nē, noteikti nē. Jo:
1. Notikuma brīdī jau vēl nevarēja droši zināt, ka viņš darbojas viens. Šādā situācijā ir jāņem dzīvs, kas, gadījumā, ja viņš darbojas grupā, dod cerību, ka viņš sāks koļīties un tad varēs ņemt arī pārējos no grupas.
2. Ja būtu nošauts `pretojoties aizturēšanai`, panestos sazvērestības teorijas par to, ka šamējo novāca, lai netiktu klāt īstajiem vainīgajiem un/vai organizētājiem.

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Re: Anders Behring Breivik

Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 05 Dec 2011 12:28

Tu tomēr skaties uz šo problēmu no kaut kādas sistēmas viedokļa. Bet ja tavam bērnam būtu uzbrukts, tai salā, vai tava velme nogalināt Andersu būtu tagad noziedzīga? Proti, nekas jau nav atrisnāts.

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Re: Anders Behring Breivik

Nelasītas ziņa 9K116 » 27 Dec 2011 22:53

tas_pats_lv raksta:Tu tomēr skaties uz šo problēmu no kaut kādas sistēmas viedokļa.
Jā, es cenšos to darīt profesionāli :)
tas_pats_lv raksta:Bet ja tavam bērnam būtu uzbrukts, tai salā, vai tava velme nogalināt Andersu būtu tagad noziedzīga? Proti, nekas jau nav atrisnāts.
Principā - jā, būtu. Vēl jo vairāk, pirms izmeklēšanas pabeigšanas tas nedotu pārliecību par to, ka viņš bija/ir vienīgais vainīgais vai iesaistītais. Aresta brīdī to varēja zināt vēl mazāk, līdz ar to policijas pieņemtais lēmums ņemt šamējo dzīvu ir pareizs no dajebkāda viedokļa.

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Re: Anders Behring Breivik

Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 02 Feb 2012 13:53

Man īstenībā patīk tā sauktie "mēdiji". jebko var pārsvērst komiskos atgadījumos . :)
Zviedrijas-Šveices inženiertehnoloģiju kompānija ABB atzinusi, ka apsvērusi domu sazināties ar laikrakstu redaktoriem, lai lūgtu viņus pārtraukt izmantot tās nosaukumu, saīsinot masu slepkavas Andersa Beringa Breivīka (Anders Behring Breivik) vārdu
ABB nav vienīgā kompānija, kurai «galvassāpes» sagādājis slepkava Breivīks. Populārais Francijas apģērbu zīmols Lacoste pagājušā gada septembrī lūdza policijai novērst to, ka Breivīks turpina valkāt džemperi, uz kura ir ikoniskais zīmola logo - krokodils. Sarkanajā Lacoste džemperī, uz kura labi pamanāms populārais logo, Breivīks pastāvīgi ieradās tiesā un šīs fotogrāfijas bija redzamas medijos.
http://www.db.lv/pasaule/par-slepkavas- ... abb-251516

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Re: Anders Behring Breivik

Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 06 Feb 2012 18:11

Feb 6, 9:08 AM EST
Norway mass killer demands medal at court hearing

By BJOERN H. AMLAND
Associated Press
OSLO, Norway (AP) -- The right-wing extremist who has admitted killing 77 people in the worst peacetime massacre that Norway has ever seen told a court Monday that he deserves a medal of honor for the bloodshed and demanded to be set free.
Anders Behring Breivik smirked as he was led in to the Oslo district court, handcuffed and dressed in a dark suit, for his last scheduled detention hearing before the trial starts in April. He stretched out his arms in what his lawyer Geir Lippestad said was "some kind of right-wing extremist greeting."
Reading from prepared remarks, the 32-year-old Norwegian told the court that the July 22 massacre - carried out with a bomb, a rifle and a handgun - was a strike against "traitors" he said are embracing immigration to promote "an Islamic colonization of Norway."
Like in previous hearings, Breivik admitted to setting off the bomb outside the government headquarters in Oslo and opening fire at a Labor Party youth camp on Utoya island, outside the capital, but denied criminal responsibility and rejected the authority of the court.
About 100 survivors and relatives of victims watched in disbelief, as Breivik asked to be released, and told the judge he should receive a military honor for Norway's most deadly peacetime attacks.
Judge Wenche Gjelsten ordered him to remain in custody until the trial begins on April 16. Breivik faces terror charges, which carry up to 21 years in prison. However, if he's deemed gravely mentally ill he will be sent to psychiatric care.
"It wasn't good that he got to say what he wanted to say," said Amel Baltic, a 16-year-old survivor of the Utoya massacre. "It made me irritated."
Many survivors have expressed concern that Breivik will use court hearings to draw attention to his extremist views.
A psychiatric evaluation found Breivik criminally insane, but a second evaluation was ordered amid criticism against that diagnosis. Breivik has refused to cooperate with psychiatrists in the second review.
Unlike the only previous public hearing, Breivik this time agreed to let himself be photographed before the proceedings began. Lippestad, the defense lawyer, suggested Breivik's remarks on Monday foreshadowed what's to come in the trial.
"It's a preparation for the trial. Much of this case is about his personality," Lippestad said.
Breivik claims he's a commander of a militant organization aiming to overthrow European governments and replace them with "patriotic" regimes that would deport Muslim immigrants.
Police have not found any trace of this supposed network of "Knights Templar" and say Breivik carried out the attacks on his own

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Re: Anders Behring Breivik

Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 15 Mai 2012 14:44

Anders Breivik Trial: Man Sets Himself Alight Outside Courtroom
Huffington Post UK | By Michael Rundle Posted: 15/05/2012 13:08 Updated: 15/05/2012 13:30
A Norwegian man has reportedly set himself on fire outside the trial of mass killer Anders Breivik.
According to journalists present at the trial the man was found aflame attempting to get into the courtroom.
It was reported the man has been taken to hospital.
Breivik is accused of killing 8 people in a bombing outside a government building in Oslo, and shooting dead 69 people including many children on the nearby island of Utoya during a political youth camp, in July 2011.
Breivik has admitted carrying out the killings but denies criminal responsibility.
His trial centers on whether he was sane during the killings, and will be sent either to prison under a maximum 21-year sentence or to a psychiatric institution.
Earlier the court heard from a victim of the Utoya shooting, who described how she escaped after being shot.
Ina Rangones said that she got shot in the face, both arms and her left breast - "then I ran" she said.
"I remember the feeling of being shot. I thought my hands were shot off as I couldn't feel anything," she said, adding that she could "taste" the blood and the bullet as it passed through.
"I was sure I was going to die," she said.
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012/05 ... 17376.html

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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 22 Jūn 2012 22:57

Anders Behring Breivik resists insanity claim by prosecution

Prosecutors claim Norwegian is a delusional psychotic schizophrenic, but killer wants to be found sane
Mark Lewis in Oslo
guardian.co.uk, Thursday 21 June 2012 19.19 BST
Anders Behring Breivik trial hears closing statements Link to this video: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/video/2 ... rial-video

Norway is facing the prospect that Anders Behring Breivik could evade prison and live out his days in a specially constructed hospital after prosecutors asked judges in Oslo to rule him insane.
However, Breivik, who admits killing eight people in a bomb blast in the centre of Oslo before driving to nearby island Utøya and slaughtering 69 more, mostly teenage members of the Labour party youth wing, wants to be found sane.
If he gets his way he can be sentenced to 21 years in prison, with a provision to keep him longer if still considered dangerous. Crucially for Breivik, who claims to be part of a pan-European rightwing terror network called The Knights Templar, a jail sentence would also allow him to burnish his credentials as a political prisoner rather than be written off as a madman.

The self-styled anti-Islamic militant said his victims were legitimate targets in his battle against the "cultural-Marxists" encouraging an Islamic colonisation of Europe.
Two court-ordered psychiatric reports commissioned since he carried out the attacks on 22 July last year have reached contradictory conclusions on his sanity. The first concluded he was a psychotic paranoid schizophrenic, the second that he had narcissistic and anti-social personality disorders but was criminally responsible.
State attorney Svein Holden said any doubt must favour an insanity judgement. "In our opinion it is worse that a psychotic person is sentenced to preventative detention than a non-psychotic person is sentenced to compulsory mental healthcare," he said. The wishes of the defendant were an irrelevance.
Holden and co-prosecutor Inga Bejer Engh relied heavily on evidence from the first report, which concluded Breivik was a psychotic paranoid schizophrenic, based on observations of paranoid delusions, a withdrawal from social interaction in 2006, and his use of neologisms to describe his deluded thoughts.
Quoting from the report, Holden said the basis of their assessment was structured around the core delusion that: "He believes he is going to save us all from doom in the fight between good and evil. In this fight he believes he has the responsibility to say who will live and who will die. This responsibility is rooted in a senior position in a non-existent organisation."

On Friday Breivik's defence team will make an obligatory demand for his release.


"We understand the wider picture around this case," said Vibeka Hein Baera, one of Breivik's defence attorneys. She also admitted that Breivik was putting pressure on the team to prove he had no personality disorders but said they would focus on proving his criminal responsibility.
As he was led away the defendant issued his closed fist salute for the first time since the first week of this trial. He also smiled throughout Holden's closing statements and shook his head.
Breivik's bravado deserted him earlier in the day though as Engh demolished his heroic interpretation of his own life since 2002, describing instead a "tragic person" who had failed to become the success he thought he should be
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Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 17 Aug 2012 12:03

16 August 2012 Last updated at 22:29 GMT
Norway police chief quits over Breivik report
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-19290947
Norway's police chief Oeystein Maeland has resigned after an inquiry found that mass killer Anders Behring Breivik could have been stopped last year.
Mr Maeland took up his post days before Breivik murdered 77 people in a bombing in Oslo and a gun attack on a summer camp on Utoeya Island.
The independent report said on Monday the bombing could have been prevented.
It also criticised the "unacceptable" amount of time which police took to respond to the shootings.
The tone of the inquiry was also markedly different from an earlier police report which concluded that none of the officers on duty had hesitated in carrying out their duties.

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Re: Anders Behring Breivik

Nelasītas ziņa tas_pats_lv » 24 Aug 2012 14:01

24 August 2012 Last updated at 10:44 GMT
Anders Behring Breivik: Norway court finds him sane
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-19365616
A Norwegian court has found that mass killer Anders Behring Breivik is sane and sentenced him to 21 years in jail.
Breivik admitted killing 77 people and wounding more than 240 others when he bombed central Oslo and then opened fire at an island youth camp last year.
He insisted he was sane and refused to plead guilty, seeking to justify his attacks by saying they were necessary to stop the "Islamisation" of Norway.
Prosecutors had called for him to be considered insane.
The five judges were unanimous in ruling that Breivik was sane.
He was convicted of terrorism and premeditated murder, and given the maximum sentence of 21 years' imprisonment.
However, that can be prolonged at a later date if he is deemed to remain a danger to society.

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