Norway Mass Shooter Hunger Strike: I’m Being “Tortured” Without Play Station 3
Calling himself a “human rights activist”, this Norwegian murderer gives a list of demands for his 21-year prison sentence in Norwegian prison saying he “won’t manage to survive that long” under his current living conditions.
Hunger strike? Go ahead…
Via Daily Caller:
Anders Breivik, the mass shooter who killed 77 people in Norway in 2011, says that he is “in hell” and will go on a hunger strike unless prison authorities upgrade his PlayStation video game and provide him with other luxuries.
“Other inmates have access to adult games while I only have the right to play less interesting kids games. One example is ‘Rayman Revolution,’ a game aimed at three year olds,” wrote Breivik, in a letter to authorities written in November and recently obtained by Agence France-Presse (AFP).
Breivik currently has a PlayStation 2, but he wants a PlayStation 3. Anything less is “torture,” he wrote in the correspondence obtained by AFP.
I’m pretty sure Norway wouldn’t have the threat of a prison uprising if they followed Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s: reform strategy that jail shouldn’t be fun and comfortable, is should be insufferable. What would Sheriff Joe say about these summer-camp-like conditions with personal TV’s, video game consoles, and sofa chairs?
Note to bad guys: If you want to be a criminal, it does pay to do crime in Norway… say the word and we can provide the one-way ticket!
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Yesterday I see a news story about a woman being arrested for spray painting over a pro Israel, anti Jihad
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