...in Norway. My real question is, is his treatment too humane, considering the atrocities committed by this man? I am all for human rights and stuff, but should it not be based on nature of crimes committed by someone? Now, this is the kind of cell Breivik is kept in: This is what Breivik has access to in his confinement: Three cells - one for sleeping, one for studying, one for exercising - plus daily access to exercise yard Can play video games, watch TV and read newspapers Has a computer (without internet access) Can prepare his own food and do his own washing Has phone conversations with a "female friend" Contact with prison staff, lawyers, a priest, health professionals Has declined to play chess with volunteers Built a gingerbread house as part of a prison competition In fact, at one point he had complained about not having access to "adult" video games. On one hand, I applaud Norway for their progressive prison system, but should there be exceptions based on the nature of crime committed? I mean, this is a man who gave a nazi salute (reportedly) on his first day in court, is a known right extremist and is already convicted of the deadliest attack in Norway since WW II. I am not one for capital punishment or such, but if this would've been any other country, I am sure the punishment would've been very different. How do you feel about his sentence? Is Norwegian judicial system too lenient, or is it justified on the name of human rights?