The offender raised his hand ("siganul") in court immediately after police removed his handcuffs. Prior to that, he only managed to say hi to my lawyers.

One of the defenders explained the behavior of the defendant by stress: "the Main thing in prison is studying, now he is studying has stopped, and it is a sign that isolation is bad for his mental health".

Breivik believes that the conditions of his detention in prison violated the principles of the European Convention on human rights, namely the right to "private and family life" and correspondence.

In addition, according to the terrorist, violated a ban on "torture, inhuman and degrading treatment and punishment". On this occasion, and had appointed a new trial.

All correspondence Breivik perlustrated to not let him in absentia to create a terrorist organization, and all guest visits from behind glass partitions see the correctional officers. If the conditions of the offender will be considered too strict, the court will order them to soften.

The intention of the terrorist to appeal against his regime became known on March 4. Two days earlier, the Norwegian Prosecutor's office said that the norms of the European Convention against Breivik is fully observed.

It has access to three areas of residential, educational and gym. Breivik not allowed to communicate with other prisoners, but he can talk with the guards and other prison staff. In addition, the conditions require the use of a TV, computer without Internet access and video game consoles.

Anders Breivik on 22 July 2011 committed two terrorist attacks: an explosion in the government quarter in Oslo and the attack on the youth camp of the ruling Norwegian labour party on the island of Utoya. Killing 77 people. The court sentenced Breivik to 21 years in prison is the maximum punishment provided by local law. He is held in solitary confinement.

While in prison, Breivik several times complained about the conditions of detention. For example, in June 2015 he said that the prison authorities intercepted his letters addressed to the media.