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originally posted by: Mianeye
There are some cases where the Norwegian prison system doesn't seem right.
This guy have way too much "freedom".
Anders Behring Breivik's prison: Ila near Oslo
He even have the nerves to complain.
Therefore, prisoners like Breivik are given greater contact with prison officers and more opportunities for work, education and other activities. "The idea is to increase contacts with the prison staff who are tasked with keeping him active, doing physical exercise with him, talking to him," Ms Bjercke told the Associated Press news agency. "Isolation is torture."
"I like to put it this way: he's a human being," said Ms Bjercke. "He has human rights. This is about creating a humane prison regime."
originally posted by: Dabrazzo
a reply to: Serdgiam
Its funny seeing some peoples comments deriding this system when it is blindingly obvious this works and is clearly better for a society. Some people just dont get it I guess.
- In America prisoners live under appalling conditions....
Currently, only six U.S. states allow prison conjugal visits within their prison systems: California, Connecticut, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York and Washington.