(Oslo, Norway) Anders Behring Breivik, convicted of killing 77 people in Norway has threatened a hunger strike unless he gets new video games and an upgraded video system on which to play them.
Breivik admitted he used violent video games to practice shooting and prepare for his attack.
He’s mad because he says he is only allowed to play children’s video games and his video game system is getting old.
In a letter to the court he wrote, “Other inmates have access to adult games while I only have the right to play less interesting kids game. One example is ‘Rayman Revolution,’ a game aimed at 3-year-olds.”
He also demanded that his weekly allowance of $49 be doubled.
Modern Norway prison cells are reportedly more like a hotel room than a U.S. cell, and a life sentence there is a maximum of 21 years.
“You’ve put me in hell … and I won’t manage to survive that long. You are killing me.”
Breivik also wants a computer to replace his typewriter and he wants almost daily body searches reduced.
He says he is treated worse than an animal.
Breivik admitted he killed 8 people when he put a bomb in central Oslo and then killed 59 people, mostly teenagers, when he opened fire at an island youth camp.
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