65-year-old man sentenced to 60 days in prison for violence against Workers’ Youth League member

TrondheimPhoto: Marianne Løvland / NTB
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A 65-year-old man has been sentenced to 60 days in prison for violence against a Workers’ Youth League (AUF) member outside the Student Society (Samfundet) in Trondheim after a party leader debate in September.

The 65-year-old was convicted of several cases of violence and reckless behavior on Thursday, the newspaper Adresseavisenwrites.

Among other things, he has been convicted of attacking 20-year-old AUF member Mathias Solli after the party leader debate in Trondheim in September. 

The man allegedly shouted, “Breivik was right. You must all die,” during the incident.

When the case went to court, the man denied attacking Solli and shouting statements of support for the Utøya terrorist.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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1 Comment on "65-year-old man sentenced to 60 days in prison for violence against Workers’ Youth League member"

  1. If there are multiple witnesses that someone committed a crime and the accused denies that, his punishment upon conviction should be far harsher.

    And if this person actually said “Breivik was right. You must all die.” he’s not only dangerous and obviously capable of doing something like Breivik did himself, he is actually making use of B.’s successful terrorist act and making himself an accessory to it after the fact.

    Judges seem Swedishly/excessively lenient in Norway.

    And the culprit clearly needs counseling. This is why people like him need to go to church … to socially/mentally de-toxify … as long as the pulpit isn’t used to push non-Christian ideology.

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