Sunday, May 22

Psychiatrists react after the trial: Believes the terrorist must receive treatment and medication for psychosis.

Several psychiatrists say they feel a new professional unrest after Anders Behring Breivik again appeared in court in Skien. They see a psychotic, sick man who they think needs treatment.

Anders Behring Breivik has applied for parole. Last week, he appeared in Telemark District Court in the prison where he is serving his sentence. Judgment in the case is expected soon.

The policeman has the forehead of Anders Behring Breivik in the red dot sight on his weapon. The terrorist comes towards him. He presses his finger on the trigger further in. If he pulls off, the terrorist who just killed 77 people will die instantly.

But then the terrorist stops. He holds out his arms. And at 18.34, in the terrain on the southern tip of Utøya on Friday 22 July 2011, Anders Behring Breivik is arrested without resisting.

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