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[A] Inaccuracy of Mr. Breivik’s ‘conviction’: Breivik’s Conviction has been appealed by means of review.
On 27 August 2012 an application was filed with the Norwegian Supreme Court for Review of the Oslo District Court: Breivik Judgement, to set aside (A) the Necessity ruling, and (B) the conviction; and remit to Oslo District Court for hearing of further evidence, to conclude Objective and Subjective Necessity Test Evidentiary Enquiry. The finding of guilt, in the absence of full Objective and Subjective Necessity Test Conclusions renders the Guilt Finding Inadequate.
[B] The ‘Rule of Law’ in Norway: Norway v. Breivik Pending Judicial Ethics and Attorney Ethics Complaints.
There are currently three complaints pending with the Secretariat for the Supervisory Committee for Judges against Judge’s Nina Opsahl, Wenche Arntzen and Tore Schei.
There are also 170 pending Bar Association Ethics complaints (4: Defence Attorneys, 166: Victims Families Attorneys).
[C] Norway’s Press Complaints Commission authorizes Norwegian Media to deceive the public, if the target of the deception consents to it. [PFU: Lara Johnstone vs. News with Views in Norway]