The Oslo court today condemned the right-wing
Breivik was sentenced to a custodial sentence of up to 21 years and a minimum of 10 years, said the chief judge, the chief judge Wenche Elizabeth Arntzen, who explained that the verdict is unanimous.
Custody is a legal figure in Norwegian law practice may amount to a life sentence, because after serving their sentence, this can be extended indefinitely if one considers that the defendant remains a danger to society.
Breivik, who initially had said he would use only if they are declared mentally ill and sentenced to forced psychiatric treatment, received the verdict with a smile.
The penalty shall be served in a maximum security facility in the Ila prison, west of Oslo, where he remains in custody for a year.
Breivik detonated a car bomb on July 22, 2011 in the government complex in Oslo, killing eight people, and then moved to drive Utya Island, west of the capital, where he made a killing in the Labor Youth camp, which killed 69 people ..