THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Norway's Ila prison will hire trained 'friends' to keep confessed mass killer Anders Breivik company, as he is deemed too dangerous to mingle with ordinary prisoners.
"It could be anything from a team for indoor hockey to people who are willing to play chess with him," Knut Bjarkeid, director of the Ila prison, told Norway's Verdens Gang newspaper.
He said that a "professional community" was necessary because the Norwegian prison service was not willing to inflict years of isolation on Breivik, and he might try to seize other inmates if allowed to mingle with them. » | Richard Orange in Malmö | Thursday, May 32, 2012
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Anders Breivik was victim of 'blood diamond' scam: Norwegian killer Anders Behring Breivik transferred nearly $5,000 into a Liberian man's bank account and spent another $13,000 travelling to Liberia and buying equipment, after falling for what appears to be an elaborate blood diamond scam. » | Richard Orange, Oslo | Wednesday, May 30, 2012