Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik has been denied parole after a court found his extremism hadn't waned and he was at high risk of recidivism.
He killed 77 people, mostly teenagers, in two attacks in 2011 and has served 10 yrs of a 21 yr sentence.
This is Breivik's latest attempt to use the law as his stage and subvert Norway's overly lenient justice system, which puts the comfort of criminals -- no matter how abhorrent -- above the rights of their victims.
Norway is upholding their justice system principles by treating Breivik like any other inmate. They should be applauded for putting emotions and public presure aside and fulfilling their constitutional duties.