It is still not clear whether Anders Behring Breivik will continue to be allowed to have a PC in his cell.
The convicted terrorist signed a conditional contract with the Police granting him use of one without Internet access, but allowing him to write books and letters.
Officers are now going to remove theirs’ as he is no longer in their custody, which prompted Breivik to print out everything he has written recently, reports Dagbladet.
Ila Prison director Knut Bjarkeid told the paper, Sunday, the inmate would be given one should he decide to embark on more education as prisoners have a right to one., however.
Breivik, who is currently in Skien jail following his temporary transfer, has earlier stated he wants to study political science, but will have to qualify at Upper Secondary level before being allowed to apply for university admission.
Mr Bjarkeid added no decision has been made about the PC presently, but politicians are reportedly putting their foot down.
“I see no reason for him to have a PC. As far as I know, no other inmate serving time in preventative detention for murder has one,” Socialist Left (SV) MP Akhtar Chardhry told the paper. “It would not have anything to do his rehabilitation. It would also violate people's sense of justice.”
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