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Mass assassin Anders Breivik secretly attempting to pocket £7million by promoting the rights to show his life into a movie

Mass murderer Anders Breivik secretly trying to pocket £7million by selling the rights to turn his life into a film


EVIL Anders Breivik is secretly attempting to pocket £7million by promoting the rights to show his life into a movie, The Solar on Sunday can reveal. 

Ten years on from his chilling island bloodbath — which left  77 lifeless — the vile killer has despatched 20 letters to film-makers begging them to inform his story.

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Anders Breivik in court docket in 2017[/caption]

A Solar on Sunday probe has discovered the 42-year-old Norwegian mass- assassin, who writes 50 pages a  day in his jail diary, has already penned a biography and movie script and has despatched out invitations to be interviewed in jail. 

A supply mentioned: “Breivik’s bid for fame, cash and freedom is an insult to his victims and their households.

“So too is the jail life he lives. Breivik lives a lifetime of Riley in jail. He’s by no means mentioned sorry for his depraved crimes and he has no plans to.

“He nonetheless desires to encourage others and he nonetheless believes in a fascist revolution. His plans to make cash from the murders is an utter insult to his victims and their households.”

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Police take away our bodies from Utoya Island, the scene of Breivik’s sickening bloodbath[/caption]

At this time we are able to additionally reveal how Breivik, jailed for 21 years, is making a brand new bid for parole and is satisfied he’ll sooner or later stroll free. 

And regardless of having fun with a comfortable life inside a three-bedroom “condo” — furnished with a research, gymnasium and kitchen space — in Skien jail, he has submitted a  record of whingeing complaints to jail bosses.

He desires a greater deep-cleaning moisturiser and says too a lot of his meals are cooked in microwaves.

‘He feels no disgrace about what he did’

He’s additionally asking for luxurious pens to write down with, because the biros he has been given trigger him hand cramp.

Biographer Asne Seierstad, who has written a e-book about Breivik, mentioned: “He’s by no means proven regret. What he desires is a stage, a spot to share his ideas and his message. And to realize extra supporters.” 

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Breivik, who has modified his title to Fjotolf Hansen, is being held in a comfortable three-room ‘cell’ — one for sleeping, one for finding out and one for exercising[/caption]

On his jail life, she added: “He mentioned that in jail he has by no means been happier.

“I’ve received to know him a bit bit and he manipulates conditions quite a bit. He will get his approach ultimately.

“He talks about plastic cutlery as a torture-like existence or about chilly espresso or about ready 20 minutes earlier than he’s let loose. He talks about these items like they’re dangerous room service at a resort.”

Breivik grew to become one of many world’s most infamous killers on July 22, 2011, after finishing up two lone wolf assaults.

Within the first, he bombed the Norwegian authorities quarter in Oslo. This turned out to be only a distraction as,  dressed as a policeman, he then travelled to the Norwegian Labour Get together’s summer season camp on close by Utoya Island and carried out a sickening bloodbath. 

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Skien Jail – the place the killer has submitted an inventory of whingeing complaints to jail bosses[/caption]

Nearly all of his 77 victims have been youngsters — his youngest victims have been aged simply 14.

Earlier than the incidents, Breivik,  who idolised Adolf Hitler, wrote a 1,500-page manifesto beneath the pseudonym Andrew Berwick. 

In it, he blamed feminism for the “cultural suicide of Europe”, opposed Islam and known as for the mass deportation of Muslims from Europe.

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Breivik has up to now posted practically two dozen letters explaining how he desires to promote e-book, movie and interview rights[/caption]

He was later given the longest sentence the Norwegian courts can hand out. Lately, the courts mentioned it could possibly be prolonged if he’s nonetheless thought of a hazard to society.

Breivik has up to now posted practically two dozen letters explaining how he desires to promote e-book, movie and interview rights. 

One of many recipients was Christoph Andersson, a specialist on right-wing extremism. 

Andersson mentioned that in his letter, Breivik had valued the fabric at $10million (£7million). A supply added: “Breivik feels no disgrace about what he did. The truth is, he  revels in it.”

In the meantime, his lawyer instructed how Breivik is interesting his sentence.

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A surveillance digicam caught Breivik, wearing police uniform and carrying a pistol, as he walks away from a automotive after putting a bomb in Oslo[/caption]

He mentioned the killer deliberate to strive for parole after serving the primary ten years of his time period.

The lawyer mentioned: “It is a proper that each one prisoners have and one which he desires to make use of.”

But  Breivik’s personal father thinks he ought to by no means be freed.

Jens Breivik mentioned: “I don’t really feel like his father. How may he simply stand there and kill so many harmless individuals and appear to suppose that what he did was OK? He ought to have taken his personal life, too.”

Breivik, who has modified his title to Fjotolf Hansen, is being held in  a three-room “cell” — one for sleeping, one for finding out and one for exercising. 

Every space is 86ft sq. and he has entry to a non-public gymnasium, a laptop computer and desk. His cell comes with video video games, a DVD participant and out of doors house. He additionally has entry to books and newspapers. 

However in a 27-page letter bemoaning his jail life, he whined how he would love extra butter, extra comfy handcuffs and a  higher view.

 He groaned in regards to the “800” strip searches he had undergone and mentioned he would get pleasure from extra social interplay, claiming his remedy was “inhuman”. He additionally complained about not having web entry. In 2017 he mentioned 5 years of jail isolation had additional radicalised him.

A supply mentioned: “Breivik could be one of many world’s most infamous killers however he lives like a king.

“Guards are ready on him hand and foot and he usually will get no matter he asks for as a result of the jail is so fed up with how a lot he moans.” 

In most international locations, together with right here within the UK, criminals are forbidden from making the most of their crimes after conviction.

‘He has each probability  of promoting the rights’

But Breivik believes Norway’s liberalism, openness and availability of knowledge means he has each probability of promoting the rights to his life story.

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A monument to these killed by Breivik on Utoya Island[/caption]

He was additional boosted when one of many nation’s most senior politicians lately mentioned a lot of Breivik’s far-right views have been vital to take heed to. 

Hans Jorgen Lysglimt Johansen, chief of the Alliance Various Get together in Norway, mentioned: “A lot of what Breivik mentioned in his manifesto was appropriate.

“We’ve got not had a correct debate about that, now we have not had a correct settlement with it.”

Norwegian jail officers declined to remark.

SURVIVORS RECALL THEIR FIGHT TO LIVE

KAMZY GUNARATNAM was 23 when Breivik trawled Norway’s Utoya Island preying on her associates.

She noticed Breivik shoot one in every of them within the head.  Kamzy, now 33,  escaped by swimming throughout the Tyrifjorden Lake, with bullets hanging the water round her because the gunman took goal.  

After the tragedy Kamzy suffered melancholy, however seeing an image of Breivik sooner or later impressed her to start out a political profession. She is now the deputy mayor of Oslo and has met VIPs together with Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. 

In her autobiography Your Battle Is My Battle, Kamzy instructed a few tightly written  22-page letter she acquired from Breivik in January 2020.

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Bano Rashid, 18, was slain by Breivik[/caption]

In an open ­letter again to the killer, she instructed him: “Once I learn your title, I received chills down my backbone. My physique went into panic mode for a second. After what you probably did on July 22, 2011, I struggled mentally for a very long time. I slept badly, sounds gave the impression of photographs, and I couldn’t go into a spot with out on the lookout for the emergency exits.

“Your actions have prompted me lasting harm.  I spent a few years placing down my ­paranoia. Your letter aroused worry once more.”

Sisters Lara and Bano Rashid have been ­having an pleasing break earlier than Breivik got here to the island.  When he fired into their tent,  Lara, then 16, heard the bullets whistle by means of the canvas.

Kamzy Gunaratnam, now 33, escaped by swimming throughout the Tyrifjorden Lake, with bullets hanging the water round her because the gunman took goal

 After the 40-minute rampage, she went to search for her 18-year-old sister and located her lifeless — cuddled up by a lifeless good friend.

Lara, 26, who works on the Iraqi Embassy in Oslo, says she thinks of her sister on daily basis. She added: “Radical Muslims aren’t the one terrorists. There’s additionally a hazard from right-wing extremism.”

Adrian Pracon watched his associates get killed by Breivik, and he later lay on their ­our bodies and performed lifeless to outlive.

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Adrian Pracon watched his associates get killed by Breivik, and he later lay on their ­our bodies and performed lifeless to outlive[/caption]


He thought he was protected when Breivik walked previous.  However the killer got here again, pointed the gun to his head and fired. 

Extremely, he survived. Adrian now leads an annual journey again to the island,  provides speeches and has written books.

 Talking about his first go to again, he mentioned: “I wanted to cry.   It is going to be good  for me to do that strategy of attempting to  proceed with my life and realise that this has ­occurred.”

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Corpses lined up after the bloodbath[/caption]