A mass murderer complains about prison conditions after killing 77 people, news sources report.
Murderer Anders Behring Breivik is serving a 21-year sentence for gunning down teenagers on the Norwegian island of Utoya last year, telling fleeing teens, "You're all going to die," The Los Angeles Times reports.
Breivik, 33, wrote to prison officials complaining his inability to express political options and read all letters addressed to him, his laser Tord Jordet says. The Oslo District Court found Breivik sane and guilty of the July 22, 2011 terrorism and premeditated murder attacks. Sentencing can be extended as long as Brevik is considered a danger to society, Fox News reports.
Other short-comings were included in the letter to prison officials such as: "not enough butter for his bread; having to rush is morning shave; handcuffs that are 'too sharp,' and having to live in a cell that is decorated badly," USA Today reports.
Norwegian paper Verdens Gang discovered and exposed Breivik's correspondence to high-ranking right-wing extremists, resulting in restrictions in his activities. Authorities deprive him of letters in association with the establishment of the new extremist network, the Conservative Revolutionary Movement, Mail Online reports.