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From $ (SD) on Prime Video Petter Skavlan (as Alex Boe) . A modern take of the classic Norwegian movie where our main characters meet when they refurbish an inherited house, to get away from a mad mother. . Release Date. Alex Lyngaas' mother, Eva, has been single for some time. The pair live in Norway but Alex hopes to make the dating pool larger for his mom. Alexander Igoryevich Rybak (born 13 May ) is a Belarusian-Norwegian singer-composer, . In he released a new music video for his Russian song "Strela Amura". "Strela Amura" is the Russian version of Oah which is one of his.
It is filmed in a university or college. He also recorded and released a Russian version of this song called "Strela Amura" Russian: Alexander released his second album on 14 Junecalled No Boundaries. It was not as successful as his first album, so far it has peaked at number 7 in Norway, number 8 in Sweden and 32 in Finland.
On 7 JanuaryRybak was one of twelve contestants on the next Swedish season of the dancing show Let's Dance Swedish version of television franchise Strictly Come Dancingin the show Rybak danced to win the competition against other Swedish celebrities. The music video was shot in KievUkraine. You give happiness to others, and you are left alone yourself. The song had already been promoted on Romanian television and radio.
The German label Capsounds has signed the song and will be promoting it throughout Europe. The premiere of the music video was also released shortly after the single which was on 23 October.
The release of the Russian version of the song "Dostala" was on 12 November  "Leave Me Alone" is about a particular female fan from Israel but speaks Russian like many others there who has been stalking him in various ways for quite some time.
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The new track which will be released during the day is co-written by David Eriksen who is well-known to fans of the Eurovision Song Contest for writing " Butterflies " for Tone Damli Aaberge which was the runner-up to Rybak in the Melodi Grand Prix.
As he admits in his manifesto he used the company as a cover to legally obtain large amounts of artificial fertiliser and other chemicals for the manufacturing of explosives. Speaking to the newspaper, Jon Fitje of PST said the information they found gave no indication of anything suspicious. Breivik had also covered up the windows of his house. The owner of a local bar, who once worked as a profiler of passengers' body language at Oslo airport, said there was nothing unusual about Breivik, who was an occasional customer at the bar.
Breivik confessed and said the purpose of the attack was to save Norway and Western Europe from a Muslim takeover, and that the Labour Party had to "pay the price" for "letting down Norway and the Norwegian people.
He was ordered held for eight weeks, the first four in solitary confinement, pending further court proceedings. The Director of Public Prosecutions had initially decided to censor the document to the public, leaving out the names of the victims as well as details about their deaths. Due to the public's reaction, this decision was reversed prior to its release.
It would be heard in the same specially-constructed courtroom where the initial criminal case was tried. There, he had at his disposal three prison cells: Only selected prison staff with special qualifications were allowed to work around him, and the prison management aimed to not let his presence as a high-security prisoner affect any of the other inmates. According to one of his attorneys, Breivik was curious to learn whether his manifesto has begun to take root in society.
Breivik's attorneys, in consultation with Breivik, considered whether to have some of his interlocutors called as witnesses during the trial.
The first such was cancelled by the prison administration following a background check of the journalist in question. A second interview was agreed to by Breivik, and the prison requested a background check to be done by the police in the country where the journalist is from. No information has been given about the media organisations in question.
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The psychiatrists diagnosed him with paranoid schizophreniaconcluding that he had developed the disorder over time and was psychotic both when he carried out the attacks and during the observation. He was also diagnosed with abuse of non-dependence-producing substances antecedent of 22 July.
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The psychiatrists consequently found Breivik to be criminally insane. He spoke incoherently in neologisms and had acted compulsively based on a universe of bizarre, grandiose and delusional thoughts. Breivik alluded to himself as the future regent of Norway, master of life and death, while calling himself "inordinately loving" and "Europe's most perfect knight since WWII". He was convinced that he was a warrior in a "low intensity civil war" and had been chosen to save his people.
Breivik described plans to carry out further "executions of categories A, B and C traitors" by the thousands, the psychiatrists included, and to organize Norwegians in reservations for the purpose of selective breeding. Breivik believed himself to be the "knight Justiciar grand master" of a Templar organisation.
He was deemed to be suicidal and homicidal by the psychiatrists. He later said "this provides new opportunities". According to senior psychiatrist Randi Rosenqvist, who was commissioned by the prison to examine Breivik, he rather appeared to have personality disorders.
On 13 Januaryafter much public pressure, the Oslo District Court ordered a second expert panel to evaluate Breivik's mental state. If the original diagnosis had been upheld by the court, it would have meant that Anders Behring Breivik could not be sentenced to a prison term.
The prosecution could instead have requested that he be detained in a psychiatric hospital. If considered a perpetual danger to society, Breivik could have been kept in confinement for life.
To send a political activist to a mental hospital is more sadistic and evil than to kill him! It is a fate worse than death. According to Malt, Breivik primarily suffered from Asperger syndromeTourette syndromenarcissistic personality disorder and possibly paranoid psychosis.
He said, "They are committing, or planning to commit, cultural destruction, including deconstruction of the Norwegian ethnic group and deconstruction of Norwegian culture. This is the same as ethnic cleansing. Closing arguments were held on 22 June. The court finds that very few people, however, share Breivik's idea that the alleged ' Islamisation ' should be fought with terror. As of [update]he has an electric typewriter and an Xbox without internet connection in his cell.
In Novemberhe received an electric typewriter. He has said that he wants to write three books: After he came to Skien Prison, 5 out of letters that he had sent had not been confiscated, he testified in court in He added, "Of the forms regarding prison visits that I have mailed, all have been confiscated.
Among his complaints were that his cell is not adequately heated and he has to wear three layers of clothing to stay warm, guards interfere with his strictly-planned daily schedule, his cell is poorly decorated and has no view, his reading lamp is inadequate, guards supervise him while he is brushing his teeth and shaving and put indirect mental pressure on him to finish quickly by tapping their feet while waiting, he is "not having candy" and is served cold coffee, and he is strip-searched daily, sometimes by female guards.
Authorities only lifted one minor restriction against Breivik; his rubber safety pen, which he described as an "almost indescribable manifestation of sadism," was replaced with an ordinary pen.
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One example is " Rayman Revolution ", a game aimed at three year-olds," Breivik complained to prison officials. The Ministry of Justice and Public Security was the defendant in court since the Correctional Service that is being sued is subordinate to the ministry.
Breivik claimed that his solitary confinement violates his human rights and asserted that he had been subjected to "degrading treatment, including hundreds of strip searches and frequent searches of his cell, including at night.
The second request had included the suggestion that one person, with a gagging order in place, could represent the entire press corps, while joining the walk-through. Upon arrival, after police removed his handcuffs, Breivik shook hands with his lawyers, thereafter faced the gallery and performed a Nazi-style salute.