Norwegian man who massacred 77 people and wounded hundreds more within a 2011 attack in Oslo, Norway. Though showing up common and friendly to good friends, he voiced significantly strident warnings on the web regarding the Islamization of European countries. Though two emotional exams performed after his arrest reached different conclusions about his sanity, the courtroom concluded he could stand trial and sentenced him to 21 years in prison, with the chance for the word to be expanded. His dad Jen Breivik, an economist on the Norwegian embassy in London, and his mom, a nurse, separated when he was youthful. Some years before him, Seung Hui Cho, another deranged gunman, massacred 32 people at Virginia Technology University.