Anders Breivik is suing Norway over his prison conditions, claiming being held in isolation is a violation of his “human rights.” Let that sink in. A guy who killed 77 people, many of them teenagers at a camp,  is angry because he’s being held in isolation so he can’t communicate with other neo-Nazis.

And on the first day of his trial, this is what he does to show everyone he’s not a threat if he were to communicate with the outside world:

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According to Reuters, Breivik is being held in “a three-room cell with a television and a computer but no Intenet access.”

Breivik’s lawyer is arguing that he just “wants contact with other people” and the conditions at the jail are causing psychological issues such as an “inability to concentrate on university studies.”