Well the result of the Breivik trial in Norway has just completed with Breivik being declared sane and sentenced to jail by the panel of judges.http://www.dw.de/dw/article/0,,16190558,00.html
He was officially sentenced to 21 years jail with a minimum term of 10 years, but before everyone gets completely outraged like the rest of the morons on the internet reacting exactly as the sensationalist news outlets want, I thought I'd try to explain the Norwegian legal system (which has similarities to the German model) from my admittedly limited understanding. The concept is basically to allow for the possibility of rehabilitating anyone regardless of what they have done, while still allowing those who should not be part of society to remain separated from it permanently.
In the simplest terms, the maximum term available for the judges to give was 21 years, but
they have in effect declared him not suitable to ever be reintroduced into society. Once he has served his time, the judicial system has the ability to add 5 years if they deem him unfit to be released, indefinitely. Considering what he has done, and what the judges have declared, there is no chance that he will ever be released from incarceration.