By Gwladys Fouche SKIEN, Norway (Reuters) – Mass killer Anders Behring Breivik opened a court case against Norway on Tuesday with a Nazi salute as his lawyers prepared to argue he has received inhuman treatment by being kept in isolation for murdering 77 people in 2011. Appearing in public for the first time since he was sentenced in 2012, Breivik has had just one visitor with whom he had physical contact – his mother, who was allowed into prison and gave him a hug shortly before she died of cancer in 2013. Clean-shaven and wearing a black suit, white shirt and golden tie, Breivik raised his right arm in a flat-handed Nazi salute on arrival at the court, slightly different from the outstretched arm and clenched fist he used in 2012.
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Mass killer Breivik gives Nazi salute as he sues Norway for ‘inhuman treatment’