Just read that Norway has a maximum penalty -- for any crime -- of 21 years in prison. That means that for each of the 93 people he killed, Anders Behring Bleivik will spend a maximum of about ten weeks in prison.
Here's another way to look at it. When an older person is killed, fewer years are being stolen from him. But almost all of Bleivik's victims were very young, mostly teenagers just starting out on their lives. And their grieving parents, brothers, sisters, and grandparents will have to live with that loss for the rest of their lives.
So for each of those young people who had maybe six decades stolen from them, and for each of their families whose lives have been torn asunder, Bleivik will pay a penalty of roughly ten weeks.
Bleivik was right about one thing: Norway is far too liberal.