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Breivik judge plays Solitaire as David Cameron slaughters birds and melons

by | 5th, June 2012

ANDERS Behring Breivik murdered 77 people. His trial has been a procession of the bereft and the injured. He’s cut a pathetic figure, a narcissist who used a gun to be noticed.

One of the court’s three lay judges, Ernst Henning Eielsen, has been passing some of the time playing playing the card game Solitaire on his computer.

Yes, indeed. It seems that the courts in Norway only use standard Windows software and have no connection to the internet. Better perhaps he play hangman or World of Warcraft, as Breivik did as he merged fantasy into a bloody reality.

Court spokesperson Irene Ramm tells AFP:

“The judges are attentively following what is being said and what is being presented to the court. There are different ways of staying focused.”

Schoolchildren reading this are invited to use the same excuse when caught playing games in class.

Also see David Cameron, who having conquered Angry Birds has moved on playing Fruit Ninja. Employing the same reasoning that attributes Breivik’s murders to gaming, we can all sleep easy in the knowledge that should the United Kingdom come under sustained attack from giant pieces of 2D fruit, Super Cam will slaughter them with merciless ease…

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