FILE PHOTO: Mass killer Anders Behring Breivik raises his arm in a Nazi salute as he enters the court room in Skien prison, Norway March 15, 2016. REUTERS/Gwladys Fouche/File Photo

Breivik was seeking to overturn a March decision by a Norwegian appeals court that ruled that his near-isolation in a three-room cell respected human rights.
The anti-Muslim far-right extremist killed 77 people in Norway’s worst peacetime atrocity in July 2011. He killed eight with a bomb in Oslo and then gunned down 69, many of them teenagers, at a youth meeting of the then-ruling Labour Party.
His appeal had raised dismay, and some laughter, among Norwegians taken aback by Breivik’s complaints of cold coffee and microwaved meals he said were “worse than waterboarding”.
“The Supreme Court’s appeal commission has unanimously decided on June 8, 2017 to not further consider Anders Behring Breivik’s appeal in the case Breivik has brought against the state,” the court said in a statement.
“No part of Breivik’s appeal has the possibility of winning in front of the Supreme Court,” it added. “Neither does the case raise questions …
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