One of the judges in the murder and terror trial of Norway's Anders Behring Breivik was disqualified Tuesday for saying online that the death penalty was the right punishment for the man who killed 77 people in July.
Defense and prosecutor attorneys both asked that Thomas Indrebo be disqualified for leaving a comment on a news website that "only the death penalty" would be the right thing in the case.
Breivik smirked as Judge Wenche Elizabeth Arntzen laid out the objection.
He is expected to testify Tuesday. Arntzen ruled that his testimony would not be broadcast, rejecting his claim that airing it was a human right.
Most of the relatives of the victims did not want Breivik's remarks broadcast.FULL STORY