How the life of a person who murdered 77 people look like in Norway:
Three cells - one for sleeping, one for studying, one for exercising - plus daily access to exercise yard
Can play video games, watch TV and read newspapers
Has a computer (without internet access)
Can prepare his own food and do his own washing
Has phone conversations with a "female friend"
Contact with prison staff, lawyers, a priest, health professionals
Has declined to play chess with volunteers
Built a gingerbread house as part of a prison competition And of course you can appeal to a court in Norway and claim that all of the above is "inhuman treatment" and it's violating your "human rights" and the court in Norway will agree with you.