A white patriot who engaged in homicide that terminated the life of his step-sister and afterward raged an Oslo mosque has been condemned to 21 years in jail .
Philip Manshaus, who argued not blameworthy in court, “has demonstrated to be an amazingly risky individual”, investigator Johan Oeverberg said as he requested the sentence.
A year ago, Manshaus killed his 17-year-old stepsister Johanne Zhangjia Ihle-Hansen by shooting her multiple times with a chasing rifle at their home in the Oslo suburb of Baerum.
Johanne had been embraced from China as a two-year-old, and her mom later wedded Manshaus’ dad.
The 22-year-old at that point headed to a close by mosque where three men were getting ready for Eid al Adha festivities.
Manshaus discharged four shots from a rifle at the mosque’s glass entryway before he was overwhelmed by one of the men inside.
In court, Manshaus admitted to the demonstrations however called them “crisis equity”. He included that he lamented not causing more harm.
Judge Annika Lindstroem, of the Oslo District Court, said Manshaus had plans to execute however many individuals as could be expected under the circumstances and set the mosque ablaze.
She said he accepted that “Europe is enduring an onslaught from individuals of ethnic starting point other than his own” and that “the white race is near the very edge of termination”.
The directing adjudicator said Manshaus was motivated by shootings in March 2019 in New Zealand, where a shooter focused on two mosques, murdering 51 individuals, and in August 2019 in El Paso, Texas, where an aggressor focused on Hispanics and left at any rate 22 dead