Family feud in Norway gone crazy

Family feud in Norway gone crazy
NORWAY: A 55-year-old man has been sentenced to move away from the municipality after destroying his brother's house with a tractor.

The man, who has been in a prolonged, very harrowing conflict with his neighbor, who is also his brother, had his appeal rejected by the Court of Appeal, according to Haugesund Avis.

Thus, the Court's sentence in the case stands, a sentence that means that the man practically has to move away from the municipality.

This court finds it necessary to protect the neighboring family, who is also his brother's family, sister and nephew.

In recent years the man has been convicted of violence against his sister in law, for threatening his brother with a crowbar, and now for having destroyed his brother's house with a tractor while people were inside the house.

The man is also the first in western Norway who is sentenced to carry a so-called reversed security alarm, according to Haugesund Avis.

The court has decided that the man can not move within an area of 784 square kilometers in Etne and Vindafjord.

It alerts the police if he comes within the stipulated limit, which is set to give the police a 25 minute response time to protect the people he is forbidden to see.

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