One instance is the story of a girl named Ann Helen Nilsen, who was detached from her family when she was 15. The girl was given to a man, who was jailed on rape charges, to foster her, and hence she was exposed to violence and sexual assault for five years.
A 50-year-old woman fostering a 7-year-old child imposed violence on the child for years and stabbed his arms and legs many times.
A 16-year-old boy was caught and subjected to brute force by police while he was trying to escape to see his father. His father was kept in jail for three days for sharing the records of the violence imposed.
Hundreds of children were made victims of drugs and similar addictive substances while living in dormitories.
Some 944 people who grew up "under the tutelage of" Social Services Department sued Oslo Municipality for the negligence and violence they were subjected to by the institution between 2006 and 2008. Oslo Municipality was fined 562 million krone for compensation as a result of the case.
It was revealed that in 52 lawsuits opened since 2000, some 1,500 children were victimized and exposed to sexual abuse while they were under the auspices of the institution.
"If you work for human rights in Norway, anything can happen to you at any time," Reikaras claimed. For this reason, Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka of the Czech Republic, who harshly criticizes the Norwegian state for using Nazi methods on parents and children, proposed citizenship for him. Reikaras finally mentioned the mysterious death of Tor Bertelsen, a human rights attorney who was constantly under threat and whose attorney license was canceled.
"Unless other countries apply sanctions on Norway, 'the threshold of democracy,' and unless the country's implementations are revealed, this barbarism will not end," he said.