Burzum mastermind Varg Vikernes has been found guilty of inciting racial hatred and exalting war crimes in France. The sentence was handed down almost exactly a year after Vikernes and his wife were originally arrested for suspicion of planning a "massacre...
Earlier this summer, the always polarizing and controversial Varg Vikernes and his wife Marie Chalet were arrested in France, where they reside. They were taken into custody on suspicion of being terrorists with plans to commit a large-scale massacre. The Burzum singer maintains their innocence and both he and his wife, who legally purchased rifles over the summer, detail their pasts and their arr
Burzum frontman Varg Vikernes was recently arrested in France on suspicion of planning a "massacre" or a "large scale act of terrorism," but he and his wife were eventually let go. Vikernes apparently isn't willing to let bygones be bygones, and is seeking to file a lawsuit against the French authorities with the help of crowd funding.
The always controversial Varg Vikernes of Burzum had an eventful week, being arrested (and then released from custody) in France on suspicion of planning a massacre and/or a large-scale terrorist threat. Never one to pipe down about his experiences, Vikernes, known for his extreme political viewpoints and for being a Nazi sympathizer, posted five lengthy and detailed accounts of his arrest.
Burzum's Varg Vikernes could be in serious legal hot water. He was arrested on the suspicion of planning a "massacre" and being likely to prepare a "large-scale act of terrorism." The singer was arrested today (July 16) by the Central Directorate of Interior Intelligence (DCRI) at his farm in in Corrèze, France.