After almost 16 years, he was realeased. He was sentenced to 21 years, but he have to be arrested 12. But he stayed so much more. He also tried to escape after this 12 years. And this make the things a little worse for him.
But now, he was set free.
"I am very happy that he has been so strong and that he held out," she said. "It will be good for the family that they can be together every day." - Varg's mother
He will have to report to authorities every two weeks, and then once a month.
"I'm ready for society — and I have been for many years, I have learned from my mistakes and become older. Now I just want to be together with my family. My mind has never been in prison; I think all the time about what I should do on the day that I am released." He added, "I have barely seen my son since he came into the world. Even though I hear his voice on the phone almost every day, it is very tough to not be present while he is growing up. I miss my family. And I look forward the day that I could work on my farm, create music, write books and be with the wife and kids around the clock — and live a normal life. I have received tremendous support from my family. It means a lot." - Varg Vikernes