Section 112. Aggravated violation of Norway's autonomy and peace

The penalty for aggravated violation of Norway's autonomy and peace is imprisonment for a term not exceeding 21 years. In determining whether the violation is aggravated, particular weight shall be given to whether
  1. a.
    it has had particularly serious consequences for Norway,
  2. b.
    it has been committed by means of an organised armed operation, exploitation of fear of intervention by a foreign state, or threat of such,
  3. c.
    the perpetrator is a member of the Government, the Parliament or the Supreme Court, or a member of the country's highest civilian or military leadership,
  4. d.
    the act has entailed loss of human life or a risk thereof.