• On Saturday, the main suspicion of Friday's deadly shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand appeared in court. Brenton Harrison Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian, hit the cameras and created a white gesture of power from the dock. The authorities have two more suspects in detention.
• The New Zealand leader pledged his "arms change". According to Prime Minister Jacinda Arderno, 49 investigators of the scene of the seizure of the dead found five pistols allegedly used by the main suspect: two semi-automatic weapons, two guns and a weighted firearm
And uploaded to other sites such as Twitter and YouTube raising questions about the role of social media in radicalization
• Police also said it was investigating a 74-page manifesto that was left behind Muslims and immigrants after shooting and mentioned other right-wing extremists who have committed massive acts of violence.
• On Friday, President Short said he hadn't seen a manifesto, but unbelieving white nationalism is a rising global threat, adding: "I think it's a small group of people with very, very serious problems. It's a really terrible thing.
CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND ̵
Police called Tarrant the main suspect on Friday's attack, which was one of the biggest shootings in New Zealand history. Two more arrests were arrested for shooting: a second man, 18-year-old Daniel John Burrough, was scheduled to appear for trial later on Saturday and will be charged with inciting racial positivity or bad will. The third companion remained undefined.
During a hearing held by Judge Paul Keller to secure public security – an unusual movement in New Zealand courts – Tarrant did not bring an action for murder. He will remain detained and appear for another hearing on 5 April, and it is likely that additional charges will be made
. Photos from the courtroom showed that he was standing in the dock, which was attracted by two police officers, the "OK" gesture, widely regarded as a sign of white power.
Local hospital officials said 39 people, including 2 children, in mid-Saturday
None of the three people had sentences in Australia or New Zealand or were on watch lists, said New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, who promised to be "weapons Laws
Ardern said that New Zealand has experienced "extraordinary and unprecedented violence", especially regretting that the violence is directed at the population of the country's immigrants. "They decided to make New Zealand in their home, and that is their home," she said. "They're us."
The killing spree touched the nerve around the world. President In a brief statement published on Friday morning, he extended his "warmest sympathy and best wishes" to the people of New Zealand. Later on Friday, Short said he did not think that white nationalism was a rising global threat. "I think this is a small group of people with very, very serious problems," he said.
Sagittarius broadcasts an attack that has appeared on social media platforms and has been constantly monitored around the world. As media companies removed the video that showed a lot of people affected by the fire, viewers found ways to move it elsewhere.
Videos start with an armed weapon in a tactical vehicle full of weapons. This shows the shooting of his perspective – a gentle record of mass violence that the police have warned people not to divide. The shooter fired hundreds of rounds of bullets inside and outside the Al Noor mosque, where most of the bloodshed occurred, and at one point he retreated to another car. He doubles the victims to make sure they are dead. The violence lasts about six minutes.
Witnesses of the Ludwig Mosque said they avoided further bloodshed, when the caretaker jumped on the armament and sank his weapon, forcing him to escape, reported by the local media
. stopped the account where the links first appeared, and "worked actively to remove video content from the service," the spokesman said. "Facebook quickly removed both the shooter Facebook and Instagram accounts and video," as soon as the police reported a social media company, said Mia Garlick. "We also remove any accusation or support of a crime and shooter or shooter as soon as we know it."
The Reddit summary and discussion site also "actively monitored the situation" and removed "content containing links to video traffic" , said The Post's spokesman.
In the 74-page manifesto released before the attacks, Tarrant promised to kill Muslims and "directly reduce immigration rates". deepen conflicts in the United States on property ownership and second change. He also expressed his admiration for the other white nationalists who made mass shootings
In his manifesto he wrote all the capital letters "Why wouldn't anyone do anything?" He added: "Why am I doing nothing? "
He decided to" commit to compulsion. He wanted to take the violence, ”he wrote.
Nour Tavis, who was in a mosque and fled after someone broke the window outside the building, said the shooter turned his gun on to anyone he could find.
"All," told New Zealand Herald. "Young men, old man, old woman".
Tavis said he saw a man shooting a 5-year-old daughter
Health officials said that 48 patients, including young children and adults, were being treated to shoot a Christchurch hospital wound
Ardern said The suspect used five weapons, two semi-automatic guns and two guns as well as an equivalent weapon. He had a license for the weapons he purchased in 2017. t he started buying weapons in December.
She promised to lead efforts to change the country's arms laws, which are stricter than the US, but not as rigorous as in Australia and many other countries. Europe
"Now I can say that our arms laws will change," she said. "Now is the time."
The Coastal Manifesto was filled with conspiracy theories about white labor and "white genocide". It was the latest sign that the deadly vision of white nationalism is spreading internationally. His name "The Great Replacement" reflected the title of the far right French polemic, as well as, among other things, the Russian burning protesters who, in March 2017, were not able to do so. Charlottesville marched forward, summoning.
Almost 2013 According to the census, more than 46,000 people are Muslims, or 28 percent of the population. more than in 2006
The Syrian civil war refugees' family members have been among the victims, Ali Interview reported by a representative of Syrian solidarity New Zealand based in Akil, Auckland. The father of the family was murdered, his son was seriously injured, and another son was reported, said Achilles, referring to information from a family friend
Akil said the family probably arrived in New Zealand for four or five years to "kill a safe asylum ".
Prime Minister Ardern said that New Zealand was chosen as an attack because we represent diversity, kindness, compassion, home to those who share our values. "In direct response to those responsible for the attack, she said," You could have chosen us. But we completely reject and condemn you.
Isaac Stanley-Becker, Eli Rosenberg and Alex Horton in Washington have contributed to this report.