What we know about the shooting of New Zealand
- Police said 49 people were shot after two shooting ranges
- Suspect shooter, Australian citizen, was charged with murder .
- Two others whose roles remain unclear are detained.
- The man who responded to the attack wrote a mention of the "white genocide" caused by "mass immigration"
- . The Manifesto said the weapons had been used for the 2 nd change discussion in the US and called President Trump a "renewed white identity symbol"
latest updates below. All times are East unless otherwise stated.
Suspicion Brenton Tarranta appears in court
Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old shooting suspicion, arrived in court on Saturday for Christ's murder charge. He was wearing handcuffs and a white prison shirt and had no expression.
"There is now one accusation of murder, one can reasonably believe that there will be others," said Judge Tarranto.
He did not ask for collateral. His next appearance in court will be on April 5th.
Reddit bans forum sharing in violation of content
Reddit banned Friday's subreddit, including r / watchpeopledie, where people shared live video. R / watchpeopledie showed a message "Banned by Reddit."
In a CNET statement, the Reddit spokesman said: "In our site terms, it is very clear that the content that promotes or glorifies violence will benefit the communities that are banned from Reddit Subreddit who do not comply with these site rules. will be banned.
Another subreddit, r / gore, is not shown
– Caroline Linton
Zealand's PM: "Changing our Arms Laws"
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the alleged gunman had five weapons: two semi-automatic weapons and two rifles. Ardern said the suspects had received weapons and acquired a weapons license in 2017. November.
"There was also found a firearm gun. license and possession of these weapons, I can now say one thing: our arms laws will change, "said Ardern at a press conference on Saturday morning local time.
Ardern added that he had previously attempted to change arms laws in 2005, 2012, and 2017. "Now is the time to change," she said.
New Zealand Prime Minister spoke to journalists
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spoke to journalists on Saturday morning in New Zealand time from Wellington, New Zealand. Ardern confirmed that the gunman had access to five separate weapons and had a license, but also told reporters he was not on the watch list.
"They weren't on the watch list here or in Australia," said Ardern at a press conference on Saturday
"Today, when a country grabs, we are looking for answers," added Ardern. “I want to talk specifically about the firearms used in this terrorist act. I think the original culprit uses five weapons. There were two semi-automatic weapons and two rifles. ”
In New Zealand, anyone 18 years and over and a background checker can buy semi-automatic weapons
Trump expresses support for New Zealand
Speaking at the White House on Friday, President Short expressed support for New Zealand after shooting
"The United States is on their way all the way," he said. “New Zealand has been a great friend and partner for many years. What they are doing is very scary. Our hearts are with them and what we can do ”.
Earlier on Friday p.
"You just talked to the New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Arder, about the terrible events that have taken place in the last 24 hours. I informed the Prime Minister that we are solidarity with New Zealand – and any aid provided by the US – we are ready to earn. We love you New Zealand – he tweeted.
– Brian Pascus
Mayor of Christchurch, Lianne Dalziel, voiced his rebellion at the alleged armed press at a Saturday morning local time.
"This is the act of cowardice he did – "I don't think there are any words that can describe the repentance I feel about the propaganda he wanted us to bring. I won't give a voice to this propaganda. His voice is the voice of hatred."
Dalziel then admitted she was The shocked murder took place in her city. "It was very shocked that this happened here, but I dreamed it happened in New Zealand," she said. "Our goal is … we are safe cities and a safe country." 19659011] She added: "This extremism is not something we have seen here. He hates his heart. He came here to do this act of terrorism."
– Brian Pascu s
Weapons covered with white top symbols
12:09: A live video of an attack on one of the mosques on Friday shows that the gunman wants two different guns with lots of characters Widely Used In White Top Movement On The Internet
Symbols that have become memes and incorporated into coded anonymous white nationalist online chat rooms include more than 1000 years of references to fighting Muslim armies, to numbers that depicted Adolf Hitler's writings
Even music p started in an armored car when he arrived at a mosque; it was a nationalist Serbian song from the war, which in the 1990s excelled Yugoslavia, praising the Serbian leader Radovan Karadzic, who is currently detained for genocide and other war crimes against Bosnian Muslims.
The Australian Senator accuses immigration of an attack
10:14 am: An Australian senator with a well-known anti-immigrant attitude attacked a terrible attack on the New Zealand Muslim community on a country's immigration policy rather than racist extremism.
"Does anyone challenge the link between Muslim immigration and violence?" Grandfather Fraser Anning of Queensland said tweet. The New Zealand police killed an Australian man for the murder that a New Zealand leader quickly noted as a "terrorist attack."
The Anning Office issued a statement earlier that was removed from its social media pages. The Senator was quoted as saying that "the reason for today's bloodshed on the streets of New Zealand is the immigration program where Muslim fanatics could first migrate to New Zealand."
His statement, which was quickly condemned by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, began with Anning saying he "completely opposed any form of violence in our community, and I completely condemn the actions of the gunman."
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9:15: New York Police Commissioner for Intelligence and Counter Terrorism John Miller, former CBS News special correspondent, told CBS This Morning that his force quickly decided to" increase police Being surrounded by mosques, around the worship house, on Friday
"You will see a public statement of assurance," Miller said, noting that many Muslims would attend traditional Friday prayers.
NYPD advocated the deployment of additional officers in urban mosques. Other major US cities also reported that on Friday they would increase police presence in the forest.
Miller said the attack on New Zealand was yet another proof that "tactically, the neo-fascist groups, the white supremacy, borrowed
He said that ISIS was the first time its terrorist followers had been" dead to live "- broadcasting attacks in real time through social media platforms.
Miller said that white nationalist extremism was something "we are watching very carefully. This is something that has emerged. We see an increase in propaganda.
It is suspected that others are planning attacks
8:13: Friday morning news that an Australian man accused of murder at the time of the suspect's detention said other people had planned additional attacks on mosques in New Zealand .
There was no additional information in your claim. The New Zealand police said three other people were imprisoned. One of them was released quickly and the police were still trying to determine the role of the other two people (19659013) Paul Violl, a law enforcement analyst at CBS News, said on Friday that, although it was entirely possible, the shooter was "lonely wolf" in the sense that he was he might not have had any contact with the wider group, he might have some help.
The amount of planning that seems to have hit the attack. Various firearms, reported explosive devices, and attacks in separate locations – Viollis said one person would have hardly planned and done his job.
Government responds to attacks
7:32 am: White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders published a statement on Friday morning: "The United States strongly condemns the attack in Christchurch. We are solidarity with the people of New Zealand and their government against this vicious act.
Shortly after Sanders released the White House statement, President Short sent a champion expressing "warm sympathy and best wishes to the people of New Zealand after he called the" terrible massacre "in Christchurch.
John Bolton, President Trump's National Security Adviser, said Friday appears to be a terrorist attack, but undoubtedly
The US and New Zealand are partners through the Five Eyes Intelligence Sharing Alliance, which also includes Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom .
intelligence sources told CBS News that they were flying their databases on Friday for any links to a suspect in New Zealand.
Shooting suspicion, which is apparently a live attack
7:00: Sources confirmed CBS News on Friday that a man arrested and accused of massive attacks on two New Zealand mosques was born in Australia 28-year-old Brenton Harrison Tarran.
The mass media of the shooter shows terrible attacks.
Weapon sprayed innocent worshipers at Masjid Al Noor Mosque in the center of Christchurch for more than two minutes before returning to the street, where he seeks people who land on the sidewalk before returning to his car for another
Police search property related to shooting
6:16 am: Non-Zealand police Twitter said they were looking for a home in Dunedin on Friday, about 220 miles south of Christchurch ,
. Police evacuated neighbors
The number of deaths increases to 49, 1 suspect accused of murder
4:19 am: Police Commissioner Mike Bush said deaths have risen to 49 people, 41 people died in one in the mosque and seven in the other. An extra person died in the hospital
Man was accused of murder in the late 20th century. One of the detained people was detained with a firearm, but Bush said this person "could have had nothing to do with the incident". Officials still working with two other detainees
New Zealand law enforcement authorities had no prior information about suspects, Bush said.
The Commissioner said the police did not want to look for others
He said it would be "unreasonable" to comment on how one suspect could perform two shots, but added: "This was a very well planned event."
was two vehicles with IED were attached, but Bush corrected that one vehicle was detected with two IEDs.
"I don't know if he's still alive or dead," says Mom, worshiping in the forest
3:49 am: The parents of a 35-year-old son in a Friday afternoon mosque were overtaken, said TV 3 New Zealand that he hadn't heard of it. "I don't know if he's still alive or dead … we were waiting and waiting, and we don't know any news, so we came here to see if he was in a dead mosque.
Parents said they moved from Iraq to 22 years ago They said that every Friday they went to a mosque
48 people treated at Christchurch Hospital
2:51: Forty-eight people – from young children to adults. Christchurch Hospital Shooting Wounds According to Canterbury District Health Board About 200 family members are waiting for news about their family members.
"Once we provide the medical needs of the victims, the well-being and health of their families, we will be able to focus on psychosocial well-being. Our wider community in Canterbury, "Meates said in a statement.
40 people are dead, dozens injured, Prime Minister says
2:36 am: There are 40 people who were murdered in two by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at a press conference said: More than tens are treated in local hospitals for
"Obviously, it can only be described as a terrorist attack," Ardern said
. and international flights will continue from the country's airports except Christchurch
Ardern said there are four detainees, three involved in shooting. She said these three consist of one suspect shooter and two "partners".
She said the suspects had "what I call extremist images – they have no place in New Zealand or the world."
Ardern said he wanted to send a message to suspects: "You could have chosen us, but we completely reject and
The weapon mentioned the second change in its manifesto
1:31: The "manifesto" weapon rhetorically asked himself why he decided to use firearms or weapons to execute the attack. He replied that "I chose firearms for social discourse, adding that" enough of the press, the left wing of the United States will try to eliminate the second change, and the right wing of the US will see it as an attack on their freedom and freedom. "
" The United States to many factions under its second amendment, along with national, social, cultural and, most importantly, racial lines, "he said
The man responsible for shooting wrote about the "white genocide"
1:16 am: In the Manifesto, which seems to have been proclaimed around assault, , who claimed to be responsible for shooting, describes himself as a "normal" 28-year-old born in Australia. CBS News cannot confirm that it has actually been announced by an attacker.
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NYPD and LAPD Increase Security in New York and Los Angeles Mosques
1:45 am: Law Enforcement Two major US city officials have announced they are increasing security forces in mosques.
One of the suspects in New Zealand appears to have deliberately directed Muslims to mosques during Friday's prayers. The NYPD has made a public statement saying "they are following the developments in New Zealand carefully, and they value security in areas around the city with great caution".
LAPD said in a Twitter report that they "provide additional patrols around mosques.
Closing the school, the hospital is still locked up
1:26 am: The police stopped school, allowing their parents to worry about taking their children. Both mosques are still locked, just like the hospital where the victims were.
"We would like to reassure the public that there is a high level of police involvement in the city, and community security is our priority.
4 Detained People, Police Commissioner says
12:42 am: Police Commissioner Mike Bush said at a press conference there are four detainees. He said three were men and the other was a woman.
"I can't believe there are others," Bush said.
He did not give the exact number of people killed or injured, but said he was
He said "there is no assumption" that he is limited to Christchurch.
There were a number of IEDs on the vehicles that were stopped, Bush said
Police urged all New Zealand mosques to close their doors
12:23 am: Police said there were many casualties in two mosques
Police also called on all mosques New Zealand to close the door and ask people to refrain from visiting.
The Christchurch inhabitants were also asked to stay in the house
Prime Minister: "It is clear that this is one of the darkest days in New Zealand"
] 11:55 pm: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said at a news conference that "it is clear that this is one of the darkest days in New Zealand."
"Clearly what has happened here is extraordinary and unprecedented violence , "said Ardern.
Ardern said that many people directly affected by the shooting may be migrants or refugees. "They decided they were in New Zealand's home, and they … we're not in New Zealand's location for unprecedented and extreme violence, which is clear."
Witness: "I've seen dead people everywhere"
11:55 pm Witness Len Peneha told the Associated Press that he saw a black dressed man fall into the Masjid Al Noor mosque and then heard dozens of shots followed by people riding a mosque
"I saw "There were three inside the hall leading to the mosque and the people in the mosque. It's an incredible nut. I don't understand how everyone could do it for these people, everyone. It's funny." 19659012] Brian Pascus, Lex Haris and Brian Dakss Contributed to Reporting.