WELLINGTON, New Zealand – Weapon opened fire in two mosques in central Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday, killing several people what the Prime Minister of the country called "a special and unprecedented act of violence".
The police said one person was detained, but they were not sure if there were other people. National police commissioner Mike Bush warned Christchurch's center to stay indoors and police asked to close the mosques.
"This is and will be one of the darkest days in New Zealand," said New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern at a press conference
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shooting, someone who is an army officer, has made publicly available links to the Twitter forum and the 8chan. The 8chan record included a reference to what appeared on the army's Facebook page, where he said he would be broadcasting an immediate video of the attack
The 17-minute video that appeared in the helmet camera shows him to go to the mosque after when it hits the mosque almost two minutes before leaving the building and returning to his car and changing arms
then he returns to the mosque and starts firing again, continuing to methodically go through the mosque. Several victims can be seen in the footage, many of them pushing one on top of another in an unjustified corner of the room.
After a few minutes, he leaves again, enters his vehicle and rides with himself. 19659002] "There was no time to go, there were so many goals," he says at one point.
Video and Twitter recordings showed weapons that were included in previous military generals and men who had recently executed mass shooting
In his manifesto he found himself as a 28-year-old man born in Australia. He listed his white nationalist hero, described what he said, motivating him to attack, and said he deliberately used weapons to cause disagreement in the United States around the Second Amendment.
While the shooting details are still unclear, one alleged witness, Bangladesh's journalist Mohammad Isam, has released a video of a member of the Bangladesh National Cricket Team, which he said escaped from the attack. 19659002] The picture showed several teammates traveling urgently through the park with a report, "The Bangladesh team escaped from the mosque near the Hagley Park, where there were active shooters. They returned back through Hagley Park back to Oval, "based on a nearby cricket square"
. Ardern canceled his events for the rest of the day after the shooting
Shooting took place after the country's climate minister, James Shawas, 45, told the police that he had been caught and hit the street in the country's capital, Wellington
when young protesters gathered in the cities of Christchurch and around the world demanding action on climate change
Christchurch, with a population of about 388,000, is the largest city in the new towns of southern Zealand, encircling the Pacific coast
There was no New Zealand mass shooting because a man killed 13 people, including two 6-year-olds, after a dispute with a neighbor
This shooting resulted in stricter weapons laws, including restrictions on "military-style semi-automatic weapons".
Arms owners need to be licensed, the process includes a review of criminal activity and mental health. L, explaining how a weapon will be used, a visit to a place of residence to ensure safe storage, and feedback from relatives and friends
New Zealand The killer is rare and the deaths of the weapons are even rarer. 2017 There were 35 murders in the country. Since 2007 Weapon murder was each year, except for 2009, when there was 11.
But there are many weapons. According to the Small Arms Survey, Swiss Nonprofit, 2017 1.2 million people were registered in the country. Registered firearms.