An Australian suspect was arrested after dozens of believers were shot dead at two mosque courts in New Zealand, did not repent, looking at media members with a smile on their faces. District Court and was charged with murder. On April 5, he was not sentenced to the next statement in the Supreme Court of the City of the Southern Island
. Had handcuffed clothes, put on clothes and wore a white suit, Tarran did not say. His lawyer appointed by the court did not file any petition for bail or suppression of the name.
He woke up with an upside-down signal "good", the symbol of which was used by white power groups around the world.
Andrew Thomas Al Jazeera, a report from Christchurch, said the suspect closed his eyes intensely with journalists.
"He came to court, he did not say anything at all. He stood there looking directly at the media in the courtroom and smiled everywhere his appearance," Thomas said.
Judge Paul Kellar allowed to take photos, but ordered that the face of the former fitness instructor was blurred in order to preserve the rights to a fair trial.
New Zealand filming: many fans died in Christchurch mosques
detained while the police tried to determine what role they played in cold-blooded attacks that struck New Zealand – a country so peaceful that police officers rarely carry weapons . In history or on any watch list in New Zealand or Australia
Of the 49 people killed during a mosque attack, this was the most absurd shooting in the modern history of New Zealand. The funerals were scheduled on Saturday for some victims.
The medical staff reported that 39 wounded are being treated in hospitals, 11 in critical condition, including a four-year-old girl.
The Muslim world, including Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Malaysia. The dead were women and children
The documents on the pistols interrogated
Summoning this well-planned terrorist attack, Prime Minister Jakind Ardern stated that the main suspect was a licensed owner of a pistol using weapons and weapons , automatic weapons and two rifles.
Weapons have been modified to allow faster rollover of rounds, she said.
"I can tell you one thing right now, our weapons laws will change," Ardern told reporters, saying that the ban on semi-automatic weapons would be considered.
She said that the suspect intended to continue the rage before he was caught by the police.
New Zealand, with a population of ninety million people, has relatively free firearms laws and about 1.5 million firearms, or about every three people. But it has one of the lowest killer rates in the world. In 2015, there were only eight murders of the pistol.
Tarran published a mixed manifest on 74 pages in social networks in which he called himself by name, and stated that he was a white rule who wanted to take revenge for the attacks in Europe carried out by Muslims.
"We stand in solidarity."
Last year, Muslim communities raised 200 thousand dollars to victims of the Pittsburgh Synagogue, killing 11 people.
Now the Jewish Pittsburgh Federation is collecting money for victims in New Zealand mosques, killing at least 49 people. pic.twitter.com/XVPwBznzUr
– AJ + (@ajplus) March 15, 2019
An armed player also showed in graphic details 17 minutes of his rage in the al-Nur mosque, where he sprayed fans of bullets, killing at least 41 people. Several more people died as a result of an attack on a second mosque in the city in a short time. Police also disposed of explosive devices in the car.
The authorities did not say if the same person was responsible for both shootings.
Tarrant's relatives in the Australian city of Grafton, New South Wales, contacted the police after learning about shooting.
Tarrant has had some time in Australia for the past four years, and he has only minor traffic violations.
Searching for relatives
On Saturday, outside of one of two mosques, 32-year-old Ash Mohammed pushed through police barricades, hoping to find out what happened to his father and two brothers whose mobile phones did not respond. The officer stopped him.
"We just want to know if they are dead or alive," Mohammed said to the officer.
After the bloodshed on Friday, the level of the threat of the country was raised from low to high. Police warned Muslims to go to a mosque in any part of New Zealand, and the national airline canceled several flights to and from Christchurch, a city of nearly 400,000 people.
| People Express Respect By Posting Flowers For Christchurch Victims On Saturdays  New Zealand is generally considered to be welcoming for migrants and refugees. On Saturday, people across the country turned to Muslims in their communities with social media to volunteer acts of charity – offering a ride to a grocery store or volunteering with them if they felt dangerous.
Muslims make up only one percent of the population of New Zealand, according to the 2013 census, most of whom were born abroad.
A website created for victims collected more than $ 684,000 less than a day and social media were flooded with reports of shock, compassion and solidarity
One image widely spread on a cartoon kiwi, a national bird of a creeping country . Another showed a couple of figures, one in a scarf, hugging.
City is sad
Al Nur Mosque is located opposite the great English style park filled with high oaks. On the mornings on Saturday, dozens of people stood silent when faced with the building, when the police were about their work.
With a closed street sounded only screams and a random motor of the car at a distance. Sometimes the sound of a fading broke.
Several hundred meters in the street, where the action was supposed to take place after attacking the first mosque, flower bundles were slowly built in memory.
Many of those who visited this scene were migrants, newcomers to the city and a country that is proud of its peaceful nature.
Rizwan Khan, 32, from West Bengal, India, told Al Jazeera about his wealth when appointment in the city meant that he was late for his usual trip to the al-Nur mosque.
"Because I was late, I decided not to go," said Khan. "I am very thankful to God, I can not imagine what would happen. One of my friends called me, as I usually pray in the mosque, and when I called him, he simply said that he was shot in the shoulder.
" For me just saved the luck. "
Other stories were just as wonderful – for no good reason.
Two young Muslim men described how uncle his friend came to visit him from India. He went to the Al-Nur Mosque on the eve of flying home to the cold. shoot him.
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In a movie the killer spends more than two minutes on the mosque, aiming for fearful fans who went to the street where he shot at people on the sidewalk. at a distance when he returns to his car to get another weapon. He returned to the mosque, where at least two dozen people lay on the ground.