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Watiting for the sentences in Paris’ (Charlie Hebdo) and Christchurch (Brenton Tarrant)

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Washington Post, Aug 25, 2020

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand — The gunman who attacked worshipers at two New Zealand mosques last year, killing 51 people and injuring 49, faced his surviving victims and relatives of the deceased in a courtroom on Monday as harrowing new details of the killing rampage emerged.

A judge this week is determining the sentence for Brenton Tarrant, who pleaded guilty in March to dozens of counts of murder and attempted murder and one count of committing a terrorist act in connection with the March 15, 2019, massacres at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Center in Christchurch. The 29-year-old Australian had posted white-supremacist views online and live-streamed the slaughter on Facebook.

A white supremacist who killed 51 people at two mosques in New Zealand in 2019 watched on Aug. 24 as relatives of his victims recalled the horror of the attack. (Reuters)

The attacks — the worst acts of violence in New Zealand’s modern history — shocked a nation accustomed to low crime rates and little history of terrorist activity, and spurred Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to tighten gun laws.


Attentats de janvier 2015 : le procès s’ouvre sous haute surveillance à Paris
14 accusés devront répondre à partir du 2 septembre d’avoir apporté un soutien aux frères Kouachi et à Amedy Coulibaly dans la préparation des attentats.
Attentats de janvier 2015 : le procès s’ouvre sous haute surveillance à Paris #Justice v @LePoint


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