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In New Zealand, the trial began on last year's terrorist attack in Christchurch mosques

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In New Zealand, the trial began on last year's terrorist attack in Christchurch mosques

Today in New Zealand, a hearing began on the terrorist attack in Christchurch. The attack on this quiet New Zealand city occurred on March 15 last year. The alleged culprit is 29-year-old Brent Tarrant. His investigation called the accused of assaulting mosques and killing 51 people.


It became known that an Australian citizen, Brenton Harrison Tarrant, pleaded guilty to each episode in the course of the trial, conducted in the television broadcast mode. So, he pleaded guilty to the murder of 51 people, as well as causing injury to 49 Christchurch residents. It is mainly about the parishioners of the mosque Masjid al-Nur and the Islamic center of Lynnwood.

The New Zealand press reported that Tarrant admitted to preparing and committing a terrorist act on the basis of confessional rejection.

From a New Zealand media report:

When he listened to the judge’s speech, the offender was cold-blooded, did not show emotions.

The following fact is noteworthy: hearings on this high-profile case in the High Court of New Zealand began after the personal petition of the accused himself. According to him, he wants to "quickly hear the verdict of the court."

According to recent reports, the final verdict of the court was issued no earlier than May 1, since the court needs to hear the testimonies of numerous witnesses. Due to the danger of coronavirus, these indications will also be broadcast via video link.
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  2. Aerodrome
    Aerodrome 26 March 2020 08: 49 New
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    sorry for the dead, I am tormented by the question, like: how in the age of Such technologies, we have slipped to the point that the investigations and courts have been going on for years? and not the fact that they will end fairly. (not this case, but in general) humanity is really degrading from technology.
    1. Sancho_SP
      Sancho_SP 26 March 2020 08: 51 New
      +9
      Investigations and courts go on for years when there are many nuances in the case or when the accused asserts his rights.

      Better than "yes, he’s definitely guilty, shoot him without talking."
      1. Aerodrome
        Aerodrome 26 March 2020 08: 55 New
        -3
        Quote: Sancho_SP
        Investigations and courts go on for years when there are many nuances in the case or when the accused asserts his rights.

        Better than "yes, he’s definitely guilty, shoot him without talking."

        and helps? what percentage "sits" for nothing you know? it's not about "better this way", but about not giving a damn about a person, about statistics, about (blurring) "closing cases", about prizes. And the quality is lame.
        1. Vol4ara
          Vol4ara 26 March 2020 09: 17 New
          +3
          Quote: Aerodrome
          Quote: Sancho_SP
          Investigations and courts go on for years when there are many nuances in the case or when the accused asserts his rights.

          Better than "yes, he’s definitely guilty, shoot him without talking."

          and helps? what percentage "sits" for nothing you know? it's not about "better this way", but about not giving a damn about a person, about statistics, about (blurring) "closing cases", about prizes. And the quality is lame.

          Forgot to add "In Russia", sits in vain in Russia, statistics for other countries is completely different
      2. Paul Siebert
        Paul Siebert 26 March 2020 09: 36 New
        +5
        Quote: Sancho_SP
        Investigations and courts go on for years when there are many nuances in the case or when the accused asserts his rights.

        Better than "yes, he’s definitely guilty, shoot him without talking."

        Yes, that's for sure.
        In Norway, Breivik was educated in prison and is already preparing to go free.
        It does not fit in the head. Not only that, in the West, such Jackie-rippers wake up in the skulls of the townsfolk.
        So their liberal justice is ready to justify!
        In my opinion - such a movie must be finished. Ruthlessly.
        So that it wasn’t bad ... am
    2. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 26 March 2020 09: 07 New
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      Quote: Aerodrome
      as in the age of such technologies, have we slipped to the point where investigations and courts go on for years?

      High technology is not an indicator of a person’s literacy and intelligence. Such technologies design geniuses, create highly qualified specialists, and use all these technologies. Now almost every homeless person has a mobile phone. The world is becoming tougher, thanks to globalization, and its opponents have appeared, and this protest primarily goes to ordinary people. When a person lived in his country, with his people, with his religion, with his system of government, he did not need to challenge society. Now everything has changed, but to a greater extent this has affected the inter-human relationship. And in a terrible dream in Soviet Ukraine, it would not have been a dream that the Nazis and Bandera would seize power in the country.
      1. Aerodrome
        Aerodrome 26 March 2020 09: 12 New
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        Quote: tihonmarine
        High technology is not an indicator of a person’s literacy and intelligence.

        here, I signed up without even reading further .... (I read further) I dreamed ... I dreamed of western Ukraine, and not that, but I agree otherwise.
  3. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 26 March 2020 09: 46 New
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    When he listened to the judge’s speech, the offender was cold-blooded, did not show emotions.
    And in New Zealand it is customary to fight in a courtroom hysteria? It is unlikely that the offender who killed 51 people and injured 49 will weep and ask for mercy, especially the admirer and imitator of Breivik, who killed 77 people.