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Suspected terrorist before a judge – stays in custody

Shortly after 11 o'clock on Saturday morning, local time, was 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant before a judge. The preliminary hearing in the district court in Chri

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Suspected terrorist before a judge – stays in custody

Shortly after 11 o'clock on Saturday morning, local time, was 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant before a judge. The preliminary hearing in the district court in Christchurch was held barely a day after the first shots were fired against visitors Al Noor mosque. It was held by the safety reasons behind closed doors.

the Newspaper New Zealand Herald writes that the 28-year-old was dressed in white häkteskläder and that he was taken to the judge barefoot and with his hands in shackles. He should have flinat against the cameras that were given to him in the hall.

the Newspaper says that Brenton Tarrant had a wound on its upper lip, and that he spoke during the hearing. However, should he have made a handgest which is connected to the white power movement when he was photographed.

The suspicious man's identity was confirmed during the negotiations and Brenton Harrison Tarrant, that is his full name, will now continue to find themselves in prison, without the possibility of bail, and will re-appear in court on 5 april.

Read more: This we know about moskédåden in New Zealand

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announced that Brenton Tarrant will not apply if either the bail or that his name should be censored. The judge, however, asked that all of the photographs that were taken in the suspected offender would pixlas to hide his appearance.

Many people, including relatives of the victims of the terrorist attacks, gathered outside of the building monitored by a police helicopter.

During Saturday morning, local time, was the Brenton Tarrant to the court. Photo: Tessa Burrows/AFP

said the New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, at a press conference that the country's gun laws will change.

– It is the right time to do it, " said Ardern on Saturday morning local time.

Five weapons, including two automatic rifles, have been found in the two mosques that were attacked during prayer on Friday. The fact that the suspected mass murderer Brenton Tarrant had received a weapons licence and been able to buy weapons shows the need to strengthen the law, according to the prime minister.

" We are a country in mourning and we are looking for answers.

Read more: This we know about moskédåden in New Zealand

Of the three men arrested is no previous criminal record and the police will focus on investigating the men's backgrounds.

the Prime minister will now travel from Wellington to Christchurch, along with the leader of the opposition.

in the botanical gardens In Christchurch leaving people with flowers to commemorate the victims of the terrorist attacks. Photo: Tessa Burrows/AFP

Lianne Dalziel will the families of the victims to get financial help. At a press conference on Saturday morning local time, said the mayor, that she's been contacted by many who want to honor those who were killed.

During the weekend are sports events and concerts in Christchurch. In the whole city with 400.000 inhabitants hoisted the flags at half mast.

at Least 49 people were killed when the suspected mass murderer shot with automatic weapons in two mosques during Friday prayers.

Shortly after 12 o'clock local time, reported the New Zealand Herald that 18-year-old man arrested in Christchurch. He is suspected of incitement to hate crime, and that he by publishing written material must have been intended to ”stir up hostility or aversion towards specific groups based on color, ethnicity, or origin”. The newspaper writes that it is uncertain whether the arrest of 18-year-old in connection with Friday's terror attacks.

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Niklas Orrenius: the Ideas behind the church in Christchurch is also available here

Moskébesökare: ”of Course, I am afraid”

Read more: This we know about the suspected offender

Michael Winiarski: White power activists are a growing threat to democracy

Read more: Australian senator blames the terror attack on the muslim immigration

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