Once he was a trainer in a gym in the countryside in Australia and according to him even a 'regular white guy'.
But now Brenton Tarrant anything but ordinary. For Friday, he was, according to a charge behind the bloody masseskyderier in two mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand. 49 people were killed and several were injured.
The suspected killer was on Saturday put on trial and imprisoned.
Brenton Tarrant was not in any terroristliste, and he has immediately no registered crime behind him.
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The 28-year-old australian grew up in Grafton in northern New South Wales, where he graduated from high school, before he began to work in a local centre in 2009.
the Owner of the centre, Tracey Gray, describing him as a hard-working coach. But also tells, that it seemed as if he changed because of his travels to Europe and Asia.
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- I think something must have changed him over the years, he used to travel abroad, tells Gray to the australian media, the ABC.
- have At some time experiences or a group got hold of him, she says.
the Owner's speculation is backed up by a hateful manifesto, as Tarrant has turned up on social media prior to the killings in Christchurch.
His manifesto was inspired by right-wing extremists. Among other things, he was inspired by the Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik, who in 2011 beat the 77 people killed in Norway.
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In the 74 pages long manifesto, writes Tarrant, that he first began to consider an attack in april and may 2017, when he traveled to France and other places in western Europe.
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he mentions that He was shocked over the 'invasion' of immigrants in French cities and his 'contempt' for the French presidential election this year, where the pro-european Emmanuel Macron won over the right-wing Marine Le Pen.
In a short autobiographical section of the manifest describes the Tarrant himself as 'just an ordinary white man', 'born in Australia in the working class, in a lavindkomstfamilie'.
His childhood was 'normal' and smooth, he claims. He reached the 'just in time' to get through school, and he had no interest in going after to get a higher education.
According to the media, died at his father of cancer in 2010, and according to Tracey Gray from the gym living with his mother and sister are still in Grafton.
Tarrant left the gym in 2011, and he admits that his travel was funded by the money he earned to invest in kryptovaluta.
Two semiautomatic weapons, two shotguns and a rifle was allegedly used during Friday's deadly attack. Photo of the weapons with distinctive text was put up on social media days before the attacks.
Nedkradset in English and several eastern european languages were the names of numerous historical militant persons mentioned - many of them were involved in the fight against the ottoman forces in the 15. and 16. century.
OVERVIEW: What do we know about moskéangrebet
An armed person needed Friday into a mosque in the city of Christchurch in New Zealand. He loosened the shots against the muslims to the islamic, so that more were killed and several injured.
Also a second mosque in the city was hit by a skudangreb.
Here is what we on the night of Saturday, local time, at the about the attacks:
* Friday around at 13.40 local time, an armed man entered the Masjid al Noor mosque in central Christchurch and opened fire.
* Around 300 people had gathered for Friday prayer.
* The central part of the city was cleared of people. The town hall, hospitals and schools were closed, and people would be in the buildings where they were. School students, who participated in the klimastrejke in Christchurch, were evacuated.
* in Addition to the warned the police people to go to mosques any place in New Zealand, because it was unknown whether there would be more attacks during the Friday prayers.
* the Police moved strong in numbers out after the notifications about the attacks, and there is still a large police presence in Christchurch.
* the Police confirmed to the british newspaper the Guardian, that there was a bomb in a car that crashed about three kilometres from Masjid al Noor mosque.
Dead and wounded:
* 49 people have died as a result of the attacks. It confirmed the local rigspolitichef Mike Bush at a news conference Friday morning, Danish time.
* 41 of the victims were killed in the mosque of Masjid al Noor in the central part of Christchurch. Seven others were shot and killed in the mosque Linwood Ave - three of them outside the building. The last victim died at the hospital.
* in Addition, the receiver 42 persons on the night of Saturday local time to continue treatment at the hospital, writes the BBC.
* Several of them reported seriously wounded, including a four-year boy.
* Three people were arrested after the shootings, stated rigspolitichef Mike Bush. The police will not exclude the possibility that there are multiple perpetrators.
* One of the alleged perpetrators is a 28-year-old australian citizen by the name of Brenton Tarrant.
* He is charged with murder and is the only one of those arrested has been made in grundlovsforhør. It happened at the court in Christchurch, where a judge chose to Tarrant were to remain imprisoned until 5. april.
* It is expected that he will be charged with several crimes.
* the Prosecutor general in Bulgaria has initiated an investigation of the 28-year-old man after it emerged that he was in Bulgaria from 9. to the 15. november of last year. His intention of the visit must be looked for in the seams.
* Brenton Tarrant has also visited Turkey recently.
Video of skudangreb:
* A video circulating on the network with footage of the shooting. The police urge everyone to not to share the video, that is very offensive to both the victims and survivors.
* It was the alleged perpetrator himself, who recorded the video, which was broadcast live on Facebook. He did this supposedly with a camera that was strapped to his forehead.
* Facebook took after comments from the new zealand police immediately the video down, writes the Daily Mail.
* in Addition, the suspected person accounts on Facebook and Instagram closed.
* The alleged offender Tarrant has also given a supposedly right-wing extremist manifesto on the web.
* New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, describes as "one of the darkest days in New Zealand's history". She says, "that it can only be described as a terrorist attack".
* Police say that there is still the extremely high risk associated with moving out of Christchurch.
Sources: Reuters, AFP, BBC.