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Police warn: do not Share New Zealand-video

49 people have so far lost their lives as a result of a terrorist attack against two mosques in the new zealand city of Christchurch.

Here needed an armed perpetrator to Friday at 13.40 local time in mosques and firing at random.

the Attack on the first mosque was streamed live on Facebook, and although the social media removed the original video, posted the still in big style on the web.

It will now get the Police to warn, to share the violent video.

- Let be with to share the video. It is incredibly offensive to the bereaved, and may in some cases be a criminal offence to share the kind of material, " says Mikael Wern, inspector at National Efterforskningscenter in the national Police, in a press release.

- at the same time it is an intense experience, both to see and receive the kind of videos, and it can have far-reaching consequences for oneself, he says.

the national Police whereas a number of persons have been charged with sharing a video that shows a woman being killed in Morocco. Here, most aim to share something that relates to others ' private matters, while the individual also is accused of cheap terrorism. Therefore, it can be a criminal offence to share a how to video, whatever the purpose is.

Four people have been arrested in New Zealand in connection with the terrorist attack on the two mosques.

of Which, however, it has been shown that one of them does not have anything with the incident to make, and two others role are still examined. The fourth is assessed, nevertheless, to be hovedbagmanden, and he will be on Saturday produced before a judge and charged with the killing.

new zealand police have not confirmed the identity of the man, in addition to there is talk of a 28-year-old australian citizen.

That is by all accounts talking about the same man, as livestreamede the many heinous killing, and who has also made a 74-page manifesto, where he writes about the background for the attack.

New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, said Friday morning, Danish time, that there was a terrorist attack, and that 'there was talk about one of the darkest moments in the country's history'.

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