When a terrorist on Friday went into two mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand and beat up to 49 people to death, he used multiple weapons.
During the attack stremede he live to Facebook, and in the video, which Ekstra Bladet has seen, was the name of the Swedish girl Ebba Åkerlund written across a black rifle with white lettering.
the Offender shared this video of the attack on the Al Noor mosque. Here you can see that he had three rifles in the trunk, which he took with him during the attack. Video/editing: Reuters/Kristian Hansen.
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Ebba Åkerlund died in the terrorist attack in Stockholm in 2017, where an Uzbek man drove into a crowd on the handelsgaden Dronninggaten.
In a longer manifesto that was published shortly before the attacks, Ebba Åkerlunds deaths listed as the main reason for the attacks. Here the writing of the suspected terrorist, who of the australian and new zealand media are identified as Brenton Tarrant, that the attack was 'revenge for the Ebba'.
The Swedish girl's parents have reacted very violently to their daughter's name has been mentioned in connection with the attack.
- It is deeply tragic that Ebbas name from being used in political propaganda, writes Ebbas mother to Aftonbladet.
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Also Ebbas father has commented on the attack in New Zealand.
- I got cold sweats when I saw that he had a rifle with my daughter's name on it. How in the hell do we ever get peace, says the father to Aftonbladet.
He saw the picture of the gun on Swedish tv in the morning.
An image from the video, where the man takes the weapons in his trunk. Photo: Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
the Attack in New Zealand is known as a turning point by Paul Buchanan, who is the director of the security think-tank 36th-parallel.
- We have now been infected by a confrontational virus, which has been seen too often in the UNITED states and Europe, says Paul Buchanan to nzherald.
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According to him, the new zealand authorities had a single-minded focus on islamic extremism due to limited funds.
- Since 9/11 the focus has been on islamic extremism, but right-wing extremists have been very visible in recent years in New Zealand and has carried out several attacks on minority communities, says Paul Buchanan.
He describes the manifest as 'taken straight out of a white racists playbook'.
Many flowers at the Masjid-the mosque, where one of the attacks took place. Photo: Marty Melville/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix
the Manifest is, according to the skriveprogrammets data created by australian Brenton Tarrant reported arrested in connection with the attack. It was last edited the day before the attacks.
In the manifest describes the Brenton Tarrant himself as an ordinary 28-year-old man born in Australia. He has no education and worked part-time at a kebab-restaurant. He writes that he has planned the attack in Christchurch for three months and chose the site, because a church had been converted into a mosque.
He calls himself a fascist and write that China is the state, he politically sympathizes the most with. In addition sympathize he with Anders Breivik, as he is, according to the manifest is 'blessed'.
He writes that he hopes to survive the attack, and he will refuse guilty in a trial.
the Flag is at half of the new zealand parliament. Photo: Marty Melville/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix
After Friday's attack is a total of four persons in police custody. The police have since said that one of them doesn't have relations to the attack, while two others ' role in the matter remains to be investigated. They should so far not be made to a judge, in contrast to the arrested, australian citizen, who probably is identical with Brenton Tarrant.
the Police will still not exclude the possibility that there are multiple perpetrators, if they are not looking for specific persons.
Photo: Tessa Burrows/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix
the Attack started around at 13.40 local time, when the armed man walked into the al-Noor mosque in the west of Christchurch, while he livestreamede the attack.
the Danish police urge you to not share the videos from the event.