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Terrorist suspect sent the manifesto to the prime minister

Brenton Tarrant, who is suspected to have transformed two mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand to a bloodbath, sent shortly before the massacre a manifesto to the country's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern.

It confirms the ministry according to the New Zealand Herald.

the prime minister received the allegedly hate-filled manifesto, less than ten minutes before the attacks, which have killed at least 49 people and wounded even more.

With a mounted camera on a helmet filmed the perpetrator of the attack against the Al Noor mosque in Deans Ave Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

By the attacks, which were broadcast live from in 17 minutes, took the offender out of a total of five weapons, including two semi-automatic rifles and two shotgun. Brenton Tarrant had a firearms licence from 2017.

'In the email, he gives his reasons for doing it. He has not said it here is what I will do. There was no opportunity to stop it', says the spokesperson, who explains that the email was phrased, as if the tragic events had already taken place, writes The New Zealand Herald.

Jacinda Ardern could not have prevented the attacks, although she received the terrormistænktes manifest, before he went crazy. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

The eerie greeting was according to the prime minister's spokesman did not directly sent to her personally, but to her office.

It was thus also not Jacinda Ardern itself, which opened the 74 pages long manifest.

As the man was aware of the contents, the police were immediately alerted.

the Suspected terrorist make controversial characters

the Manifest is also emailed to Simon Bridges, leader of the New Zealand National Party and the president of the european parliament Trevor Mallard.

Other recipients of the manifest counts, according to a spokesman for the prime minister national and international media.

Brenton Tarrant is supposed to be behind the terrorist attack in New Zealand on Friday afternoon local time. Photo: REX/Shutterstock

The New Zealand Herald refusing to have got the manifest sent to us by the suspects.

the 28-year-old Tarrant has also published the manifesto on social media prior to the killings in Christchurch.

this Manifesto is inspired by other right-wing extremists - among other things, the Norwegian mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik, who in 2011 beat the 77 people killed in Norway.

Brenton Tarrant is here meshed at the request of the Christchurch District Court, where he after the mass murder was brought to a judge. Photo: Ritzau/Scanpix

According to the manifesto began Tarrant first to consider an attack in april and may 2017, when he traveled to France and other places in western Europe.

the 112 - 15. mar. 2019 - at. 18:25 Eyewitness to massacre: - He just looked at me, he was by his own admission, shocked at 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.

the 112 - 16. mar. 2019 - at. 06:12 Prime minister: the Culprit was not done

Tarrant describes himself as 'just an ordinary white man', 'born in Australia in the working class, in a lavindkomstfamilie'.

He describes his childhood as 'normal' and hassle-free. According to Tarrant himself, he 'just' to get through school and had no interest in going after to get a higher education.

Although Tarrant is the prime suspect in Friday's terrorist attack, he is at the right Chrustchurch the District Court's preliminary just charged with a homicide.

The suspect pleaded neither guilty or not guilty and asked not about navneforbud at the hearing.

One of the victims of the night skudattentat run away from the scene of the crime Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

The 28-year-old Brenton Tarrant sent live from the massacre in New Zealand Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

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