Despite the fact that the police and the obducenter extended staff of 90 people, the process goes to identify the murdered bodies slowly. Tuesday night, local time, all of the analyses that are clear, according to police. But far from all of the bodies have been handed over to the families.
In the meantime, waiting for family and friends eager to bury them.
the gathering Place for the families of the victims in the attacks have been moved to a building right behind the cricketklubben at the Hagley Oval. The building is obscured partially by the fence, and large trees.
getting to get support, food and information. It comes and goes a steady stream of people to and from the premises. On the fifth day after the attack, it was noticeable that the frustration increased.
– We get no information about when they will be finished. We may not see the bodies, we just run away, " says Mohammed Safi who is a friend to one of the affected families.
Every day he gets the same information that he has to wait. He thinks it would be much better if the relatives had to help identify the bodies to speed on the work of the police.
In the meantime, they act muslim leaders as an intermediary between the authorities and the families to mediate and maintain peace.Tabrez Ali is a product manager in the common case. Now directs he the traffic at the samlingscentrumet and parts out of buns for those who want. Photo: Tina Zenou
the entrance to the building, but the atmosphere is friendly. Tabrez Ali, as everyday is a product manager in Auckland, may act traffic warden and ensure that only the closest families can park next to the community hall. The other, he refers to a car park further away, when he is not serving buns and water.
" We have been given so incredibly much food as gifts. We can't eat up all themselves, " he says.
Ahmed Waly comes walking in white dress and black headdress. He has just been at yet another meeting about the situation.
– They say just the same thing every time, that we must have patience. People seem to be getting impatient in there, "he says and continues:
" we do the best We can to cooperate with the hospitals and the police, but it is very emotional. The dead are gone, but just to get to see the body would be a comfort. It has been five days and I understand that people are frustrated.
, originally from Afghanistan, survived the attack in Linwood mosque. He saw at close quarters when the suspected offender Brenton Tannart shot down two of his muslim friends.
" I remember that he wore a helmet and shot at the driveway to the mosque. I first thought it was kids playing so I went out to see what it was, " he says.
Himself, he was also shot but survived. Now he just waits for a finish to be able to go on.
Jacinda Ardern refuses to mention the suspected mass murderer by the name of
Police got a tip about the right-wing just before the attack