new zealand police said on Thursday that Brenton Tarrant, who is suspected of the terror attack against two mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand on 15 march, is being prosecuted on a total of 89 points.
, why he is being prosecuted for murder in 50 cases. The other charges applies to attempts to murder.
Police are ”considering” other counts, according to the statement.
The 28-year-old australian citizen Tarrant has been in custody since he was arrested, but so far he has formally been charged with murder in one case.
He shall return to the courtroom on Friday, writes the New Zealand Herald. This time it will be in a higher court than when he first was put on trial on 16 march.
the worst in New Zealand's history.
the Offender fired indiscriminately with automatic weapons against the people in al-Noormoskén and the islamic center Linwood, several of whom were in prayer.
Judge Cameron Mander said ' no ' to all requests from the media to film, take photographs or make recordings during Friday's court hearing. Journalists may, however, be present in the hall.
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