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The prime minister: Killer was not finished

Brenton Harrison Tarrant, who is suspected to be the perpetrator behind the bloody masseskyderier in New Zealand on Friday, had plans to continue its attack.

It tells the New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, according to The Guardian and Reuters.

- the Perpetrator was mobile. There were two other firearms in the vehicle, as the offender was in, and it was definitely his intention to continue his attack, says Ardern, according to Reuters.

The 28-year-old australian-born man was apprehended by police before he could reach to lead the rest of his plans in life. 36 minutes after the first alarm calls the police had fingers in Tarrant.

What his plans were, telling Ardern not.

However, had Brenton Tarrant supposedly five firearms when he was arrested. Two of them were semi-automatic.

Although he is, according to Ardern not completed his plan, he did allegedly take the lives of 49 people in two mosques in the city of Christchurch. It happened on Friday afternoon local time, where several hundred people had turned up for the prayer.

Among the wounded and the dead are both the children as older, men as women, writes The Guardian.

the Majority of skudofrene are men aged between 30 and 40 years, informs hospitalschef at Christchurch Hospital Greg Robertson.

The suspect was late Friday evening Danish time manufactured in grundlovsforhør charged with one killing. It is expected that there will be additional charges. A judge at the general court in Christchurch chose to imprison the 28-year-old australian until 5. april, when the next hearing takes place.

It is unknown, how Brenton Tarrant relate to the charge.

OVERVIEW: What do we know about moskéangrebet

An armed person needed Friday into a mosque in the city of Christchurch in New Zealand. He loosened the shots against the muslims to the islamic, so that more were killed and several injured.

Also a second mosque in the city was hit by a skudangreb.

Here is what we on the night of Saturday, local time, at the about the attacks:


* Friday around at 13.40 local time, an armed man entered the Masjid al Noor mosque in central Christchurch and opened fire.

* Around 300 people had gathered for Friday prayer.

* The central part of the city was cleared of people. The town hall, hospitals and schools were closed, and people would be in the buildings where they were. School students, who participated in the klimastrejke in Christchurch, were evacuated.

* in Addition to the warned the police people to go to mosques any place in New Zealand, because it was unknown whether there would be more attacks during the Friday prayers.

* the Police moved strong in numbers out after the notifications about the attacks, and there is still a large police presence in Christchurch.

* the Police confirmed to the british newspaper the Guardian, that there was a bomb in a car that crashed about three kilometres from Masjid al Noor mosque.

Dead and wounded:

* 49 people have died as a result of the attacks. It confirmed the local rigspolitichef Mike Bush at a news conference Friday morning, Danish time.

* 41 of the victims were killed in the mosque of Masjid al Noor in the central part of Christchurch. Seven others were shot and killed in the mosque Linwood Ave - three of them outside the building. The last victim died at the hospital.

* in Addition, the receiver 42 persons on the night of Saturday local time to continue treatment at the hospital, writes the BBC.

* Several of them reported seriously wounded, including a four-year boy.

Alleged perpetrators:

* Three people were arrested after the shootings, stated rigspolitichef Mike Bush. The police will not exclude the possibility that there are multiple perpetrators.

* One of the alleged perpetrators is a 28-year-old australian citizen by the name of Brenton Tarrant.

* He is charged with murder and is the only one of those arrested has been made in grundlovsforhør. It happened at the court in Christchurch, where a judge chose to Tarrant were to remain imprisoned until 5. april.

* It is expected that he will be charged with several crimes.

* the Prosecutor general in Bulgaria has initiated an investigation of the 28-year-old man after it emerged that he was in Bulgaria from 9. to the 15. november of last year. His intention of the visit must be looked for in the seams.

* Brenton Tarrant has also visited Turkey recently.

Video of skudangreb:

* A video circulating on the network with footage of the shooting. The police urge everyone to not to share the video, that is very offensive to both the victims and survivors.

* It was the alleged perpetrator himself, who recorded the video, which was broadcast live on Facebook. He did this supposedly with a camera that was strapped to his forehead.

* Facebook took after comments from the new zealand police immediately the video down, writes the Daily Mail.

* in Addition, the suspected person accounts on Facebook and Instagram closed.

* The alleged offender Tarrant has also given a supposedly right-wing extremist manifesto on the web.

Policy responses:

* New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, describes as "one of the darkest days in New Zealand's history". She says, "that it can only be described as a terrorist attack".

* Police say that there is still the extremely high risk associated with moving out of Christchurch.

Sources: Reuters, AFP, BBC.

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

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