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Christchurch accused terrorist sick questions to the police after mosque shots in which 51 were killed

& # 39; How much did I kill, how much did I get? & # 39; Christchurch accused terrorist sick questions to the police after mosque shots in which 51 were killed

  • The Christchurch terrorist accused allegedly wanted to know how much he killed
  • After being arrested, the alleged Brenton Tarrant repeatedly asked for a body count
  • Tarrant is accused of killing 51 people and injuring 49 others in Christchurch
  • It is claimed that he stormed a mosque and an Islamic center before opening fire
  • He did not plead guilty to all charges against him
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The accused Christchurch mosque shooter asked the police how many people he had killed after he was arrested in the immediate aftermath of the massacre in March.

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Brenton Tarrant, 28, asked officers & how many have I killed? & # 39; and & # 39; how much did it get & # 39 ;, The Australian reported.

It was reported that Tarrant in a & # 39; confused & # 39; and & # 39; dazed & # 39; when he was arrested, but after he became clear again, he was only interested in the death toll.

The Christchurch mosque shooter repeatedly asked police how many people he had killed after being arrested in the immediate aftermath of the massacre in March

The officers did not answer his questions, but believe they had added them to their statements, which will come from part of the lawsuit against Tarrant.

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The Australian white supremacist, 28, is currently being sent back to a prison with maximum security pending trial for the murder of 51 Muslim worshipers in the worst mass shooting in modern history of New Zealand.

On March 15, Tarrant reportedly stormed the Al Noor Mosque and the Islamic Center of Linwood before he shot and killed over 50 worshipers and wounded another 49.

The entire massacre was also streamed live on social media.

The police initially filed a single representative murder indictment against Tarrant but accidentally named someone who was still alive before later changing the indictment.

It was reported that Tarrant in a & # 39; confused & # 39; and & # 39; stunned & # 39; when he was arrested, but after he became clear again, he was only interested in the death toll from his terrorist attack

It was reported that Tarrant in a & # 39; confused & # 39; and & # 39; stunned & # 39; when he was arrested, but after he became clear again, he was only interested in the death toll from his terrorist attack

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It was reported that Tarrant in a & # 39; confused & # 39; and & # 39; stunned & # 39; when he was arrested, but after he became clear again, he was only interested in the death toll from his terrorist attack

On March 15, Tarrant reportedly stormed the Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic Center before more than 50 Muslims were killed and killed and another 49 were injured.

On March 15, Tarrant reportedly stormed the Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic Center before more than 50 Muslims were killed and killed and another 49 were injured.

On March 15, Tarrant reportedly stormed the Al Noor Mosque and the Linwood Islamic Center before more than 50 Muslims were killed and killed and another 49 were injured.

Tarrant denied 51 allegations of murder, 40 of attempted murder and one terrorist crime for its alleged role in the March 15 shooting.

The accusation of terror against him will be the first prosecution of its kind in New Zealand and some legal experts say that this could potentially lead to a complex trial.

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He remains in prison for his trial, which is scheduled for May next year, but there is some speculation that the date could be changed.

During a hearing in August, accused shooter lawyers asked if the location for the trial could be changed in Auckland, where Tarrant is being held in a prison with maximum security, RNZ reported.

Judge Cameron Mander plans to hear arguments for the location change at the next hearing on October 3.

The court heard that mental health investigations had determined that Tarrant was suitable for trial.

& # 39; There is no problem regarding the ability of the accused to argue, advise and endure his trial. A fitness hearing is not required, & Judge Mander said.

The accusation of terror against him will be the first prosecution of its kind in New Zealand and some legal experts say it could potentially lead to a complex trial
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The accusation of terror against him will be the first prosecution of its kind in New Zealand and some legal experts say it could potentially lead to a complex trial

The accusation of terror against him will be the first prosecution of its kind in New Zealand and some legal experts say it could potentially lead to a complex trial

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