Tarrant appeals his conviction

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In arguably one of the most controversially event’s in New Zealand’s history, Brenton Tarrant appeals his conviction and life in prison sentence, and the government narrative that led to it. We continue to ask, what was Jacinda Ardern trying to hide? Actually, another question is why is she bringing this out now? What’s going wrong in NZ that she needs to distract us from?

Remember Jacinda Arderns global censorship laws, a.k.a. the Christchurch Call, the same framework that saw Donald Trump get booted from Twitter, depended on this event to launch her into the global media.

Stay tuned for our list of issues that still need to be answered, drawn from the over hundreds of media reports from around the world that have questioned the official government narrative with evidence unavailable to the NZ public.

It comes as no surprise that Tarrant appeals his conviction and life sentence, simply because there is still so much that does not make sense about the way this event was handled by the NZ government.

This from stuff.co.nz:

The terrorist who killed 51 people in the March 15 attack on two Christchurch mosques is appealing his conviction and sentence.

Brenton Tarrant was sentenced to life without parole after he pleaded guilty to 51 counts of murder, 40 counts of attempted murder and a terrorism charge.

The Court of Appeal has confirmed he has filed an appeal against his conviction and sentence for the 2019 attack.

No hearing has been set at this stage.

The gunman carried out New Zealand’s worst ever terrorist attack, killing 43 people at Al Noor Mosque, and a further seven at Linwood Islamic Centre during Friday prayers. The shooting was streamed live online and shared thousands of times.

The attack led to major gun reforms in New Zealand, and prompted the Christchurch Call, an initiative to eliminate extremist content online.

It is still unclear whether the appeal process will bring a temporary halt to the coronial inquiry into the events of March 15, 2019.

Coroner Brigitte Windley earlier launched a coronial inquiry into the attack, with the first phase of the inquest hearing scheduled to take place from May 15 to June 9 at the Christchurch law courts.

The inquiry will consider aspects such as whether the terrorist gunman acted alone on the day of the attack, and if any of the deceased could have possibly survived.

A spokesperson for the Ministry of Justice said the coroner will now consider the impact of the gunman’s appeal on the coronial inquiry.

Christchurch mosque terrorist appeals conviction and sentence