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Brenton Tarrants evidence suppressed by Royal Commission for 30 years

Evidence given by ministers and public sector bosses to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch terrorist attack will be suppressed for 30 years. And an interview with the Australian-born terrorist will never be released out of concern it could inspire and assist further attacks. The inquiry’s report was provided to Internal Affairs Minister… Continue reading Brenton Tarrants evidence suppressed by Royal Commission for 30 years

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Christchurch mosque attacks: NZ spy chiefs called in for high-level meeting days after shootings

Spy chiefs pointedly told a high-level intelligence meeting days after the Christchurch terror attacks that domestic security investigations can’t begin without a “lead” and stressed the difficulties in monitoring online extremism, newly-released documents show. The New Zealand Security Intelligence Service (NZSIS) and Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) were sent scrambling after the March 15, 2019… Continue reading Christchurch mosque attacks: NZ spy chiefs called in for high-level meeting days after shootings

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Exemptions for Christchurch terror victims ‘within days’

Compare this with the treatment Christians get in Islamic Countries! NZ will go into Covid 19 lockdown again for this trial! The Immigration Minister is demanding officials give urgent help to overseas victims of the Christchurch terror attack and their families. Yesterday, High Court Justice Cameron Mander announced the terrorist, who pleaded guilty to mass… Continue reading Exemptions for Christchurch terror victims ‘within days’

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Let mosque families decide whether to release shooter’s interview details to public, says Farouk

FIANZ want to make sure that none of the details of the Islamic involvement in Tarrant’s recruitment, training and cover up are revealed before the public see it. A Muslim community leader says the immediate families of the Christchurch mosque shooting victims should have the final say on whether an interview with the man convicted of… Continue reading Let mosque families decide whether to release shooter’s interview details to public, says Farouk

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Mosque gunman’s interview ‘needs to be shared with the wider public’

The silence of NZ Muslims has been brought with MILLIONS of dollars! The Royal Commission into the Attack on the Christchurch Mosques set up to find answers about the attack announced yesterday it had spoken to the shooter, Brenton Tarrant, as part of its inquiries. Tarrant is awaiting sentencing for the murders of 51 people… Continue reading Mosque gunman’s interview ‘needs to be shared with the wider public’

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Mosque shooter interviewed to ‘provide answers to NZ public’

In March this year, the offender pleaded guilty to 51 charges of murder, 40 charges of attempted murder and a charge of engaging in a terrorist act and was convicted on every count. Due to the guilty plea, there will be no trial – which has left friends and relatives of those affected with questions.… Continue reading Mosque shooter interviewed to ‘provide answers to NZ public’

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Royal Commission investigating Chch mosque attacks needed extension despite lockdown

Islamic Women Council’s submission to the Royal Commission on the Christchurch attacks Photo: RNZ /Dom Thomas Cabinet last month agreed to give the top level-inquiry another two months to complete its investigation, after it asked for the extension. The Royal Commission said it wasn’t going to meet its 30 April deadline because the nationwide lockdown… Continue reading Royal Commission investigating Chch mosque attacks needed extension despite lockdown

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Mosque terror attack inquiry findings delayed two more months

The high-level inquiry was due to submit its final report at the end of this month, but the nationwide lockdown had prevented staff from accessing parts of the draft report from home. It has been investigating what could and should have been done to prevent the 15 March terrorist attack, what could be done to… Continue reading Mosque terror attack inquiry findings delayed two more months

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Christchurch mosque shootings: Muslim leader questions accused’s access to report

See also: NZ PM to fulfil Islamic State leaders request. See also: Compile: the long history of faithful Canterbury muslims. The man accused of the Christchurch mosque shootings will be one of the first to see draft sections of the report compiled by the royal commission investigating the attacks. As well as reading parts of… Continue reading Christchurch mosque shootings: Muslim leader questions accused’s access to report

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Video: Select Committee shuts down livestream after submitter points out Tarrant wasn’t vetted properly.

The Finance and Expenditure Select Committee is currently hearing oral submissions on the governments second round of firearms law changes, and so far some 95% of the submissions have been against the bill. Such opposition is completely understandable given that the bill cranks up restrictions and punishments on those who try to comply with the… Continue reading Video: Select Committee shuts down livestream after submitter points out Tarrant wasn’t vetted properly.