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For a few minutes before the attack on the mosque in New Zealand the terrorist sent e-mails in the office of the Prime Minister of Jacinda Ardern and three dozens of government agencies. Reported herself Ardern, writes The Guardian.
According to him, nine minutes before the tragedy she and another 29 recipients in the mail came manifest, even in two minutes the message had informed the security service. There were no details of the attack. “If it contained at least some lead, we would immediately began to act,” said Ardern, adding that in the text the author wrote about her radical views.
The Prime Minister noted that the suspect in the crime, the Aussie Brenton Tarrant “will appear before the new Zealand court.”
On 15 March, the criminals attacked two mosques in the city of Christchurch and its suburbs Lynwood and shot parishioners. 50 people were killed and over 40 injured. Were arrested four, including Tarrant, which aired what is happening in the Internet and the day before the tragedy, published a 37-page Manifesto called “Great replacement”, in which he called their actions a terrorist attack. Video shooting has sold a million copies.
Tarrant said the attack was inspired terrorist attacks in Europe, primarily in the Swedish Stockholm, where in April 2017, a native of Uzbekistan Rakhmat Akilov drove into a crowd of pedestrians in a truck and killed five. The Australian added that his attack is “revenge against the invaders for hundreds of thousands of victims at their hands in Europe in history”.
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