The Christchurch mosque shooting

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Scott wrote:
I'd better stop talking about guns, now. I am getty a little giddy.
Something to add to your giddiness. One of the gun stores in Anchorage was doing quite well selling the .50 S&W...snubby. Yep, damndest looking thing with that short 3.5 inch barrel but there was no shortage of customers.


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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced the terms of reference for the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the country's security agencies, after the Christchurch terror attacks.

The official inquiry will be chaired by Supreme Court Justice Sir William Young and was expected to report back in eight months, by December 10, to Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy.

He will look into the specific circumstances leading up to the mosque shootings on March 15 that left 50 people dead.

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Tarrant pleads "not guilty." Why is that? Where's that cock-sure braggadocio of a man who's proud of his success? A man who leads by example. A proud and confident man willing to take one for the team in the cultural revolution he was initiating.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.co ... a-48631488

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torus9 wrote:
Fri Jun 14, 2019 9:33 am
Tarrant pleads "not guilty." Why is that? Where's that cock-sure braggadocio of a man who's proud of his success? A man who leads by example. A proud and confident man willing to take one for the team in the cultural revolution he was initiating.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.co ... a-48631488
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Let's see how Mr. Tarrant's defense strategy plays out before coming to premature conclusions.
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Charles Traynor wrote:
Sat Jun 15, 2019 11:12 am
torus9 wrote:
Fri Jun 14, 2019 9:33 am
Tarrant pleads "not guilty." Why is that? Where's that cock-sure braggadocio of a man who's proud of his success? A man who leads by example. A proud and confident man willing to take one for the team in the cultural revolution he was initiating.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.co ... a-48631488
:roll:

Let's see how Mr. Tarrant's defense strategy plays out before coming to premature conclusions.
I merely highlight his 180 degree turn, nothing premature about that.

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The man accused of killing 51 worshippers in an attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, last year has changed his plea to guilty. The 29-year-old Australian entered the guilty pleas at a special, hastily-arranged High Court hearing in Christchurch this morning. Justice Cameron Mander convicted Tarrant on all charges today and remanded him in custody to a nominal date of May 1 when it's expected that a sentencing date will be set - once coronavirus-imposed court restrictions are eased.

Fifty-one people were killed and 49 injured in March last year when Australian gunman Brenton Tarrant opened fire during Friday prayers.

Tarrant 29 now admits all charges. He faced 51 charges of murder, 40 charges of attempted murder and one charge under the Terrorism Suppression Act.
Tarrant, a former gym instructor from Australia, has maintained a not-guilty plea throughout. His trial was set down for 2 June in Christchurch.

Due to New Zealand being in level four Covid 19 lock down Tarrant will be sentenced on 1 May; however that date is tentative as lock down may continue. Tarrant pleaded via video link and only about 17 people were allowed in the court due to Covid 19. He sat alone in a white room with a grey door at Auckland Prison, Paremoremo, where he's held in maximum security.
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The Crown's summary of facts, which outlines the offending, will be read out at sentencing.
Justice Mander called for a pre-sentence report and victim impact statements.
At the conclusion of the short hearing, Tarrant did not say anything as the AVL link was ended.
The June trial date has been vacated.
Earlier this week, the courts – which are deemed an essential service during the lock down - received an indication from Tarrant's Auckland-based defence lawyers Shane Tait and Jonathan Hudson that he may seek to change his plea to the charges.

Yesterday, the lawyers received formal written instructions from Tarrant confirming he wanted to change his pleas and court staff started making urgent preparations for the case to be called as soon as possible – while doing so amidst the ramping up of the coronavirus lock down which came into effect at midnight.

There is a petition from New Zealanders wanting to reinstate the death penalty for Brenton. There are 94 thousand supported for a public hanging. The last execution in New Zealand: Walter Bolton, 18 February 1957. Walter Bolton was the last person to be executed in New Zealand when he was convicted of poisoning his wife Beatrice. He was hanged for her murder at Mount Eden prison. Hanging in New Zealand is the "Long Drop" (measured drop,) where the offender is dropped a measured amount depending on weight and height; this determined, how much slack would be provided in the rope so that the distance dropped would be enough to ensure that the neck was broken, but not so much that the person was decapitated.

It is highly unlikely that Tarrant will be executed.
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God bless you, Brenton!

Solitary confinement is torture and in a perfect world everyone involved in your confinement will eventually be hunted down and killed.
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Charles Traynor wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 11:31 pm
Solitary confinement is torture.
It seems that the whole country and a third of the world is in lock down and solitary confinement, as would every inmate of the prisons. Brenton is not alone in that, at least for a few weeks or so. The Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Attack on Christchurch Mosques has been in progress; their findings were released to Tarrant a few weeks ago. The New Zealand Government has extended the time available for this inquiry, with the report now due on 30 April 2020. I think it is highly probable that the findings of this report has resulted in the sudden change of plea.

The Muslims and others have used overseas investigators to find the story behind this event. They no doubt will report back to the Caliph Mirza Masroor Ahmad, who is understood to live in London. It is possible a fatwā will be issued, Qiṣāṣ or eye for eye will be enacted in probability. Brentons future does look bleak once he is out of isolation.


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Huntinger wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 12:00 am
Charles Traynor wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 11:31 pm
Solitary confinement is torture.
It seems that the whole country and a third of the world is in lock down and solitary confinement, as would every inmate of the prisons. Brenton is not alone in that, at least for a few weeks or so. The Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Attack on Christchurch Mosques has been in progress; their findings were released to Tarrant a few weeks ago. The New Zealand Government has extended the time available for this inquiry, with the report now due on 30 April 2020. I think it is highly probable that the findings of this report has resulted in the sudden change of plea.

The Muslims and others have used overseas investigators to find the story behind this event. They no doubt will report back to the Caliph Mirza Masroor Ahmad, who is understood to live in London. It is possible a fatwā will be issued, Qiṣāṣ or eye for eye will be enacted in probability. Brentons future does look bleak once he is out of isolation.
Since the pro Muslim immigration elite want to make an example of him and love to remain quiet about Jihad and what has happened to Europe's females in the last decade, they will make sure he is put in general population or at the very least close to Muslims. I suspect the whites who run the prisons will WANT him to be killed by Muslims. They will put him AS CLOSE TO DEATH as possible. Even though there are laws and regulations that prohibit guards from doing something like this, they will do it. They WILL attempt to put him in a unit where Muslims are a majority. You just watch...

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