New Zealand has the so-called manifesto that the suspect of the attack on two mosques in Christchurch wrote as non-classified. Therefore, it is a crime to the document to possess and to distribute, reports the New Zealand newspaper NZ Herald on Saturday.
The decision is part of a broader strategy of prime minister Jacinda Ardern to prevent the defendant, Brenton Tarrant, global fame. Earlier she told al not to have his name publicly to want to speak.
David Shanks, of the New Zealand ministry of Home Affairs, explained the decision. “People who are this document is downloaded or printed, should destroy all copies.”
The Tarrant written manifest was just for the attacks on two mosques in Christchurch published.
The racially motivated attack last week Friday to date to fifty human lives. A further thirty people were injured. The alleged perpetrator, a 28-year-old right-extremist from Australia, sits in pre-trial detention.
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This we know about the attacks in New Zealand mosques