Crusader terrorist to be charged with terrorism in New Zealand
In New Zealand, Brenton Tarrant, a terrorist who has martyred 51 Muslims in two mosques, will be charged with terrorism in addition to the murders.
Police have reportedly filed charges of terrorism against Brenton Tarrant, a crusader terrorist who has been carrying out an armed attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, and martyred 51 Muslims.
The 28-year-old Crusader terrorist, who raided the Linwood and El Nur mosques in Christchurch with guns on March 15, is on trial for 51 murders and 40 wounds.
The next hearing of the Australian citizen attacker will be held on June 14. Tarrant will be sentenced to life imprisonment if convicted of terrorism.
The next trial of the Australian citizen will be seen on June 14. Tarrant, if convicted of terrorism charges will be punished with life imprisonment.
In one of her speech to public at the wake of the attacks, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch were "well planned" and could "only be described as a terrorist attack".
She told reporters that suspects arrested had "extremist views that have absolutely no place in New Zealand and, in fact, no place in the world".