What we know about shooting New Zealand
- Police said 49 people are dead after shooting at two mosques.
- There were 42 people in the hospital, including two critically injured.
- A shooter, an Australian national, is suspected of murder.
- There are two others, whose roles are still vague, in custody
- Man who claimed responsibility for the attack wrote a proclamation reference "white genocide" driven by "mass immigration."
- The manifesto said that guns had used the 2nd Amendment debate in the United States, and she called on President Trump to "white renewed identity symbol"
the latest updates below. Each time the East unless otherwise indicated.
Suspect Brenton Tarrant is seen in court
Brenton Tarrant, the suspect about 28 years of age, appeared in court on Saturday in Christ on a murder charge. He wore white coats and shirts and there was no indication.
"There is one reason to bring murder at the moment, it is reasonable to assume that there will be others," said the judge after Tarrant left.
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Reddit prohibition forums by some violations
Reddit banned Friday's duty-related violence, including r / watchpeopledie, where a live video of shooting was shared by people. R / watchpeopledie showed the message "prohibited from Reddit."
In a statement sent by CNET, a Reddit spokesman said "we are very clear in terms of site service that will incite content or encourage user violence and prohibit communities who fail to comply with all-site rules."
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– Caroline Linton
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said there were five guns at the alleged shooter: two semi-automatic weapons and two shotguns. Ardern said that the suspicion received the weapons lawfully and that he had received a gun license in November 2017.
"A lever action firearm was also found. Although work has been done on the chain of events leading to the holding of the holding." This gun license and possession of these weapons, I can tell you one thing now: Our gun laws will change, "Ardern said in a local time news conference on Sunday morning
Ardern added to previous efforts to change the gun laws
New Zealand Prime Minister speaking to reporters
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spoke to reporters on New Zealand's Saturday morning from Wellington, New York. Sweden. Ardern confirmed that five weapons had access to five separate weapons and had a license, but told reporters that he was not on any watchlist.
"They weren't on any watchlist, here or in Australia," Ardern said Saturday during
"Today as the country breaks we are looking for answers," Ardern said . "I would like to speak specifically about the firearms used in this terrorist act. I recommend that the main agent used five guns. There were two semi-automatic weapons and two guns."
In New Zealand, anyone who has 18 years of age or older and goes with a background check can get semi-automatic weapons.
Trump expresses support to New Zealand
Speaking at the White House on Friday, President Trump showed support for New Zealand after the shooting.
"The US has them all," Mr Trump said. "New Zealand has been a great friend and partner for many years. The thing that is going through is terrible. Our hearts are with us and we can do it."
Earlier Friday, Mr Trump expressed his support, saying
"Talk to Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand, about the terrible events that took place over the past 24 hours. I told the Prime Minister that we are in solidarity with New Zealand – and that we can give us any assistance the United States gives us, we love New Zealand, "he tweeted.
– Brian Pascus
"I will not give this propaganda voice"
Mayor of Christ Lianne Dalziel showed that she was heading towards the alleged gun at a local time news conference on Saturday morning
" It is an act of cowardice that he made, "said Dalziel with reporters. "I think there is no word to describe the revival I want to give us the propaganda we wanted. I will not give a voice to this propaganda. His voice is the voice of hatred."
Dalziel then admitted that she was surprised by the occurrence of the massacre in her metropolis. "I am very surprised that it happened here, but I am surprised that it happened in New Zealand," she said. "The reason we are focused is … we are a safe city and you are a safe country."
She said to him, "This is not something we have seen here. He came here. He came here to do this terrorist act."
– Brian Pascus
Covers in white white symbols
12:09 pm: A live-streamed video of the attack on one of Friday's mosques shows the gun taking different rifles with two numerous symbols that use the t white supreicist movement widely online.
The symbols, which are memes and incorporated in the coding, are the lexicography used by anonymous white nationals in online chat rooms, between references to a battle against Muslim weapons in Europe more than 1,000 years ago, to the number of people who emerged as an illustration of the writings of Adolf Hitler.
Even the p music meant meaning laying in the gun car as it reaches the mosque; a song of a nationalist of the war who was persuading the Yugoslavia in the 1990s, leading the leader Serbia Radovan Karadzic, who is currently jailed for genocide and other war crimes against Bosnian Muslims. 10:14 am: An Australian senator who has recognized anti-immigrant scenes after blaming the blame for the New Zealand Muslim community for the country's immigration policy, racial extremism.
"Does anyone still dispute the link between Muslim immigration and violence?" Sen Fraser Anning from Queensland said in a tweet. Police in New Zealand have charged an Australian man who had been murdered by a murder charge, which brought New Zealand's leader "a terrorist attack".
Anning's office released an earlier statement, later extracted from his social media pages, cited as the senator said, "the real reason for blood on the streets of New Zealand today is to put the immigration program on." Muslim fanatics allow migration to New Zealand in the first place. "
His statement, which was made by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, was quickly condemned, with Anning saying he was, "completely against any kind of violence in our community, and I condemn completely the actions of the guns. "
White Supremacists "loans" from "ISIS playbook"
9:15 am: New York Commissioner for Information and Anti-Terrorism John Miller, former CBS News specialist, said: with "Morning Morning CBS" that its force quickly decided to "increase police presence around mosques, around worship houses," Friday as data about the New Zealand attack came into.
"You'll find a public declared message," Miller said, noting that many Muslims would be attending boxes for traditional prayers Friday
The NYPD said in tweeting that additional officials were sent to mosques in the city. Other major cities in the US also announced that they would increase police presence on Friday
Miller said that the New Zealand attack is further evidence, “in terms of tactics, that the new-found groups, the foremost White, getting loans "
He said that ISIS led his terrorist fans" live death "first – by broadcasting attacks in real time through social media platforms.
Miller said nationalism was extinct something white "This is something that is evolving. We have increased the propaganda. "
Suspicions of others planning attacks
8:13 am: A law enforcement officer with News SPC said Friday morning that the main suspect, an Australian man killed said. As a result of murder, others were planning further attacks on mosques in New Zealand.
No other information was available on his claim, police in New Zealand have said that three others were taken in custody. One of them was released quickly and the police were still trying to determine what role, if any, the other two had in the attack.
Paul Viollis, law enforcement analyst Christian Brothers News, said on Friday on a NSRF although it is completely feasible for the "single wolf" shooter that existed in the sense that he had no affinity with a wider group, perhaps he had some help.
all on the amount of planning seems to have gone into the attack – which involved him with multiple firearms, reported explosive devices and attacks on specific sites – Viollis said that it would be difficult for one person to plan and do it alone .
US government responds
7:32 am: Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Press Secretary issued a statement on Friday morning saying: "The United States condemns strongly The attack in Christ's Church stands in solidarity with the people of New Zealand and its government against this hatred action. "
Shortly after Sanders released the White House statement, President presented Trump tweet In the presence of “Warm sympathy and
John Bolton, President of Trump's National Security Advisor, said on Friday that he appears to be a terrorist attack, but he wouldn't be sure use the label as made by the Prime Minister of New Zealand.
The United States and New Zealand are partners through the "Five Eyes" information sharing alliance, including Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom.
US told sources of information with CBS News that they would scrub their database Friday for any reference to the suspect in New Zealand.
Suspicion of shooting that appears to have been attacked alive
7:00 am: Sources Friday's CBS confirmed that the man arrested and charged with murder was on two mosques in New Zealand in his 28-year-old Harrison Branton was born in Australia.
A living vision of the social life
Spraying the innocent worship gunman inside the Masjid Maszid Al Noor in the center of Christchurch for more more than two minutes before running out to the street, where it takes people to unload the sidewalk before returning to his car for a different weapon.
Police search property linked to shooting
6:16 am: The Swedish police said on Twitter that they were searching a house in Dunedin city, about 220 miles south of Christ, that is "interested in the serious incident of firearms" Friday.
The police left neighbors in the
The death toll rises to 49, 1 suspect was murdered
4:19 am: Police Commissioner Mike Bush said there was an increase 49 people died, with 41 people killed at one mosque and seven others.
A man in his late 20s was murdered. One of the people arrested was arrested at the scene with arms, but Bush said that that person might not have been involved in this incident. "
New Zealand law enforcement agencies had no forecasts about anyone suspects, Bush said.
Commissioner said police were not looking for He said he would not be" right "to comment on the way who may have suspected both shooting, but said: "This was a very planned event."
Reported earlier that two vehicles were found with attached IEDs, but Bush corrected that one vehicle had been found. with two IED.
"I do not know whether he is still alive or dead," says the mother of the person who worshiped at a mosque
3:49 am: 35 year old son's parents were getting worse at the mosque on Friday afternoon. 3 television said New Zealand they have not heard from him. "I don't know if he is still alive or dead … we are waiting and waiting and no news, so we came here to find out whether he is inside the dead mosque. . the mother said.
The parents said they moved from Iraq to Christchurch 22 years ago to come to a safer country. They said that he goes to the mosque every Friday
48 people are being treated at Christ's Hospital
2:51 am: Eighty people, both young and old, are wearing guns at Christ's Hospital, according to David Meates, Chief Executive, Chanterbury District Health Board. Approximately 200 family members are currently awaiting news about their family members.
"When we have provided for the medical needs of the injured, and the well-being of their families and families, we will be able to focus on the psychosocial well-being of our great Canterbury community," said Meates in a statement.
40 people are dead, numerous people were injured, says Prime Minister
2:36 am: 40 people have been killed in both mosque shooting, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said at a press conference. Many more are being dealt with for injuries in local hospitals.
"It is clear that he can only be attacked by a terrorist attack," Ardern said.
The level of national security threat increased from low to high, but both towns and international flights from the country's airports continue, except for Christ.
Ardern said there are four in custody, three involved in the shooting. She said that these three are composed of a suspicious shooter and two "associate."
She said the suspects are "what I want to call extremist views – they have no place in New Zealand or in the world."
Ardern She said she wanted to send a message to the suspects: "Maybe you chose us but we refuse and condemn you completely."
The gunman referred to the 2nd Amendment in his proclamation
1:31 am: In the proclamation, the gunneir asked that he wanted to use firearms, or guns for the firearms. make an attack. He said I chose firearms from the impact he would have on social discourse, "adding" that the left wing within the united states would end the second amendment, and that the right wing in the United States will see it. "
" The United States has many factions through its Second Amendment, along state, social, cultural, and most importantly, racist lines, "he said.
A man claiming responsibility for shooting a "white genocide"
1:16 In a proclamation that appears to have been put up in time of attack time, a man puts his responsibility for the shooting down on himself as "normal" 28 years of age. born in Australia. Christian Brothers News cannot confirm that the attacker has posted it.
He says that his parents are of Scottish, Irish and English origin and writes about what he calls "white genocide" driven by "a huge immigration crisis." He says he did the attack " to show invaders that our lands will not be lands … while the white man lives. "He says" we must ensure that our people, and the future for white children. "
The purported shooter says that he is supporting Donald Trump in one sense, but not entirely: "As a symbol of renewed white identity and as a policy maker and leader?" Dear God, Dear. "
NYPD and LAPD are increasing security at mosques in New York and Los Angeles
1:45 am: Law enforcement Officials in the two largest cities have announced US are increasing security forces by mosques.
It seems that one of the New Zealand suspects focused on Muslims in mosques deliberately during Friday prayers. The NYPD made a statement to the public saying they are "closely monitoring events in New Zealand, and from a plethora of warnings are assessing security at locations across the city."
LAPD said in Twitter post they are "providing additional patrol around mosques."
The schools were closed, the hospital was always locked
1:26 am: The police have stopped schools, allowing parents to raise their children's concerns. The two mosques are still locked up as the hospital where the victims were raised.
"We want to reassure the public that there is a great police presence in the city and that public safety is our priority," the police said in a statement.
4 people in custody, police commissioner
12:42 am: Police commissioner Mike Bush said at a press conference that there are four in custody. He said that three were men and the other was a woman
"I won't accept that there aren't others," Bush said.
He did not have an exact number of people killed or injured but said
He said they do not accept that it is limited to Christ.
Some IEDs were connected to stopping vehicles, Bush said.
The police urged every mosque in New Zealand to close its doors
12:23 am: The police said there were numerous casualties at two mosques. New Zealand closes their doors and asked residents not to visit them.
Residents of Christ were also asked to stay inside.
Prime Minister: "This is clearly one of the darkest days in New Zealand"
 11:55 pm
] It is clear that what happened here is an unusual and unprecedented act of violence, "said Ardern.
Ardern said that many of the people affected by shooting may be migrants or refugees. "They have made New Zealand their home choice and they are with us … there is no place in New Zealand for unprecedented and unexpected acts of violence, which is clear that this is."
Witness: "I saw dead people everywhere"
11:55 pm: Witness Len Peneha told the Associated Press that he had seen a man dressed black into the mosque Masjid Al Noor and he heard a lot of shots then, and people running from the mosque after
"I saw dead people everywhere," said Peneha. "There were three people in the hall, at the door that came into the mosque, and people inside the mosque. The nut is incredible. I don't understand how anyone could do this for anyone, anyone. "
Brian Pascus, Lex Haris and Brian Dakss reported.