Among users there were a few people who began to spread bloody footage. Now they will be judged for it.
The mass murder of Muslims in the new Zealand city of Christchurch in March was caught on video. Among users there were a few people who began to spread bloody footage. Now they will be judged for it. This was reported by CBS News portal, citing local law enforcement officers.
The judge refused to release on bail the 44-year-old businessman Philip ARPS and 18-year-old suspect, who was arrested in March, immediately after the attack. The other four defendants in the spread video is not yet in custody. Lawyer ABSA said that social networks are a repost this video, but the judge will not all who want to share shots of the carnage.
For this kind of crime local law provides for a penalty of imprisonment for a term not exceeding 14 years.
15 Mar Australian Brenton Tarrant opened fire on worshipers in two mosques in Christchurch. He killed 50 people. As much got wounds of various severity level. Tarrant led the video of his attack in Facebook.
Now Tarrant is in jail under heavy guard, in complete isolation from other prisoners. He is charged in the mass murder of people.
Earlier media reported that the government of New Zealand banned the sale in the country semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles.