22 March 2019

New Zealand attacker to remain in custody: Court

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A court in New Zealand decided Saturday that the attacker charged with murder in a terror attack would remain in custody until April 5. reports that, Brenton Harrison Tarrant, 28, would remain imprisoned without a plea and he did not request bail during his appearance at Christchurch District Court.

Police said earlier Saturday the court would be closed to the public during Tarrant’s appearance.

The precaution was taken because of a high security risk, according to police in a statement that said the court will be open to the media.

Tarrant opened fire on worshippers during Friday prayers at the Al Noor and Linwood mosques in Christchurch.

Four suspects -- three men and one woman -- were detained. One of the suspects have reportedly released.

2019.03.16 / 09:39
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