Brenton Tarrant has until now refused guilty in the killing of 51 muslims in New Zealand last year.

Australian Brenton Tarrant, who is suspected of being behind an attack against two mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand last year, declares itself now guilty of all charges.

he says during a hearing on Thursday morning local time in Christchurch, writes the newspaper The New Zealand Herald.

During the hearing, the is Brenton Tarrant via a videolink from a high-security prison in Auckland, where he sits in custody.

Here he declares himself guilty of all 51 counts of murder.

The 29-year-old Tarrant has so far refused guilty in moskéangrebet, that the 15. march 2019 cost 51 muslims life in two mosques in Christchurch.

The radical right-old australian is accused of having killed 51 persons and for attempting to kill another 40. In addition, he is accused of having violated the New Zealand terrorist legislation.

the Maximum penalties for such offences is life imprisonment, writes the news agency AP.

New Zealand introduced special terrorlove in 2002.

Seven people were killed in Linwood mosque as the suspected perpetrator opened fire on praying muslims in a 48-year-old man armed with an empty gun managed to scare him away.

the Perpetrator recorded a 17 minute long video, which was posted directly on Facebook and showed men, women and children who were shot at point-blank range during the islamic.

Shortly before the attack had Brenton Tarrant published a 74-page manifesto, in which he described his far-right views.

Tarrant refer to themselves as a “common white man” inspired by the Norway mass-murderer Anders Behring Breivik.

Hisham Alzarzour is one of the survivors after the attack in Christchurch last year. He was shot several times by Brenton Tarrant.

– It is good that he has pleaded guilty, he says to The New Zealand Herald.

the Trial of Brenton Tarrant was scheduled to begin in may. There was devoted six weeks to the case. But now, Tarrant has admitted his misdeeds, it becomes no longer necessary.

– It is good that there should be no trial, says Hisham Alzarzour.

It is a relief to many people, to Brenton Tarrant has pleaded guilty to all 92 counts.

It says New Zealand’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, in a statement Thursday.

– the Granting of the day will be a relief for the many people whose life was laid in ruins, of it happened the 15. in march, she said according to news agency Reuters.

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