New Zealand mosque shooter pleads not guilty

New Zealand mosque shooter pleads not guilty

The self-proclaimed white supremacist accused of killing 51 worshipers at two New Zealand mosques pleaded not guilty Thursday to all charges against him. Brenton Tarrant faces 51 charges of murder, 40 charges of attempted murder and one terrorism charge. The judge scheduled a trial date of May 4, 2020.

Timothy
Timothy
Brandon Spears
Brandon Spears 8 months

the news media shouldn't even bother telling us anything about the case throughout unless it's his inevitable sentence, This guy is most likely trying to get more of his ideological view out to the people and he needs to be ignored in every way possible, they shouldn't have even mentioned his name and they should of blurred his face

Robert Hicks
Robert Hicks 8 months

The true test of a free society is not how it treats its "good" citizenry, but how it treats its "bad". Give that thing a fair trial - the only doubt is whether its found to be mental defect - then, a deep, dark hole, where, after a few decades, it can be burned and scattered somewhere.

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