- Brenton Tarrant sentenced to life imprisonment for attacking mosque in Christchurch city of New Zealand
- In March 2019, Brenton Tarrant killed 51 innocent people.
- The accused who attacked the mosque was sentenced to life imprisonment.
Brenton Tarrant has been sentenced to life imprisonment for attacking outside two mosques in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. The court said that during this sentence, the accused will not be given parole. The court sentenced Brenton Tarrant, saying that he had committed a devilish and inhuman act. Here, let us tell you that Brenton Tarrant had killed 51 people by going live on the social media platform.
Attacker sentenced to life imprisonment
During the hearing on Thursday, the court sentenced Australian citizen Brenton Tarrant to be accused of murder. A total of 91 people testified in this case. It is being told that the tarot is sitting very silently during the hearing. Witnesses told the court that somehow this person had to part with their loved ones forever before their eyes. The Crown Solicitor pleaded to life imprisonment for the accused Tarrant and not to be granted paron. At the same time, Justice Cameron Mander agreed to throw the key after jailing the accused in jail. During the hearing, Judge Cameron Mander stated that the Brenton Tarrant committed the mass murder. He killed the unarmed. He told the accused that you have destroyed many families. Their losses can never be replenished. During the hearing, many victims started crying inside the court. The most surprising thing is that during the hearing, there was no protest from Brent Tarrant about anything.
What was the matter?
In March 2019, 29-year-old Australian citizen Brenton Tarrant attacked two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, live on social media platforms Facebook (Facebook) and Instagram (Instagram). He brutally attacked children, women and men in Al Noor Mosque. Tarrant brutally roasted 51 people with bullets. This incident stirred the whole world. The accused used a camera helmet and was shooting people selectively. However, this video was later removed from social sites. Whereas, Twitter suspended his account. At the same time, a year later, the court sentenced the accused to life imprisonment.