New Zealand officials have admitted to making a big mistake in allowing the man accused of killing 51 people in two Christchurch mosques to send a handwritten letter from his prison cell. Interested in New Zealand? Add New Zealand as an interest to stay up to date on the latest news from New Zealand, video and…
New Zealand officials admitted they had made a big mistake in allowing the man accused of killing 51 others in two Christchurch mosques to send a handwritten letter from his detention heart cell.
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Brenton Tarrant's six-page letter used to be published this week by the 4chan reporter, who has become infamous as a way of life for white supremacists to post their views. And it comes at a delicate time, with different alleged killers from El Paso to Norway citing Tarrant for inspiration.
The letter appears to be written in pencil in a notebook and is addressed to "Alan" on Russia. Big seems rather innocuous, discussing a month-long exit that Tarrant says he took to Russia in 2015. However, the letter also warns that a "big fight" is coming.
Tags: Alleged, Christchurch