In an extremely graphic 17-minute video published on an American internet forum, he can be heard saying "Remember lads, subscribe to PewDiePie" as he drove to the Al Noor Mosque. PewDiePie is a popular YouTuber who has over 89 million subscribers. He is against mass immigration and 'has to some extent the same themes as Breivik, ' who posted his 1,500-page manifesto online before carrying out his deadly attacks.
In addition to Tarrant, three other suspects, including a woman, have been arrested, New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush said. In addition, 48 people have been injured and are now being treated at a Christchurch hospital.
One man will appear at a Christchurch court on Saturday. Forty-one people were killed at one mosque, and seven people were killed at the second mosque.
"He very much wished for his condolences to be passed on to New Zealand", said Ardern.
Two other suspects remain in custody, and police are still trying to "build a picture of any of the individuals involved and all of their activities prior to this horrific event".
Police have confirmed they are responding to a "critical incident". Dozens more were also injured in the assault, including children, according to New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in what she described as "an extraordinary and unprecedented act of violence" on "one of New Zealand's darkest days".
The prime minister said early on Saturday that she had received "messages of condolence from around the world" and worldwide leaders including Donald Trump, the USA president, who has been criticised for his hostility towards Muslims.
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I trust BCCI, will be back to cricket soon, says Sreesanth
The bench made it clear that Sreesanth will get the opportunity of being heard by the committee on the quantum of the punishment. The BCCI, however, had refused to alter its disciplinary decision of life ban on Sreesanth even after the trial court's verdict.