What we know about New Zealand shooting
- The police said 49 people were dead after shootings in two mosques .
- A suspected shooter, an Australian national, was accused of killing.
- Two others, whose duties remain unclear, are in custody.
- A man claiming responsibility for the attack wrote a manifesto pertaining to the "white genocide" driven by "mass immigration."
- The manifesto used the guns to arouse the debate on the 2nd US Amendment, and called President Trump a "symbol of renewed white identity"
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Suspect Brenton Tarrant appears in court
Brenton Tarrant, the 28-year-old suspect shot, appeared in court on Saturday in Christchurch in a murder case. She wears handcuffs and a white robe and no expression.
"There is a killing charge brought at the moment, it's reasonable to assume that there will be others," the judge said after Tarrant left.
He did not request the bail. His next court will be April 5.
Reddit prohibits sharing forums that violate content
Reddit prohibits a Friday-related violence subcommittee, including r / watchpeopledie, where people share a live shot video. R / watchpeopledie showed a message that "was banned from Reddit."
In a CNET statement, a Reddit spokesperson said "we are very clear in terms of our site's service terms posting content that indicates or complains of violence gets users and the communities are banned from Reddit Subreddit that does not comply with the terms on this site is prohibited. "
Another subreddit, r / gore, does not appear.
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New Zealand PM: "Our gun laws will change"
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the suspected shooter had five guns: two semi-automatic weapons and two shotguns. Ardern said the legality acquired firearms and acquired a gun license in November 2017.
"A firearm-action weapon was also acquired while the work was done in the chains of events that led to the same handling this gun license and possession of these weapons, I can tell you something right now: Our gun laws will change, "Ardern told a news conference on Saturday morning local time.
Ardern added that there were previous attempts to amend the gun laws in 2005, 2012 and 2017. "Now is the time for change," he said.
New Zealand's Prime Minister speaks to reporters
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern spoke to reporters on Saturday morning in New Zealand hours from Wellington, New Zealand. Ardern confirmed that it had access to five separate weapons and had a license, but told reporters that he was not in any watchlist list. "They do not have any watchlists, either here or in Australia," said Ardern on Saturday at a press conference.
"Now as the nation is grieving we are looking for answers," added Ardern. "I would like to speak specifically about guns used in this terrorist act. I advised that there were five guns used by the main culprit. There were two semi-automatic weapons and two shotguns."
In New Zealand, anyone  Trump expresses support for New Zealand
Speaking at the White House on Friday, President Trump declared support for New Zealand after the shooting.
"The United States is with them in every way," Trump says. "New Zealand has been a great friend and partner for many years, and they're doing something awesome, our hearts are with them and what we can do."
Early Friday, Trump prompts his support, saying the US will provide any support that can be done.
"Just spoke to Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand's Prime Minister, regarding the horrific events that took place over the past 24 hours in New Zealand – and any help the USA provides, we are standing by ready to hep. We love New Zealand, "he tweeted.
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"I will not give voice to this propaganda"
Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel declared his rebellion on the alleged gunman at a news conference on Saturday morning local time .
"It was an act of treachery that he did," Dalziel said. "I do not think there are words that describe the rapture that I feel for propaganda that he wants to bring with us. I will not give a voice to this propaganda." His voice is the voice of hostility. "
Dalziel was admitted that he was surprised the massacre took place in his city. "I was surprised at what happened, but it was surprising that this happened in New Zealand," she says. "The reason we target is because … we are a safe city and a safe country."
He added, "This type of extremism is not something we see here.
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Guns armed with white supremacist symbols
12 : 09 pm: The livestreamed video of the attack on one of the mosques on Friday shows a gunman who has two different rifles sleeping with many symbols that are widely used by the white supremacist movement online.
Symbols, which became memes and incorporated into the codified lexicon used by unidentified white nationalists in online chatrooms, from references to battles against European Muslim forces in Europe over 1,000 years before, in numbers that took place to represent the writings of Adolf Hitler.
Even music p Placing a gunman while he came to the mosque has meaning; it was a patriotic dance of Serbia from the Yugoslav warfare in the 1990's, honoring the Serbian leader Radovan Karadzic, who is currently jailed for genocide and other war crimes against the Bosnian Muslims.
Australian senator admits immigration for attack
10:14 am: An Australian senator with a well-known anti-immigrant perspective is subject to a fire of blasphemy attacks the Muslim community in New Zealand on the nation's immigration policy rather than racist extremism.
"Is there any more debate between immigration and violence in the Muslim world?" Sen. Fraser Anning of Queensland in a tweet. New Zealand police charged an Australian man killing against killing, where New Zealand's leader quickly labeled a "terrorist attack."
Anning's office released a statement earlier, which was later removed from his social media pages, quoted by the senator as saying, "the real reason for bloodshed in the streets of New Zealand is now an immigration program that allows Muslim fanatics to move to New Zealand in the first place. "
His statement, which Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison was quickly convicted, began with Anning saying he was, " which contradicts any form of violence in our community, and completely condemn the actions of the gunman. "
White supremacist targets from "ISIS playbook"
9:15 am: New York Police Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller, a former CBS News special correspondent, said in "CBS It Morning" whose strength has quickly decided to "increase the presence of police around the mosque, around the houses of worship," on Friday as details of the New Zealand attack came.
"You will see a public message of certainty," said Miller, citing that many Muslims enter the mosques for traditional Friday prayers.
The NYPD said in a tweet that additional officials were deployed in mosques in the city. Other major US cities have also said they will strengthen the presence of police around the mosques on Friday.
Miller said the New Zealand attack was further proof that, "in tactics, neo-fascist groups, white supremacists, from the ISIS playbook."
He said that ISIS the first to command terrorists "to die live" – by broadcasting real-time broadcasts through social media platforms.
Miller said that the white pathetic maneuver was a "
suspect who allegedly planned an attack
8:13 am: A execution officer said CBS law News on Friday morning that the prime suspect in custody, an Australian man charged with murder, said other individuals were planning additional attacks on New Zealand mosques.
No further information available on his claim The New Zealand police said three other individuals were first taken into custody. One of them was quickly released and the police still tried whether what role is there, if any, two other people are in the attack.
CBS News law enforcement Paul Viollis said on Friday at CBSN that while the shooter is likely to be a "single werewolf, " in the sense that he can not have any interaction with a wider group, he may have some help.
Due to the amount of planning that appears to be lost in the attack – where Many guns involved, reports explosive devices and attacks in separate locations – Viollis said that it is hard for a man to plan and take it on their own.
US government reaction to attacks
7:32 am: White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders issued a statement on Friday morning saying: "The United States has strongly condemned the attack on Christchurch, the victims and their families. We stand in unison with the people of New Zealand and their government against this evil hate act. "
Soon after being released Sanders said the White House statement, President Trump sent a tweet announcing his "warmest sympathy and best wishes" for New Zealanders after his so-called "terrible massacre" in Christchurch.
President Trump's National Security Adviser states that John Bolton "looks" uses the label as New Zealand's Prime Minister.
US and New Zealand are partners through the alliance of the "Five Eyes" alliance, which also includes Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom.
US CBS News sources say that they are immersing their data base on Friday for any reference to suspect in New Zealand.
Discovery of the suspect appears to have attacked the attack
7:00 am: The source confirmed CBS News on Friday that the man was arrested and charged for killing for attacks Mass-shooting at two mosques in New Zealand is a 28-year-old Brenton Harrison Tarrant born in Australia.
Video that looks livestreamed in the social media by shooter shows attacks on scary details.
The archer sprayed the non-worshipers inside the mosque of Masjid Al Noor in central Christchurch for more than two minutes before running back on the street, where he intends people on the sidewalk before returning to his car for a variety of weapons.
Police search property linked to shooting
6:16 AM: Ne Wja Police told Twitter on their search for a home in the city of Dunedin, about 220 miles south of Christchurch, "an interest in serious gun fires" on Friday.
The police transferred the neighbors to
Death reached 49, 1 alleged suspected of murder
4:19 am: Police commissioner Mike Bush said whose death rate was increased to 49 people, with 41 people killed in a mosque and seven others. An additional person died at the hospital.
A man in his late 20 year old is charged with killing. One of the people in custody was caught in a firearm scene, but Bush said the man "has nothing to do with this incident."
New Zealand law enforcement agencies have no prior information about any of the suspects, Bush said.
The commissioner said the police were not actively seeking any other suspects.
He said it was "incorrect" to comment on how a suspect could carry out two shootings, but added: "This is a very planned event."
that two vehicles were found with attached IEDs, but Bush corrected that a vehicle was discovered with two IEDs.
"I do not know if he's alive or dead," said the mother of the man worshiping the mosque
3:49 am: Parents of a 35 year-old son worshiped at the mosque on Friday afternoon told TV 3 New Zealand that they had not heard from to him. "I do not know whether he's alive or dead … we are waiting and waiting and no news, so we've come to see if he's in the mosque dead I just want to know any news about him," she said.
Parents say they moved from Iraq to Christchurch 22 years ago to arrive in a safer country. They said he was going to the mosque every Friday.
48 people treated at Christchurch Hospital
2:51 am: Forty-eight people, from children to adults, are treated with guns in Christchurch Hospital, according to David Meates, Chief Executive, Canterbury District Health Board. About 200 family members are in the area waiting for news of their family members.
"When we provide the medical needs of the injured, and the well-being of their families and whanau, we will be able to focus on the psychosocial wellbeing of the wider Canterbury community," Meates said in a statement.
40 people dead, dozens injured, says Prime Minister
2:36 am: The mosque shootings killed 40 people in two, the Prime Minister said Jacinda Ardern at a press conference. Dozens of more are being treated for injuries to local hospitals.
"Clearly it can only be described as a terrorist attack," says Ardern.
and international flights will continue to the airports of the country, except Christchurch.
Ardern said there were four people in custody, three in relation to shooting. He said that the three consisted of a suspected shooter and two "colleagues."
He said the suspects had "what I call extremist views – they have no place in New Zealand or in the world."
Ardern He said he wanted to send a message to the suspects: "You may have chosen us but we reject and condemn you."
The gunman was referring to in his manifesto 2nd Amendment
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"The US has many factions by the Second Its amendment, including state, social, cultural, and most important, racial groups, "he said.
The person who claims responsibility for shootings wrote a "white genocide"
1:16 AM: In a manifesto apparently posted around the time of the attack, a person who claims responsibility for shootings describes himself as an "ordinary" 28 year old born in Australia. CBS News has not proven that the attacker actually posted him.
He says his parents are Scottish, Irish and English and write about what he calls "white genocide" driven by a "mass immigration crisis."
He said he was conducting the attack "to show conquerors that our lands would not be their land … until the white man was still alive." He said "we must make sure of the existence of our people, and the future for white children."
The alleged shooter claims he is a supporter of Donald Trump in a sense, but not quite: "As a symbol of the new white identity"
NYPD and LAPD add security to mosques in New York and Los Angeles
1:45 am: Law enforcement Officials in the two largest cities in the United States have announced that they are adding security forces to mosques.
One of New Zealand's suspects seems to have targeted Muslim targeted mosques in Friday prayers. The NYPD issued a public statement stating that they were "closely monitoring the events in New Zealand, and with a great deal of security security assessments at locations around the city."
The LAPD said in a Twitter post that they were "supplying patrols around mosques."
Lockdown for schools was raised, the hospital still lockdown
1: 26 am: The police closed the lockdown in schools, allowing parents to remember their children. The two mosques are still under lockdown like the hospital where the victims were taken.
"We want to assure public members that there is a large police presence in the city and community safety is our priority," the police said in a statement.
4 people in custody, police said
12:42 am: Police commissioner Mike Bush told a press conference that there were four people in custody. He said that the three men and one were a woman.
"I do not suppose nobody else," Bush says.
He did not give an exact number of people killed or injured but said there was a "significant" number of fatalities
He said they were "not supposed" it was limited to Christchurch.
There are several IEDs attached to vehicles that have stopped, Bush said.
The police urged all mosques in New Zealand to close their doors
12:23 am: The police said there were many casualties in two mosques
police also have all the mosques at
Christchurch residents are also asked to stay indoors.
Prime Minister: "It's evidently one of the darkest days of New Zealand"
: 55 pm: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in a news conference that "it is evident that it is one of the darkest days of New Zealand."
"Clearly what happened here is an extraordinary and nonsensical act of violence," said Ardern.
Ardern said that many people who were directly affected by the shooting could be migrants or refugees. "They chose to make New Zealand their home and they … have no place in New Zealand for acts of nonsense and violent violence, which is clear."
Witness: "I saw the dead everywhere"
11:55 pm: Witness Len Peneha told the Associated Press that he saw a man dressed in black entering the mosque of Masjid Al Noor and heard dozens of shots, followed by people running from the mosque to fear.
"I have seen dead people everywhere," says Peneha. "There are three in the hallway, the door leading to the mosque, and the people inside the mosque. It's incredible nutty I do not understand how anyone can do it to these people, to anyone. It's ridiculous . "
Brian Pascus, Lex Haris and Brian Dakss contributed to the reporting.