During the shooting in the mosque New Zealand, where 49 people died, the shooter was a live broadcast on Facebook

49 people died and another 20 were wounded in a shooting in two mosques in Christchurch (New Zealand). The instigator of the tragedy led to a live broadcast of the execution.

The Prime Minister , Jacinda Ardern called the incident a terrorist act and one of the «darkest days» in New Zealand.

New Zealand police said that they know «very sad footage related to the incident in Christchurch propagation in the Internet».

«We strongly urge you not to share the link. We are working hard to delete the footage,» said the law enforcement agencies.

The video was filmed on a GoPro camera attached to the helmet on the head of the arrow. The man behind the camera says: «Let’s get this party started», and then enters the mosque and open fire on anyone who finds inside. The 17-minute video ends with the militant went to a beige Subaru.

Terrorism has no colour, no religion and no country. New Zealand shooting breaks my heart so much. Thoughts and prayers to the victims and hopefully the others are safe 💔#Christchurch pic.twitter.com/hnCjCbumxV

— Haris Rauf (@Harisrauf44) March 15, 2019

Company Facebook said that deleted accounts arrow in Facebook and Instagram and is working on removing any copies of the footage.

That’s what we know about the shooting at the moment:

  • The casualties: 41 people were killed in the mosque of al-Nur. 7 Muslims killed in the mosque of Lynnwood. Another man died from his injuries in the hospital.
  • The suspects: police said that four people were taken into custody — three men and one woman. At the moment there is no information on other suspects. The investigation is ongoing.
  • Allegations: police said that one man (20 years old) have already been charged with murder. He appeared in court in Christchurch tomorrow, March 15.
  • Manifest. The social network just before the shooting in the account, believed to belong to one of the attacking 28-year-old Australian Brenton to Tarrant, there was a reference to the Manifesto of the 87 pages, which describes anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim ideas. The document calls to kill German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan. The Manifesto was not signed by anyone.

The tragic event was responded to by the President of the United States Donald trump, expressing their condolences to everyone affected by the tragedy.

«49 innocent people so senselessly killed and many were seriously injured. The United States supports New Zealand in everything that in our forces. God bless all!» — Trump wrote on Twitter.

My warmest sympathy and best wishes goes out to the people of New Zealand after the horrible massacre in the Mosques. 49 innocent people have died so senselessly, with so many more seriously injured. The U. S. stands by New Zealand for anything we can do. God bless all!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 15, 2019

A member of the house of representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez criticized the National rifle Association of the United States after a violent incident in New Zealand. The trendsetter of new York condemned the attack, focusing on the weapon group.

«Isolation, dehumanization stereotypes, hysterical conspiracy theories and hatred ultimately leads to violence of anarchy — wrote the Congresswoman’s Twitter. We can’t have it».

Ocasio-Cortez added that he admires the Prime Minister of New Zealand Kasindol Ardern.