Brenton Tarrant who killed 51 individuals in shootings at two New Zealand mosques a year ago was condemned on Thursday to life in jail without any chance to appeal. The 29-year-old Australian didn’t talk in his own guard. Tarrant conceded to 51 checks of homicide, 40 tallies of endeavored murder and one tally of psychological warfare.
In excess of 60 individuals read casualty sway articulations during the four-day condemning hearing. Tarrant plotted his assault on the two Christchurch mosques for a considerable length of time, purchasing a large number of rounds of ammo and utilizing an automaton to scout the structures. He livestreamed the shootings on Facebook.