New Zealand mosque shooting suspect ‘changed completely’ after traveling to Europe, other countries, family says
Sunday, 17 March 2019 () The Australian man suspected of killing 50 people at two New Zealand mosques on Friday “changed completely” after he traveled to countries in Europe and other parts of the world following his father’s death in 2010, his family said.
As the Australian gunman who live-streamed his murderous rampage on two New Zealand mosques appeared in court Friday, Bay Area social media companies were being scrutinized for their response. Betty Yu reports. (3-15-19)
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