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Christchurch mosque shootings: Peter Dutton explains why accused shooter wasn't on a watch list

New Zealand Herald Monday, 18 March 2019
Christchurch mosque shootings: Peter Dutton explains why accused shooter wasn't on a watch listAustralia's security services missed accused mass murderer Brenton Tarrant because he was rarely in the country.That is one reason the alleged killer's mass of hate-filled diatribes didn't earn him a place on intelligence watch...
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New Zealand Attorney-General David Parker announced at March 16 vigil for the victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings that Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern had said the government was going to ban semi-automatic weapons.Speaking to the crowd at Auckland’s Aotea Square, Parker described the...

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