New Zealand made it illegal for anyone to download or share the Christchurch shooter's manifesto
Monday, 25 March 2019 · *New Zealand officially banned the 74-page, racist manifesto written by the suspected gunman behind the deadly mosque attacks in Christchurch on March 15.*
· *Anyone found to possess the manifesto could face up to ten years in prison, and those caught distributing it could face up to 14 years in prison.*
· *The country's...
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern visited the city of Dunedin on Wednesday, where the Christchurch shooter lived. Ardern visited an early childhood centre where she read a book to children, and said she wanted to use the visit to listen to the community's concerns. Gracie Jerome reports.