Victims and relatives embrace as they wait to enter the Christchurch High Court for the final day in the sentencing hearing for Brenton Tarrant on Thursday. Photo: AP Victims and relatives embrace as they wait to enter the Christchurch High Court for the final day in the sentencing hearing for Brenton Tarrant on Thursday. Photo: AP
Victims and relatives embrace as they wait to enter the Christchurch High Court for the final day in the sentencing hearing for Brenton Tarrant on Thursday. Photo: AP

Christchurch mosque shooter who killed 51 people jailed for life without parole

  • Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern welcomed the sentence, saying Brenton Tarrant deserved a lifetime of ‘complete and utter silence’
  • New Zealand does not have the death penalty, although some angry survivors said that was what they wanted for Tarrant

Topic |   New Zealand shooting
Victims and relatives embrace as they wait to enter the Christchurch High Court for the final day in the sentencing hearing for Brenton Tarrant on Thursday. Photo: AP Victims and relatives embrace as they wait to enter the Christchurch High Court for the final day in the sentencing hearing for Brenton Tarrant on Thursday. Photo: AP
Victims and relatives embrace as they wait to enter the Christchurch High Court for the final day in the sentencing hearing for Brenton Tarrant on Thursday. Photo: AP
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