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

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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