The author of the attacks on Christchurch mosques, Brenton Tarrant, was sentenced Thursday to life in prison, with no possibility of parole, for the murder of 51 Muslims in 2019 in New Zealand.
The Prime Minister of the country, Jacinda Ardern, celebrated the sentence and I wish the murderer to have a life of “total and absolute silence”.
Judge Cameron Mander said that, behind Tarrant’s “twisted” ideology, there is a “deep hatred” that has led him to attack defenseless men, women and children.
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