New Zealander Faces 14 Years in Prison for Sharing Christchurch Video Online | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


New Zealander Faces 14 Years in Prison for Sharing Christchurch Video Online

A New Zealand citizen faces a maximum sentence of 14 years in prison for sharing the video of the Christchurch mosque shooting on Instagram.

Christchurch local Philip Arps pleaded guilty to distributing the video, which was recorded by the gunman as he massacred Muslims and bystanders in March.

Distribution, possession, and viewing of the video and the shooter’s manifesto, which was also posted online, was criminalized by the Chief Censor of New Zealand, David Shanks just three days after the shooting.

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