The family of “the New Zealand of the Mosques” is Silent
Members of the family of the Australian butcher, who killed 50 people in two mosques in New Zealand, expressed their silence and expressed their shock at the horrors of what happened. His grandmother said that the character of her grandson “changed a lot after he emigrated abroad.”
You know that the media talked about long planning … Obviously, he is not a sound person, I do not think so, “said the grandmother of the murderer, Mary Fitzgerald, in an interview,” We are all very shocked and we do not know how to think. ”
She said her grandson, Brenton Tarant, has changed a lot since he left the country. “Since he left overseas, he’s no longer the boy we knew before,” Australia Nine Network said.
“What he did (Brenton Trent, New Zealand) is totally unacceptable,” said the grandmother, who was sitting next to her son. “It’s irreparable.”
Trent appeared before the court on Saturday and charged with murder in the attack that killed 50 people and injured scores of others in Christchurch. The killer is expected to hear again on April 5.
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Members of the family of the Australian butcher, who killed 50 people in two mosques in New Zealand, expressed their silence and expressed their shock at the horrors of what happened.