The man arraigns for killing 50 people in last month’s attacks on 2 mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, has been the charge to undergo mental health tests.
He would be seen by specialists to determine if he was fit to stand trial or mentally ill, said high court judge Cameron Mander.
They have a suspicion faces 50 murder charges and 39 endeavor murder charges.
Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, materialize in the courtroom – packed with the relation of some of the victims – via video link from prison.
She has undertaken to ban all types of semi-automatic weapons and physically attack rifles.
He was not in need of to enter a plea.
It is the life-threatening mass shooting attack New Zealand has ever seen.
On Friday morning, Judge Mander command that two evaluation would be carried out to control the state of the suspect’s mental health.
The suspect pays attention intently during the short court hearing distance. He made no remark.
They have a suspicion and was able to see the judge and lawyers and hear the goings-on – but the camera was turned away from the public gallery.
The judge remanded him in custody, and his next court aspect is now due on 14 June.
Omar Nabi lost his father in the attack on the Al Noor mosque. Speaking to journalist outside the court he said “we don’t want to kill him. We want him to suffer here”.
“We want him to teach someone a lesson, you know, a penalizing for a crime of killing 50 people and injuring how many.”
Tofazzal Alam who remain alive the attack on the Linwood mosque also spoke to correspondent outside the court.
“I lost 50 friends whom I use to see in the mosque every Friday. And throughout the shooting, I couldn’t see him. I want to see how he perceive after killing 50 people, so that’s why I’m here today.”Do you want to be the first to get these news,updates and vital info?