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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    It's been revealed a white supremacist sent a doctored version of the mosque shootings to fellow Christchurch extremist Phillip Arps two days after the attack

    It's been revealed a white supremacist sent a doctored version of the mosque shootings to fellow Christchurch extremist Phillip Arps two days after the attack


    A 42-year-old man's has pleaded guilty in Christchurch District Court today to sharing the objectionable material.

    He was arrested in a raid at a Burnside house on March 25, which found pictures and videos of the footage of the mosque attack on the man's cellphone - and four copies of the alleged gunman's manifesto

    The man has interim name suppression and will be sentenced in February.

    Arps is appealing his own 21 month jail sentence for distributing objectionable material.

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