“Let’s get this party started,” the suspect said before putting the car in gear. The live-stream of the assault captured a methodical onslaught in what was the deadliest attack in New Zealand’s history — and one of the worst cases of right-wing terrorism in years.
Two others have been arrested: One of them faced charges of inciting racial hostility or ill will.
The 28-year-old former fitness trainer, who declared himself a “racist,” said he did not hate foreigners or Muslims who lived in their “homelands.” But he called immigrants “invaders.”
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Democrats blast Vice President Mike Pence for his social conservatism and his allegiance to President Trump. Republicans go to Pence with their grievances about the administration. The vice president’s allies say it all reflects Pence’s willingness to shield a president who values loyalty.
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