A person shared a video of Christchurch Mosque firing was sentenced to 21 months on Tuesday. In this attack 51 people lost their lives, who were praying Namaz at that time. The assailant Brenton fired on 2 mosques on March 15. This whole attack was ‘live stream’, whose 44-year-old Philip Arps later shared the video. Arps was later arrested.
Arps was found guilty of two charges for delivering objectionable material. According to the news of ‘New Zealand Herald’, Christchurch District Court Judge Stephen said, ‘It was a hate crime against the Muslim community.’ He said that sharing his video after a few days of such an attack is cruel.