Christchurch mosque gunman has been sentenced to life in jail with no parole.
The Australian man who killed 51 people and injured 40 others during a terrorist attack in Christchurch last year has been sentenced to life without parole. It is the first time the full-life term has been imposed in New Zealand.
Brenton Tarrant, 29, committed the mass murders in March of last year.
“Your actions were inhuman,” Judge Cameron Mander said. “You deliberately killed a three-year-old infant as he clung to the leg of his father.”