Australian offender accused of attacking two Christian mosques in Christchurch in New Zealand has removed his lawyer. He has said that he will defend himself. The court had appointed Richard Peters as his lawyer, and he represented Brenton at the initial hearing. Pieters told Monday that the accused Brentan Tournant has indicated that he does not need a lawyer. He wants to pursue his own case in this matter.
Pietersen said about his health that the culprit seems completely smart. He does not seem to be suffering from any mental problem. In addition, it is fully aware of the events happening around. The gunman, who sold the assailant, said on Monday that there was no responsibility for the killing of 50 people. Gun City’s Managing Director David Tapley confirmed Brenton to sell four weapons and cartridges but refused to take responsibility for the death. He said, ‘We did not look anything unusual about this weapon license holder.’ “The gun seller said it is the police work to inspect the arms license application.
In connection with the attack, the New Zealand court has framed charges against the 18-year-old boy for the direct video broadcast of Christ Church’s Al Nour Mosque. The charges have also been set against him for publishing a picture of a mosque and inciting violence as a desired target. Lawyers say they can be sentenced to 14 years of imprisonment. The judge named the boy’s name confidential.