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What are they trying to hide? Out of all the violent videos on the ‘net, possessing the NZ mosque shooting video can now get you 10 years in prison

Something is incredibly fishy about the New Zealand mosque shooting and how governments and the media have responded to it. Governments are now going to extraordinary lengths to eliminate the video from the internet while criminalizing anyone who dares possess it or distribute it.

An 18-year-old man was arrested in New Zealand for merely sharing the live stream video of the Christchurch shooting. “The live stream video of the shootings in Christchurch has been classified by the Chief Censor’s Office as objectionable,” reports Radio NZ. “Police said anyone in possession of the video of the shootings, or found to be distributing it, could face imprisonment.”

This means, essentially, that linking to content the government doesn’t like is now a crime in New Zealand.

One Comment

  1. David stibbs David stibbs August 15, 2019

    An independent analysis of the video when it was first issued and downloaded showed that there were multiple shooters so the fact that they want to suppress that is why this is happening. By the way the independent analysis was taken down two days later just like the independent analysis of all the videos that were taken during the fire in France at Notre Dame showing many many fishy items both were removed bye Google.

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