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Mauro: New Zealand Terrorist Was No Madman

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People view a tribute to 25-year-old masters student Ansi Alibava near Al Noor mosque on March 19, 2019 in Christchurch, New Zealand. 50 people were killed, and dozens are still injured in hospital after a gunman opened fire on two Christchurch mosques on Friday, 15 March. The accused attacker, 28-year-old Australian, Brenton Tarrant, was charged with murder and remanded in custody until April 5. The attack is the worst mass shooting in New Zealand's history. (Photo: Carl Court / Getty Images)
People view a tribute to 25-year-old masters student Ansi Alibava near Al Noor mosque on March 19, 2019 in Christchurch, New Zealand. 50 people were killed and dozens injured after a gunman opened fire on two Christchurch mosques on Friday, 15 March. The accused attacker, 28-year-old Australian, Brenton Tarrant, was charged with murder and remanded in custody. The attack was the worst mass shooting in New Zealand’s history. (Photo: Carl Court/Getty Images)

The terrorist who carried out the March 15 attack on mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand was no madman or lone wolf. That’s the verdict of Clarion Shillman Fellow and National Security Analyst Ryan Mauro.

Mauro also addresses the terrorists comments regarding Donald Trump and the United States in this video:

 

 

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