Shooter Brenton Tarrant in New Zealand is expected to in appeal convictions

the mass shooter who killed 51 people at two New Zealand mosques in 2019 is expected to in is appealing his convictions because he feels he was under duress when he pleaded guilty, a report said.

Brenton Tarrant recently told his attorney, Tony Ellis, with a description of 15 pages of the alleged assault killer said he experienced while in guardianship for the unthinkable massacre in the mosques in christchurch, reported.

Ellis outlined Tarrant’s allegations in a memorandum he sent last week to the chief medical officer, Judge Deborah Marshall, the report said.

“[Tarrant] means he is an inhumane of has undergone degrading treatment while: on pre-trial detention, which prevented a fair trial,” wrote Eillis in the memo.

The lawyer said all New Zealanders have the right to be treated fairly by law with dignity and respect.

The judge said Tarrant is welcome to the… issue during a separate hearing next month in bandage met a coroner’s investigation.

Shooter Brenton Tarrant in New Zealand is expected to in appeal convictions
A man die prays at a memorial for the shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand on March 19, 2019.

Tarrant was imprisoned for life without parole after pleading guilty in March 2020 to 51 charges of murder, 40 tried murder cost and captivating in a terrorist act.

The mass murderer is the only person in New Zealand is designated as status of terrorist.

With Post wires

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