The brutal terrorist who shot people in mosques demands an appeal against the detention

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The defendant, Brenton Tarrant, in the case of the violent killings in mosques in Christchurch, requested an appeal. He told his lawyer that he had actually pleaded guilty. When he was imprisoned, it turned out that he was forced to «confess the crime». At least that’s what he told his lawyer. 

Tony Ellis has broadcast that his client, who is in prison, is appealing the report when he sent the note to the Chief Coroner. But even with the revelations of the criminal, many do not believe that Brenton Tarrente is truly innocent.

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