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The charge of supplying or distributing objectionable material carries a penalty of up to 14 years imprisonment.The charge of supplying or distributing objectionable material carries a penalty of up to 14 years imprisonment.

New Zealand mosque attacks: Six in court on charges they sent images

They are the only people charged with any crimes linked to the massacre apart from the alleged shooter himselfThey are the only people charged with any crimes linked to the massacre apart from the alleged shooter himself

New Zealand mosque shooting brings criminal charges against 6 for spreading livestreamed video online - CBS News

A Christchurch businessman today appeared in court on charges of distributing footage of the mosque shootings. Philip Arps, 44, appeared in the ChristchurcA Christchurch businessman today appeared in court on charges of distributing footage of the mosque shootings. Philip Arps, 44, appeared in the Christchurc

Chch businessman in court on charges of distributing shooting footage

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A Christchurch man charged with sending and re-posting the livestream of the mosque shootings remains in custody, after a second appearance in court.A Christchurch man charged with sending and re-posting the livestream of the mosque shootings remains in custody, after a second appearance in court.

Christchurch man still in custody over mosque shooting livestream charges | RNZ News

Christchurch man still in custody over mosque shooting livestream charges

Two people have appeared in a Christchurch court over sharing footage of last month's attacks at mosques in the city.

Pair in court over mosque shooting footage | Otago Daily Times Online News