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The Local reported "New Zealand terror suspect claims French presidential vote motivated mosque attack" on Friday

[] In a 73-page manifesto, the 28-year-old Australian known as Brendon T, who is believed to be one of the gunman involved in Friday's mosque attacks in New Zealand, tried to justify his actions and claims that the result of the 2017 French presidential election was crucial in shaping his ideology, according to an article in France's Le Point magazine And was in a military cemetery when he thought: Why isn't anyone doing anything The Australian suspect arrested in connection with the terror attack at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday -- in which 49 people were killed -- wrote a manifesto in which he claimed the result of the 2017 French presidential election played a crucial part in his radicalisation.

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