Transcript for Authorities in New Zealand and U.S. raise concerns of copycat attacks
Very strong words from New Zealand's prime minister she vowed to do everything. In her power to deny fame and notoriety. To the alleged terrorists who attacked the Muslim community in Christ's church that left fifty people dead so will cars in Christ church with the latest will. Good morning Kimberly authorities here in New Zealand and in the United States say there is a real concern about copycats both ice as an al-Qaeda have also called. For retaliation at the same time these memorials continue to get bigger and bigger this is just one that we've seen. Here in Christ church you can see how many flowers are out here people of incoming they've been writing messages here on the chalk you can see. The flag of New Zealand here it's his sticker that says. Welcome home another says. One lob and then every night. All of these candles are lit. For the victims this is what the prime minister says she wants this country in the world to concentrate on each does not want people. The concentrate on the gunman in fact she says she'll never say his name again. At the same time she is pushing to strengthen the country's gun laws you also do that in the next. Ten days that could include a ban on semi automatic rifles and since they don't have the Second Amendment here in New Zealand those sweeping changes. Could happen various or. Kimberly think he will.
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