Lawmakers in New Zealand working on new gun laws

Officials in Australia raided multiple homes searching for evidence tied to the mosque shooting. ABC News' Janai Norman reports.
2:07 | 03/18/19

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We turn out to the massacre in New Zealand breaking overnight authorities said they believe the suspect acted alone but he may have had support. In the meantime the country is already getting to work on new gun laws. Overnight authorities search for evidence in the New Zealand mosque shooting. Officials in Australia rated multiple homes in New South Wales looking for evidence near the alleged shooters hometown. The suspect whose face is blurred per local law is Australian but ABC news has learned that he regularly went to a shooting range several hours away south of Christ church. And according to one New Zealand gun shop owner of the suspects illegally bought the ammunition in multiple guns from him. Using a police verified online process though the owner insists none of the gun sold for use in the attacks. John city did not sell them anything BC site. Finally I kitty grief. New Zealand critters are now vowing to tighten the country's gun laws in the wake of the tragedy saying they hope to announce new gun laws in the next ten days we need to provide assurances to the public. That you everything that could've been done hits being done the country is now focused on healing showing an outpouring of support for the victims and their families. And local tribes performed a traditional ceremonial dance as others left tributes. And prayed for those killed in the worst mass shooting and the country's history. Among the victims this three year old boy believed to be the youngest of the fifty people murdered. But in the mists of the loss a story of survival in American toddler was saved by his father as the gunman opened fire inside their mosque. The child's mother all to Marie posting. My husband shielded our son during the attack both father and son are expected to survive. Or. Should all. She. Amazing story of survival with so awful sing the picture that young victims social media companies. Say they're working to prevent the suspects video of the attack from being shared FaceBook says it's already deleted one point five million attempts to upload the video.

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