New Zealand shooting suspect appears in court as nation examines its gun laws

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says reforms to the current gun laws are expected to come next week.
1:51 | 03/18/19

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Transcript for New Zealand shooting suspect appears in court as nation examines its gun laws
So the world is still reeling from those horrific terror attacks in New Zealand. Com that left fifty people dead so I wanna go straight to will Clark whose on the ground in Christ's church where the suspect has appeared in court will. Good morning Kimberly overnight authorities came out and definitively said there was only one shooter in this attack the worst terror attack. In New Zealand history. That's shooter appeared in court over the weekend his face was blurred per local law but is alleged crimes are quite clear authorities say that. He killed fifty people and injured. Dozens more in the worst attack that this country has ever seen. As your walking along this memorial has continued to grow is just one that we've seen here across the city you can see. There are pictures of the victims here there's a note here it says we are all one on that blue card right there. It is really. A heartbreaking. Time for this community we solved a number of teenagers come out and they created this paperwork change. They put this all around this entire park area actually you have all these scandals. Right here there's really a raw since. Of a motion that has been pole sitting through the heart of this city imagine help people in the United States felt. After Columbine are after Virginia Tech are after sandy hook before. Nash shootings were so common happens so frequently. That is the type of emotion that we're seeing. Here and Christ church at the same time there is been a massive push. To strengthen the gun laws across the country the prime ministers come out and said within the next ten days she wants stronger laws that could. Include a ban on semi on the automatic rifles. At the same time with that there's been a spike in gun sales across the country has many people here are concerned about their gun rights. Being taken away.

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