A look at identitarianism, a movement the New Zealand shooter allegedly supported

A look at identitarianism, a movement the New Zealand shooter allegedly supported

The far-right, white nationalist groups called identitarians have come into the spotlight after being linked to the gunman who killed 49 people and in

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The far-right, white nationalist groups called identitarians have come into the spotlight after being linked to the gunman who killed 49 people and injured dozens more in a terror attack at two New Zealand mosques.Earlier this week, it emerged that one of the leading members of the Austrian chapter received a donation in the name of the suspected New Zealand mosque gunman, officials from the country said on Wednesday.Austrian police on Monday searched the home of the head of the identitarian movement of Austria, Martin Sellner, and seized computers and phones after prosecutors discovered that he had received a four-figure sum from a person named Tarrant — the same surname as the suspected Christchurch shooter.WATCH: Latest news videos about New Zealand mosque shooting Investigation continues into accused Christchurch terrorist

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