Why court photos of the alleged New Zealand mosque shooter’s face are blurred

Why court photos of the alleged New Zealand mosque shooter’s face are blurred

Court photos of the man accused in the Christchurch mosque terror attack have been altered not to show his face due to an order from a New Zealand jud

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Court photos of the man accused in the Christchurch mosque terror attack have been altered not to show his face due to an order from a New Zealand judge.Brenton Harrison Tarrant, 28, has been charged with murder in relation to the massacre on Friday, in which 49 people were killed and 42 injured.READ MORE: New Zealand mosque attack suspect charged with murder, appears in courtImages captured by media outlets during that court appearance are being published blurred or pixellated due to an order from the judge who presided over Tarrant’s hearing, The New Zealand Herald reports.WATCH: Police deployed across New Zealand following mosque attacks

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