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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    A Muslim leaders says an interview with the Christchurch mosque terrorist needs to be made public

    A Muslim leaders says an interview with the Christchurch mosque terrorist needs to be made public


    The Royal Commission of Inquiry into the March 15 mosque attacks can't make public its interview with the gunman, because of confidentiality orders.

    Islamic Women's Council spokeswoman Anjum Rahman says the interview will be difficult to listen to.

    But she says the Muslim community will still ask Cabinet for a copy.

    She says family members and survivors want to know his motivation so the massacre is never repeated.

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