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Old 03-17-2019, 11:34 AM   #1
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List of names written on New Zealand terror accused Brenton Tarrant's guns

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In one of the guns used by Brenton Tarrant, he had written names of several people using a white-ink marker.

The entire world was pulled to a state of shock when a man named Brenton Tarrant attacked two mosques in New Zealand and killed 49 people. The attacker streamed the video live on his Facebook page, and it was watched by thousands of viewers before the social media platform took it down. Soon after the massacre, Christchurch Police arrested the culprit, and they made it clear that he was driven by extreme right-wing ideologies.

In the video live streamed by Brenton Tarrant, we can clearly see some names written on his automatic gun using a white-ink marker. Upon closer analysis, investigators revealed that these were actually names of people who were involved in the killings of migrants.

International Business Times, India details about the names of the people written on the guns by Brenton Tarrant before the dreaded attack.



Anton Lundin Petterson

Anton Lundin Petterson is a 21-year-old man who carried out the Trollhättan school attack on October 22, 2015. During the attack, Petterson killed a teaching assistant and a male student, and later stabbed another male student and a teacher. Petterson later died of gunshot wounds he received during his apprehension.

Initial investigation conducted by Swedish Police revealed that Petterson was a hardcore racist, and he had selected the Kronan school because of its location in a neighbourhood with a high immigrant population.

Alexandre Bissonnette

Alexandre Bissonnette is the perpetrator of Quebec City Mosque shooting which happened on January 29, 2017. During the lone attack, Bissonnette killed six worshippers and 19 others were injured.

Upon investigations and court hearings, Bissonnette was sentenced to life imprisonment on February 08, 2019, with no possibility of parole for the next 40 years.

Skanderbeg

George Castriot, popularly known as Skanderbeg was initially an Ottoman military commander who lived in the 15th century.

Later, he led a rebellion against the Ottoman empire, and in 1443, he deserted the Ottomans during the Battle of Niš and became the ruler of Krujë, Svetigrad, and Modrič provinces.



Antonio Bragadin

Marco Antonio Bragadin was a military officer who lived in Venice in the 16th century. As the Captain-General of Famagusta in Cyprus, Bragadin led war against the Ottoman conquest in 1570.

Charles Martel

Charles Martel was a Frankish statesman and military leader who defeated the Spanish Muslims at the battle of Tours (732–33). Later, he began the military campaigns that reestablished the Franks as the rulers of Gaul.

It should be noted that New Zealand shooter Brenton Tarrant has named his manifesto 'The Great Replacement', and in many portions, he has talked against the Muslim immigration which is happening in Europe and other parts of the world.
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New Zealand killer scrawled ‘inspiration’ for his shooting spree on his guns

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Serban Cantacuzino – Former Romanian prince who planned to attack and sack Constantinople and drive the Ottomans (Turks) out of Europe

Marko Miljanov (misspelled on weapon) – A Montenegrin general who fought several campaigns against the Ottomans and distinguished himself as an able leader

Stefan Lazarević – Serbian prince who served as a vassal for the Ottomans before later freeing his country from their rule and establishing an independent state

Bajo Pivljanin – Born under Ottoman rule he switched sides during the Fifth Venetian-Ottoman War (1645-1669) to fight against his former rulers and was ultimately killed in battle. He was regarded as one of the greatest hajduks – a type of peasant infantry

Battle of Belgranica, 1913 – The largest battle of the Second Balkan War when Bulgaria attacked its former allies Serbia and Greece. The Ottomans exploited the situation to seize back old territory from the Bulgarians

Prince Fruzhin – A Bulgarian noble who fought against the Ottoman conquest of the Second Bulgarian Empire

Shipka pass – Reference to battle that was fought as part of the Russo-Ottoman War (1877-1878). In August 1877, a group of 5,000 Bulgarians and 2,500 Russians defeated a 40,000 strong Turkish army

Novak Vujosevic – Fought in the Battle of Fundina for the Principality of Montenegro against the Ottoman Turks. He killed 28 fighters and was later given an award by the Russian emperor

Konstantin II Asen – Constantine II of Bulgaria, a Bulgarian noble and ally of Stefan Lazarević, who is mentioned on another of Tarrant’s weapons. He led a rebellion against the Ottomans which lasted for half a decade but ultimately ended in defeat

Miloš Obilić – A knight in the service of Prince Lazar, mentioned elsewhere on Tarrant’s weapons, who fought against the Ottomans during the Invasion of the Ottoman Empire. He is credited with assassinating Sultan Murad I during the Battle of Kosovo, 1389

Turkofagos – A phrase which means ‘Turk-eater’ in Greek, it was the nickname of Nikitas Stamatelopoulos, a revolutionary in the Greek War of Independence which was fought against the Ottomans between 1784-1849
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New Zealand mosque shooter travelled to Balkans, studied battles between Ottomans and Christians

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The white supremacist suspected in the mosque shootings that left at least 49 people dead in New Zealand had travelled to the Balkans in the past three years, where he toured historic sites and apparently studied battles between Christians and the Ottoman empire.

Authorities in Bulgaria, Turkey and Croatia have confirmed that Brenton Tarrant, 28, had been to their countries in 2016-18. Hungarian counterterrorism authorities also suggested that Tarrant had visited but revealed no other information, and local media in Bosnia reported a 2017 trip there.

While the details of Tarrant’s travels are sketchy, authorities in those countries said they are investigating his movements and any contacts he might have had with local people.

During his unprecedented, livestreamed shooting spree Friday in Christchurch, the gunman exposed his apparent fascination with the religious conflicts in Europe and the Balkans — a volatile region that has been the site of some of Europe’s most violent clashes.

His soundtrack as he drove to the Christchurch mosque included a nationalist Serb song from the 1992-95 Bosnian war that tore apart Yugoslavia. The song glorifies Serbian fighters and former Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadzic — the man jailed at the United Nations war crimes tribunal in The Hague for genocide and other war crimes against Bosnian Muslims.

The gunman’s rifles contained the names of legendary Serbs and Montenegrins who fought against the 500-year rule of the Muslim Ottomans in the Balkans, written in the Cyrillic alphabet used by the two Orthodox Christian nations.

In a 74-page manifesto that he posted on social media, Tarrant said he was a white supremacist who was out to avenge attacks in Europe perpetrated by Muslims.

While Serbia and Bosnia have not confirmed that Tarrant had visited, police in neighbouring Croatia issued a brief statement Saturday saying he was in the country in December 2016 and January 2017. It was not known if his stay was continuous.

Croatia’s 24 sata (24 hours) news site said Tarrant left Croatia by plane from the capital Zagreb on Jan. 18, 2017, after visiting the Adriatic coastal cities of Porec, Zadar, Sibenik and Dubrovnik, where he mostly stayed in hostels.

“Until that moment yesterday (in New Zealand), that person was not in the focus of our institutions,” Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic told reporters Saturday, according to the official HINA news agency.

In Bosnia, the local Klix.ba news portal reported that Tarrant arrived in that country from Montenegro in early January 2017.

Bulgaria’s chief prosecutor, Sotir Tsatsarov, said Friday that Tarrant last year rented a car and toured more than a dozen cities, visiting historic sites from Nov. 9 to 15. He was mainly interested in the battles between Christians and the Ottoman army, the prosecutor said.

The Interior Ministry said Bulgaria is co-ordinating with counterterrorism teams from various countries, including the United States, over Tarrant. An investigation has been launched into whether he had contacts with local citizens, authorities said.

Turkey is also investigating Tarrant’s movements during his two reported visits to the country that straddles Europe and Asia and who had three citizens injured in Friday’s slaughter.

State broadcaster TRT says Tarrant visited Turkey twice in 2016 — on March 17-20 and from Sept. 13 to Oct. 25. The station released a security camera image of him arriving at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport.

Hungary’s Counter-Terrorism Center suggested in an email to the Associated Press that he also visited there, saying they are co-operating with other countries to “fully examine the circumstances of (Tarrant’s) Hungarian trip and stay.”

“The details and phases of this process — for understandable reasons — are not public,” the centre said.

In Bosnia, many residents said the massacre in New Zealand and Tarrant’s mention of Karadzic, who has been convicted of genocide, have brought back their own horrific memories of the Bosnian war, which killed more than 100,000 people.

“This (attack) is more proof that Karadzic’s ideology is a motive for killings and terrorism,” said Adel Sabanovic, a Muslim from the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo and a survivor of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in which Bosnian Serb troops killed some 8,000 Muslim boys and men. “It must be condemned in strongest possible terms.”

A YouTube video for the song that the gunman played in his car on the way to gunning people down at the mosque in Christchurch shows emaciated Muslim prisoners in Serb-run detention camps during the war.

“Beware Ustashas and Turks,” says the song, using wartime, derogatory terms for Bosnian Croats and Bosnian Muslims.
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