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Anger, grief and dark humour fill Christchurch high court as victims face gunman – The Guardian

Victims and the bereaved describe how their lives have been changed since the Australian terrorist’s massacre



Good afternoon to everyone except you, Wasseim Alsati Daragmih told the terrorist. There was a ripple of laughter in the courtroom and a smile from the Australian man who had shot him.
It was the afternoon of the second day of sentencing for the man who stormed two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand in March 2019, killing 51 people and wounding dozens more including Darragmih.
He was shot multiple times at Al Noor mosque, the first the gunman struck. A judge will decide this week whether Bre…

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