New Zealand massacre perpetrator fixated on killing Turks

Australian Brenton Tarrant, who committed the terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, wrote the names of several people on his weapons and magazines, including some in Serbian and Georgian. Among the names is the name of a Russian general.

He recorded the terrorist hit at the mosque in Christchurch with a Go Pro camera mounted on his head. The plan shows that the names of the warriors of the past and of the cities where they fought are written on the magazines of his gun, writes Daily Mail. There are inscriptions in Bulgarian, Georgian, Serbian, and other languages.

Of the photographs published by media, it is clear that the names of the leaders and military commanders who fought against Muslim countries, namely, against Turkey, were also written the weapons, according to RIA Novosti.

Thus, the name of Russian admiral Dmitry Seniavin, who became known for his victory over the Turks in the Battle of the Dardanelles in 1807, appears in black and white on the magazines. One can see Georgian inscriptions – David Soslan and David Agmashenebeli (the builder)!

One can also see the names of the Montenegrin author, military commander Mark Milo, who fought for the Serbian national union and liberation from the yoke of the Ottoman Empire, as well as the name of British Admiral Edward Codrington, who fought against the Turks. Another name is the Austrian Marshal Ernst Shtaremberg, who participated in the Great Turkish War …