The Christchurch mosque attacker in New Zealand has filed an appeal against his sentence.
A New Zealand court says convict Renton Tarrant has filed an appeal against his life sentence last week.
According to a foreign news agency, Brenton Tarrant, a white extremist who was sentenced to life in prison for attacking mosques and killing dozens of Muslims, wants to argue that he confessed to the murders in 2019 under duress.
Brenton Tarrant’s lawyer says his client believes he was treated inhumanely while on remand.
Brenton Tarrant did not accept the defense offer before he was sentenced, the lawyer said.
It should be noted that in March 2019, the criminal opened fire on Christ Church mosques and martyred 51 worshippers.