May 18th, 2019
Czech police have accused the first person of approving the terrorist attack in two mosques in New Zealand in which a right-wing radical shot dead about 50 people in March, state attorney Martin Bily, from the Prague High State Attorney's Office, told the Denik N online daily. The accused person may be punished by up to 15 years in prison and the seizure of property. Denik N said that Prague police dealt with more than 30 posts on social networks that approved the New Zealand attack. After the attack in the town of Christchurch, Interior Minister Jan Hamacek and Police President Jan Svejdar said any such approval inciting hatred was unacceptable.