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New Zealand Bans Gunman's Manifesto

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New Zealand Bans Gunman's Manifesto

New Zealand Bans Gunman's Manifesto

New Zealand officially banned the 74-page, racist manifesto written by the suspected gunman behind the deadly mosque attacks in Christchurch on March 15.

Anyone found to possess the manifesto could face up to ten years in prison, and those caught distributing it could face up to 14 years in prison.

The country's chief censor said he is treating the document like ISIS propaganda, which is also banned.

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