A 16-year-old who spent months in custody charged with possession of the mosque shooting video, has ended up back in the Youth Justice facility at Rolleston because of a bail breach.
Jailed mosque video offender Philip Neville Arps has likened himself to Nazi deputy leader Rudolf Hess who was imprisoned for four decades after World War 2.
The youngest person arrested over allegations of distributing the Christchurch mosque terror attack video has been released on bail, but he is banned from using any electronic communications technology.
Bail has again been refused for the youngest person being held in custody on a charge relating to the mosque shooting video.
A teenager charged with offending relating to the mosque shooting video has pleaded not guilty and elected trial by jury at the Christchurch District Court.
Electronically monitored bail was granted to an 18-year-old who had been charged with offending linked to the mosque shootings video.
An 18-year-old’s custody remand over charges alleging re-posting live-streaming of the mosque shootings and material “inciting extreme violence” may be reconsidered on Monday.