Mosque video offender Philip Neville Arps has allegedly sent out letters from prison expressing violent views, the Crown has claimed.
The Crown has downgraded charges against men charged over the Christchurch mosque shooting video, and one has pleaded guilty.
Bail has again been refused for the youngest person being held in custody on a charge relating to the mosque shooting video.
Christchurch business-owner Philip Neville Arps said the Facebook live-stream of the mosque murders was “awesome” when police questioned him about distributing the video.
Electronically monitored bail was granted to an 18-year-old who had been charged with offending linked to the mosque shootings video.
Three more men have been remanded on charges of possessing or distributing the live-streamed video of the murders at the Deans Avenue mosque.
A judge has rejected a man’s suggestion that he was unaware of acceptable standards of behaviour in New Zealand after he admitted secretly video-taping a 15-year-old girl 35 times.