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.