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Australia Man who allegedly supported Christchurch attack jailed over illegal weapons

11:30  26 may  2020
11:30  26 may  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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a man standing in front of a building: Chad Vinzelberg was charged for possession of weapons after allegedly posting comments online. (ABC News) © Provided by ABC NEWS Chad Vinzelberg was charged for possession of weapons after allegedly posting comments online. (ABC News)

An Adelaide father has been jailed for one month after being caught with illegal weapons during a police raid triggered by Facebook posts he allegedly made in support of the Christchurch terrorist attack.

Chad Rolf Vinzelberg was today sentenced in the Elizabeth Magistrates Court to four months' jail, but the term was suspended to one month.

The 38-year-old crane operator pleaded guilty to four counts of possessing a prohibited weapon.

Some of the weapons — a medieval mace and crossbow — were found in his "man cave" during a police search at his Smithfield home.

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The teenager also allegedly uploaded a photograph of one of the attacked mosques with the words It is it illegal for anyone in New Zealand to view, possess or distribute the material in any form. The teenager accused of Facebook sharing a live-stream video of the Christchurch massacre appeared

The main suspect in the Christchurch attacks in March, has pleaded not guilty to all charges. He allegedly drove first to the Al Noor mosque, parked nearby and began firing into the mosque as he The attack was live-streamed from a head-mounted camera. Victims of the Christchurch shootings.

Two flick knives and an extendable baton were found under his bed.

Magistrate Nick Alexandrides said the police raid was prompted by "inappropriate and racist" comments Vinzelberg made online in support of the Christchurch terrorist attack in March 2019.

He said forensic psychologist Dr Lorraine Lim reported that Vinzelberg admitted to having "extremist views" towards particular races of people and religion.

"Dr Lim reports that you had viewed a while supremacist propaganda video posted online which depicted various atrocities towards a girl by a group of Muslim males," he said.

"They subsequently killed the girl. You said you watched a number of other graphic killings in subsequent parts of the same video.

"You said you recall feeling increasingly worked up and described feelings of intense anger. You told Dr Lim it was in that context that you made the inappropriate rant on Facebook.

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Remember; personal attacks , abusive language, trolling or bigotry in But dear god no one deserves to go to jail for 14 years for sharing a video of a terrorist incident unless they are directly That logic is likely not directly shared with people who happen to share it. Plus there are edited videos it's not

Tarrant allegedly live-streamed his sickening attack on Facebook in which he killed dozens of Muslims during Friday prayers using four guns at two 'A video from Christchurch shows one Ahmed Jehangir who was shot. His brother Iqbal Jehangir is a resident of Hyderabad and would like to go to NZ for

"You said what happened in Christchurch had felt like 'a hurrah' at the time."

The magistrate described the post as "offensive".

'More open minded'

Vinzelberg was not charged in relation to the alleged online comments.

Magistrate Alexandrides said Vinzelberg was under the influence of alcohol and did not recall making the social media post.

He said the psychological report stated that the community reaction to his post had forced Vinzelberg to think about his extreme views, and had made him "more open minded and mature".

Sarah Willis, for Vinzelberg, previously told the court that the psychologist found the father-of-three was not a threat.

"I also do not believe that he's a danger to society," she said.

The court was told that a forensic psychologist stated Vinzelberg's conduct in relation to the posts was a product of "his fixation with social media".

Ms Willis said he had suffered hardship following his arrest and the subsequent media interest had cost him his job and reputation.

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