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Free speech debate in New Zealand after mosque slayer's manifesto banned

Free speech debate in New Zealand after mosque slayer's manifesto banned --Anyone caught with the document on their computer could face between 10 and 14 years in prison | 24 March 2019 | New Zealand's chief censor has banned [alleged] mosque shooter Brenton Tarrant's racist manifesto, as well as videos of his violent rampage. The bans have ignited a debate over free speech in the grieving country. Chief censor David Shanks declared the killer's 80-page manifesto - entitled 'The Great Replacement' - "objectionable" on Saturday, and ordered anyone in possession of it to destroy it. Following the classification, anyone caught with the document on their computer could face between 10 and 14 years in prison. Video footage of the attack, originally live-streamed by Tarrant on Facebook, has also been deemed objectionable.