New Zealand Mosque Shooting: One Suspect is a Bitconnect Investor

49 nine people have been killed and more than 20 have been seriously injured in a terrorist shooting attack that happened in the central Christchurch area of New Zealand today. The attack took place during the Friday prayers at two Mosques namely Al Noor mosque and Linwood Islamic center.

Four suspects have been taken into custody by the New Zealand police out of which three are men and one is a woman. The names of the suspects have not been revealed yet however, it is being said that the terrorist shooting was already announced on 8chan, also called Infinitechan a website that is composed of user-created boards.

Muslim communities around the world are sending their expressions of sympathy to those who are affected by the attack. The New Zealand Police has been constantly posting updates on its Twitter account and also stated that a 28-year-old man has been charged with murder who is due to appear in the Christchurch District Court tomorrow morning.

Suspect Invested in Bitconnect

It is also being revealed that the 28-year-old man arrested in the New Zealand Mosque shooting is born in Australia, in a low-income family had made some money for traveling by investing in Bitconnect which was a pyramid scheme that went famous because of its coin ticker: BCC that was similar to Bitcoin Cash ticker. Later Bitcoin Cash had changed their ticket to BCH. The total market capitalization of bitconnect rose to over $2.4 billion and even the price reached $442. The pyramid scheme was guaranteeing the investors 40% return on investment per month.

Janet F. Sanchez
Janet Sanchez writes articles which, considering where you’re reading this, makes perfect sense. She is best known for writing cryptocurrency related news and blogs. She also writes about business, finance, and technology. Working from home and taking care of her little son, she has a passion for writing.

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