A teenager in Northern Ireland has been charged with causing social death death against Jacinda Ardern continuing the Christchurch attacks.
It is argued that Matthew Burns has gifted a statue of a gun to the First Minister, accompanied by the title & # 39; you next on 20 March, five days after 50 people were killed when they worshiped at two months.
Ardern has received worldwide attention and praise for responding to the most horrific attacks.
Burns, who is from Newtownhamilton, 75km south of Belfast, was also accused of warning to Major London Sadiq Khan in December.
The 19-year-old man was arrested and charged on Thursday after the Northern Ireland Police Service Crime Unit identified threats online to the business student's IP address.
The Newry Court of Justice heard that the same account was threatened by Khan.
The investigating officer found that it had been found that further anti-racist, symbolic, sectarian and homophobic posts had been removed from the same IP address.
At the time of the police interviews, Burns acknowledged the imposition of the threats, the investigating officer said.
Burns also told researchers during the interviews that his political opinion was right and that it was against small groups, including in-migrants and members of the LGBT community.
"He agreed with the emotions in the posts. It's full for small communities." T
District Judge Mark McGarrity refused a request for obstacles to report.
"Mr Burns, the police look at you," said judge McGarrity.
The guarantor was released on a £ 500 (NZ $ 965) guarantee by £ 1,000 (NZ $ 1931) on the situation without an internet connection and would continue in clubs 7 pm-7am.
The case was adjourned to May 8.