Deadly Christchurch mosque shooting in New Zealand now leaves 49 people dead, says report.
The suspect of the bloody shooting was able to broadcast it via Facebook live in its account.
THE social media giant responded to the merciless and creepy video by taken it down and even deleting the account of the alleged suspect.
The New Zealand authorities has alerted Facebook shortly after it went live.
THE Zuckerberg-led socmed has issued a statement condemning the “horrendous act” against humanity and religion.
A man who identified himself as Brenton Tarrant, 28, used Facebook to broadcast his slaughter of 41 worshippers at the Al Noor Mosque, in Christchurch as Friday prayers were underway.
New Zealand police alerted the social media giant to the livestream soon after it began, Facebook confirmed as they offered their condolences to the victims and their families.
Furthermore, the footage shows the terrorist taking weaponry, including a semi-automatic shotgun and rifle, to the location before he gets out at the mosque to begin his sick rampage.
New Zealand government has called the incident as one of the darkest days of the nation. The national government has ensured the public that they will do everything they can to bring justice to all the victims of the bloody shooting.