‘For ROTHERHAM’ New Zealand terrorist’s chilling message on gun used in mosque massacre

The evil white supremacist, named as Brenton Tarrant, 28, made the reference to Muslim grooming gangs in his sickening terror attack.

He daubed ammo with the words in a reference to the Rotherham child sex abuse gangs who abused 1,400 children between 1997 and 2013.

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‘FOR ROTHERHAM‘ Tarrant referenced the child sex abuse scandal on the gun he used in the attack (Pic: REUTERS)

Among their acts, the gangs were found to have trafficked children to other towns as well as making victims pregnant – including one girl aged just 12.

Daily Star Online also discovered today that sicko Tarrant also mentioned the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal in his chilling 74-page manifesto.

We reported earlier how Tarrant explains in the depraved manifesto the reasons for him carrying out the evil terror attack on two mosques in New Zealand’s Christchurch.

SICKENING: Tarrant claimed his massacre was “revenge” for previous terror attacks in Europe (Pic: REUTERS)

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But we have now found in the document a page dedicated to the Rotherham scandal in which he describes the offenders as “non-white scum”.

He said in the manifesto: “Many of you may already know about the rape of British women by the invading forces, Rotherham of course being the most well known case.

“But what few know is that Rotherham is just one of an ongoing trend of rape and molestation perpetrated by these non-white scum.”

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A number of other far-right ideology was also daubed on Tarrant’s ammo, including the name Alexandre Bissonnette.

This was a terrorist who killed six people in a shooting at a mosque in Quebec City. He was later sentenced to life in prison.

Luca Traini was written on the same ammo – an Italian with extreme right-wing views and shot six African migrants in a racially motivated attack in the central city of Macerata.

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