Georgian Written on Cartridges Seized in New Zealand Mosque Attack

Images published by the Daily Mail newspaper have revealed gun cartridges with Georgian inscriptions thought to have been used in the deadly terrorist attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand today.

Law enforcers seized weapons after the attack which had inscriptions in Georgian, Russian, English, and other languages. David Soslan, the name of Queen Tamar’s husband, and David Agmashenebeli, also known as David the Builder, were written on cartridges.

However, the Georgian Ambassador to Australia and New Zealand Giorgi Dolidze affirmed that there is no proof confirming the authenticity of the photos.

The Georgian State Security Service is “cooperating with its partners in order to receive information regarding the detainees and the weapons seized,” reported the security service.

49 people were killed and at least 20 were seriously injured when white supremacists opened fire on worshippers in a mosque today. One of the attackers live-streamed the massacre online.

Police have detained 4 suspects so far, including one male with Australian citizenship and a woman.


By Amy Jones

Photo source - Daily Mail

15 March 2019 16:00