Editor's Note: Images and descriptions in this story are disturbing.
- Images and video from inside a New Zealand mosque show the aftermath of a massacre that killed at least 49 people on Friday.
- A suspect opened fire at two Christchurch mosques, killing 49 worshippers and wounding 48 others.
- Footage from the Linwood mosque, where seven people were killed, was circulated on social media. Some stills have been censored.
- The video shows gun casings littering the floor, while grieving people huddle over blood-soaked bodies.
- Moments before the attack at Linwood, 41 other Muslims were shot dead in an attack on the nearby Al Noor mosque.
- Read our full coverage of the New Zealand shooting here.
Images from inside one of the Christchurch mosques targeted in a terror attack on Friday shows the desperate aftermath of a mass shooting that claimed the lives of at least 49 people.
Images from a video posted on social media, and broadcast in an edited format by Sky News , show the inside of the Linwood mosque, where seven people were killed by a gunman.
Brass bullet casings can be seen scattered over the floor in-between distraught mourners, and blood-drenched bodies are seen seen slumped against walls, and outside in the driveway.
The cameraman passes through the main room of the mosque, where screams and wailing can be heard. A young child can be seen hugging an adult lying on the floor.
Alongside the seven killed at Linwood, the terrorist killed another 41 Muslims at the Al Noor mosque, 3 1/2 miles away, just moments before.
The gunman is believed to have live-streamed the massacre on Facebook , in which he appeared to be using an AR-15 automatic weapon. The shells in the video of the Linwood mosque match those used by AR-15 rifles. Facebook deleted the video and suspended the account.
New Zealand police have released little information about the suspect and his capture. They described the gunman only as a 28-year-old man who has been charged with murder and said he's set to appear in court Saturday morning.
Police also arrested three other people in connection with the massacre, including two men and one woman. Two of those people were armed at the scene of the shooting, but one of them was likely "not related" to the attack, authorities said.
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