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New Zealand massacre suspect made stops in North Korea, Pakistan during global travels, reports say
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Mar 16, 2019 12:29 AM 1+ week ago

The man suspected of live-streaming himself kill 49 people and wounding dozens more in a Friday shooting spree at two New Zealand mosques plunged himself into white nationalist message boards after global travels that included stops in North Korea and Pakistan, according to reports.

The alleged killer grew up in New South Wales, Australia, and worked as a personal trainer with a penchant for competing in triathlons. Within a year of his father's death in 2010, he quit his job, invested in cryptocurrency and began traveling the world using his inheritance and money from bitcoin investments, the New York Times reported.

"He had no specific destination," Tracey Gray, his former boss at a local gym, told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. "It was my understanding he was open to see the world, to see as many places as possible. He just wanted to experience different experiences."

"He had no specific destination. It was my understanding he was open to see the world, to ...

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