Watch New Zealand Bikers Perform The Haka In Moving Tribute To Mass Shooting Victims

The death toll from the massacre has risen to 50.

Members of a New Zealand biker gang have given a moving rendition of the Haka in tribute of the victims of Friday’s mass shooting.

Watched by a large crowd next to floral tributes to the dead and injured, seven men in their club colours performed the iconic Maori war dance on Sunday.

New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush said on Saturday that 36 people remain in Christchurch hospital, two of whom are critical. One child is at Starship, a children’s hospital in Auckland.

Bush said the 50th victim was discovered as investigators began the process of moving bodies from the two Christchurch mosques on Saturday.

It came after the suspected attacker, Brenton Tarrant, appeared in court charged with murder over the slayings, described as an act of terror.


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