The manifesto, believed to be written by Brenton Tarrant, the 28-year-old Australian who has been charged with the murder of 50 people during mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, last week, is now illegal in the country, New Zealand's Office of Film and Literature Classification announced on Saturday. The manifesto, which is more than 80 pages long, is rife with anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim content. It was made public online before the shootings occurred. "It crosses the line," New Zealand's Chief Censor David Shanks said. The decision follows another one made earlier this week which banned footage of the shootings, including edited clips and still images.

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