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happens what do you do now these of the globe could New Zealand have stopped its worst mass shooting before it ever started that's the subject of a new high level investigation announced by prime minister just into our turn on Monday the royal commission of inquiry will look into events leading up to the March fifteenth shooting when a gunman killed fifty people into Christ Church mosques one is the windows and Muslim communities around the world %HESITATION boasts grieving and showing compassion for one another they are also quite rightly asking questions on how this tear attack was able to happen here this includes questions around the accessibility of semi automatic weapons the role social media has played generally in the focus of the intelligence and security services a royal commission is an independent inquiry usually used only for matters of the greatest importance to the public one analyst told Reuters it would likely cover agencies from customs to police and immigration the prime minister wouldn't say how long the inquiry might take our during his won praise for her leadership following the shooting she moved quickly to denounce the incident as terrorism and tough and the country's gun laws meanwhile visitors were still flocking to makeshift memorials near the outdoor and lean would mosques the tea is taken away because only paperless I say it , with the children , thank god I don't like it does happen yeah a suspected white supremacist has been charged with one count of murder over the Christ Church shootings he is next set to appear in court on April fifth our during has previously said the man wasn't on any watch list in New Zealand or Australia the prime minister has announced a national remembrance service on March twenty ninth to honor the victims