First, I am in New Zealand, but a long way from Christchurch. Second, I have a picture of a row of graves, presumably in a Christchurch cemetery, and a close-up picture of one of the graves. This has a plaque reading “Tariq Rashid Omar 16195” on it. The number is presumably the lot number. (I picked these pictures up at http://chchtruth.com/tariqseries.html.)
“Omar” probably has a bio. But if he does, that doesn’t prove his body is in the grave. He could have died earlier, in inscrutable circumstances, and had his death “assigned” to the “shooting”. Or he could now be living elsewhere, possibly in his family’s homeland, under another identity (or even under his own identity, if he is far enough away). As the Christchurch Truth website points out, there are several possibilities.
All I can say is that – as a person who has viewed the alleged shooter’s video many times, and who has collected most of the pictures of the “dead” and “wounded” – I can see no evidence there were any casualties. The “wounded” have no visible injuries, and the “dead”, as I have said, look like dummies. In one case – that of the “body” in the gutter outside the mosque – the “body” has a head when it is “shot”, but no head when it is photographed later.
I actually know the imam of Al Noor, but I am far from confident that, even if I went to Christchurch, I would be able to get any useful information out of him. His fame and fortune – and probably his life – depend on his continuing to parrot the official narrative.