By Michael Hernandez</p> <p>WASHINGTON (AA) - None of the roughly 200 people who watched a live broadcast of an attack on two mosques in New Zealand reported the video to Facebook, the social media company said. </p> <p>The video received a full 4,000 views before it was taken down, Facebook said in a statement released Monday, adding the video was reported 29 minutes after it started, and 12 minutes after the live broadcast was ended. </p> <p>"We removed the attacker’s video within minutes of their outreach to us, and in the aftermath, we have been providing an on-the-ground resource for law enforcement authorities," Facebook's Deputy General Counsel Chris Sonderby said in a blog post. </p> <p>In all 50 people were killed when a terrorist opened fire in two mosques during Friday prayers in Christchurch, New Zealand. </p> <p>Brenton Harrison Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian, is being charged over the massacre.</p> <p>Facebook and other popular internet platforms have worked to pull the video from their websites, but it continues to circle online. </p> <p>Facebook said it removed 1.5 million copies of the video, with the majority of those videos blocked at upload -- preventing the video from being added to the social media website. </p> <p>But before the company was originally alerted to the video an 8chan user posted the video to a file sharing website, Sonderby said. 8chan is a relatively libertarian website replete with violent, lewd, and sometimes illegal content.