Austrian officials have established there was a financial link between the man accused of killing 50 people in mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand and a far-right Austrian group. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz confirmed Wednesday that money went between the suspect and the Identitarian Movement, which wants to preserve Europe’s identity. Kurz said Austria was looking into dissolving the group. The BBC reported earlier that Austrian investigators raided the home of the group’s leader, Martin Sellner, after he claimed in a video he had received a donation that could have come from the Christchurch suspected shooter. “I have nothing to do with this terror attack,” Sellner told reporters, adding that his organization was a peaceful anti-immigration group. Authorities in Vienna confirmed last week that the Christchurch suspect, Brenton Tarrant, had visited the country.