Message intended for Tasmanians.

Submitted by Editor on Tue, 28/09/2004 - 19:21

BUT it contains information of concern to the population of the world.
A mass murder took place in Tasmania back in 1996, dubbed the Port Arthur Massacre (PAM), it preceded legislation, previously drawn up, but not put before the Federal Parliament prior to the PAM. Following PAM, the legislation was passed into Law designed to disarm law abiding Australians. If this situation has any similiralities to other horrific events there is no coincidence. The following will be of great value to those around the world still capable, and practicing, independent thought. Port Arthur is an isolated place on a peninsula with one road in and out, the road is capable of being closed by an existing swing bridge.

Regards, Joe Bryant.

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Joe Bryant
succeed2@alt3.net
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September 27, 2004

The official version is that Martin Bryant, (no relation that I know of), acting alone, was the lone gunman at Port Arthur in 1996. Below are but a few anomalies which make the official version of the story hard to believe.

A few of the ANOMOLIES

1. On the Sunday morning, 28th April, 1996, just hours before the murders, ten of the senior people at Port Arthur were sent many miles away, up the Tasmanian east coast for a two-day seminar with no agenda and no visiting speakers. One of the managers has spoken publicly about this unprecedented 'seminar' which kept them out of the way and safe.

2. Just before the shootings, the only two policeman stationed some miles away were called even further away on a wild goose chase. They were sent to the Coal Mine at Salt Water River, to investigate a drug stash removing them from any possibility of getting to Port Arthur ins hurry. Had one of the two policemen remained at Dunalley, he could have closed the swing bridge to prevent anyone, e.g. the gunmen, from leaving the peninsula by road.

3. BIG MORTUARY TRUCK : Shortly before the massacre, a specially-built 22 body capacity mortuary truck was built. It attracted some derision at the time, but it was effectively use at Port Arthur. Later it was advertised for sale on the internet.

4. The gunman was never properly identified. A young woman who ate her lunch near the gunman just before 1.30, said his face was freckled.

The wounded Graham Collyer, who had the best opportunity to observe the gunman, said his face was pock-marked or acne-marked. Neither description fits Martin Bryant whose complexion was clear and smooth.

Graham Collyer says that it was NOT Bryant who shot him.

5. On April 30, two days after the massacre the Hobart Mercury published an old photo of Martin Bryant on page 1.

At that time some of the witnesses had not been asked to identify the gunman. When one witness was asked to describe what the gunman wore, she described the clothing worn by Bryant in the old, published photo, instead of what the gunman wore at Port Arthur. The Mercury was not prosecuted for breaking the law.

6. During question time at a recent Forensics Seminar held in Queensland Sargent Gerard Dutton was asked if there was any forensic evidence to link Martin Bryant to the Broad Arrow Cafe, Dutton closed question time, threatened the questioner with arrest, and had him escorted out of the building. When a Doctor in an American audience asked the same policeman the same question, Dutton answered - "NO THERE IS NO FORENSIC EVIDENCE TO LINK BRYANT TO THE CAFE." the place where the massacre took place

A video exists which proves that the police had an opportunity to take finger prints and DNA from the drinking glass, a Solo can, fork, etc used by the murdered, as all of these things remained on the cafe table next to the blue sports bag in which the gunman allegedly carried the 3 guns allegedly which were used in the cafe to commit the murders. No finger prints or DNA samples were ever taken?

7. Mrs Wendy Scurr, nurse and tour guide at Port Arthur, was the first person (eye witness) to ring the police to tell them of the shootings. She rang at 13.32 [1.32pm]. Yet she and other First Aid and Ambulance workers toiled for 6 1/2 hours not knowing where the gunman was, without police protection. Why was the police arrival delayed? Police arrived by police boats and were a stone's throw away from the Broad Arrow Cafe, but never not come to the crime scene - for six and a half hours! Most of the police remained at Tarana until after dark.

8. Two more handy seminars!

25 specialist trauma surgeons from all over Australia had a seminar in Hobart that finished just in time and fortunately were able to attend to the wounded tourists.

9. 700 journalists from 17 countries came to Hobart for a conference which was due to begin early on Monday 29th April. The journalists were asked to arrive during the week-end - how handy to have 700 reporters to give their anti-gun spin to the event and always a call for gun-confiscation!

10. "There will never be uniform Gun Laws in Australia until we see a massacre somewhere in Tasmania" Barry Unsworth, NSW Premier, said at a Premiers Conference held in December 1987.

11. In May 1996, just after the massacre, Tim Fischer, deputy Prime Minister said "If we don't get it right this time, (gun laws) then next time there is a massacre, and there will be, then they'll take all our guns off us". WHO ARE "THEY" ? He was the deputy Prime Minister.

12. No Respect for the Law. According to Australian law, a Coronial Inquiry must be held under two circumstances --

---- If foreign nationals are killed.
---- If anyone dies in a fire.

At Port Arthur several foreigners were killed and three people died in the fire(s). but a Coronial enquiry was NEVER HELD.

An Invitation to Attend a Public Meeting Held by People for a Coronial Inquiry

Wed. 29th September 2004
at 7.30 pm
Max Fry Hall, Trevallyn, Launceston

On Wednesday night COMPLETELY NEW EVIDENCE will be presented by Andrew MacGregor.

To quote him: "The new evidence will knock the socks off you". Bring your friends to this historic occasion -

Max Fry Hall, 7.30 pm, Wednesday 29th September, 2004 Admission $5.

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