OFFICIAL TERROR in Tasmania, Australia

OFFICIAL TERROR in Tasmania, Australia

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Updated and enlarged edition (now 768 pages; 2nd edition 2020) of the book originally titled MASS MURDER), a compilation of findings prepared by over 20 investigator-authors who researched the mass shooting (1996) at and near Port Arthur in Tasmania, Australia. Includes more names and more images of officials involved in the case. Highlights the innocence of the alleged shooter (Martin Bryant) whose mental handicap (IQ of 66) was discounted, whose persistent plea of not guilty was rejected, whose firearm incompetence was ignored, and whose presence was never proved with hard evidence. (Several eyewitnesses declared in writing that the shooter was not Martin Bryant.) Adding to the absence of evidence against the patsy is the appalling manner in which he was abused by senior officials of the legal system in Tasmania. Martin Bryant was denied his guardian, He was denied an ethical defence lawyer. (John Avery is human scum.) He was also denied a trial. Not one witness was allowed to present her/his statement to a jury - there never was a jury. The whole legal process against innocent Martin Bryant was a sham - corrupt official behaviour breaking every serious, relevant, legal code in Tasmania. OFFICIAL TERROR in Tasmania, Ausralia, identifies those who were killed (35; Martin Bryant will the 36th victim) at the official massacre - the families, relatives, and friends of all these victims have been denied Truth and Justice. Finally, the book contains an IN MEMORIAM to the late (2018) Wendy Esme Scurr - a first responder at Port Arthur on the day of the official terror-massacre. She spent the remainder of her life exposing the official crimes recorded in this book. Keith Allan Noble -
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  • Paperback | 770 pages
  • 210 x 280 x 39mm | 1,701g
  • 3950313664
  • 9783950313666
  • 668,860