Antechinus: Deadly Deception (False Flag?) at Port Arthur, Australia

Corruption, Government, Law Enforcement
Antechinus
Antechinus

Deadly deception at Port Arthur

Investigator Joe Viallis uses hard military science to prove that Martin Bryant with an IQ of 66 could not have been responsible for the murders at Port Arthur or on the Arthur Highway, though he may have fired 250 wild shots from Seascape during the siege, every one of which failed to hit a target; a dramatic and obvious reversal of the real shooter’s performance at Port Arthur during the afternoon of 28 April 1996. Martin Bryant killed no-one at Port Arthur but was deliberately set up as a patsy. All of the hard evidence at Port Arthur bears the distinctive trademark of a planned psyop intended to justify and make successful a massive buy-back of guns across Australia.