ACT Police Minister Mick Gentleman, the same Labor genius who came up with a law to make drive by shootings illegal, has decided to introduce legislation to restrict magazine capacity on centrefire bolt action rifles to ten rounds and “tighten up” on storage laws. The Canberra
After a tragic shooting in Sydney on Sunday night which saw a child killed in an apparent accident with an illegal firearm, a full court press has erupted from the mainstream media in desperate defence of “muh world class gun laws.” Not an absolute word was said
Seems like we’re living in the last days of Rome. Malcolm Turnbull has announced a new counter terrorism strategy to deal with the rise of mass casualty vehicle attacks. It couldn’t come at a better time for the authoritarian in chief, currently embroiled with the very
Desperation stuff. Gun Control Australia spokesman Charles Watson gave an interview on the ABC this week on the national firearm amnesty. As usual, GCA were allowed to air their view unopposed, with no pro-firearm guest on to counter the myriad of farcical claims made by Watson.
The private details of Australians on Medicare are in jeopardy after revelations that the national database has been hacked and details are being sold on the dark web, in one of the largest identity theft scandals in recent history. Yet to comment on this is AMA
Obviously not everyone got the memo. The first week of the national firearm amnesty has not seen a break in gun crime – colour us surprised. A man in Coburg was shot in the leg outside a motel in the early hours of Sunday morning after
It didn’t even take 10 minutes. On the first day of the National Firearm Amnesty, a Queensland gun owner has surrendered a Nerf Gun: What is interesting is that names and details are being taken (although it is standard procedure to do so when handing in
Michael Keenan announced today that there will be a three month national firearms amnesty where unregistered firearms could be handed in “no questions asked.” This is also in addition to the bomb amnesty that NSW Police announced just a few weeks ago. Yes, that’s a real
De ja vu. One week removed from criminal Rick Maddison acquiring what appeared to be a full automatic firearm and killing a Queensland Policeman, a criminal in Melbourne has done similar. Yacqub Khayre, a Somali refugee turned hardened criminal, acquired an illegal firearm (alleged to have
A 24 hour stand-off between Queensland Police and a known criminal has resulted in a Policeman being killed with a full auto firearm near Adare in Queensland. Senior Constable Brett Forte was gunned down by reknown criminal Rick Maddison when Forte attempted to stop Maddison’s vehicle.