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 The Port Arthur massacre, 27 years later

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PostSubject: The Port Arthur massacre, 27 years later    The Port Arthur massacre, 27 years later  Icon_minitimeFri Apr 28, 2023 2:32 pm

Between Sunday, April 28th, and Monday, April 29th, 1996, 35 people were murdered at the Broad Arrow Cafe, adjacent gift shop and on roadsides at the Port Arthur Historic Site in Tasmania. Martin John Bryant surrendered after an intense 18 hour siege at the Seascape cottage, where he had killed David and Sally Martin, the owners, with a knife and his AR-15. The attack led to of course the famous $350 million buyback scheme as well as the ban of all semi automatic rifles, shotguns and pump action shotguns, even restrictions on airsoft guns.



Victims:
Winifred Joyce Aplin, age 58
Walter John Bennett, age 66
Nicole Louise Burgess, age 17
Sou Leng Chung, age 32
Elva Rhonda Gaylard, age 48
Zoe Anne Hall, age 28
Elizabeth Jayne Howard, age 26
Mary Elizabeth Howard, age 57
Mervyn John Howard, age 55
Ronald Noel Jary, age 71
Tony Vadivelu Kistan, age 51
Leslie Dennis Lever, age 53
Sarah Kate Loughton, age 15
David Martin, age 72
Noelene "Sally" Joyce Martin, age 69
Pauline Virjeana Masters, age 49
Alannah Louise Mikac, age 6
Madeline Grace Mikac, age 3
Nanette Patricia Mikac, age 36
Andrew Bruce Mills, age 39
Peter Brenton Nash, age 32
Gwenda Joan Neander, age 67
William Xeeng Ng, age 48
Anthony Nightingale, age 44
Mary Rose Nixon, age 60
Glenn Roy Pears, age 35
Russell James Pollard, age 72
Janette Kathleen Quin, age 50
Helene Maria Salzmann, age 50
Robert Graham Salzmann, age 57
Kate Elizabeth Scott, age 21
Kevin Vincent Sharp, age 68
Raymond John Sharp, age 67
Royce William Thompson, age 59
Jason Bernard Winter, age 29

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PostSubject: Re: The Port Arthur massacre, 27 years later    The Port Arthur massacre, 27 years later  Icon_minitimeFri Apr 28, 2023 9:43 pm

Totally not a nanny state

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PostSubject: Re: The Port Arthur massacre, 27 years later    The Port Arthur massacre, 27 years later  Icon_minitimeSat Apr 29, 2023 4:58 pm

Amokauliflower wrote:
Totally not a nanny state

Can’t think what’s it’s worse to be these days, Australian or Canadian
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ColaEnthusiast wrote:
Amokauliflower wrote:
Totally not a nanny state

Can’t think what’s it’s worse to be these days, Australian or Canadian

Way worse to be Australian, Canada has legal weed plus they can just get guns from America (and can still own semi autos)

Also, Canada is physically beautiful.

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vril wrote:
ColaEnthusiast wrote:
Amokauliflower wrote:
Totally not a nanny state

Can’t think what’s it’s worse to be these days, Australian or Canadian

Way worse to be Australian, Canada has legal weed plus they can just get guns from America (and can still own semi autos)

Also, Canada is physically beautiful.

Australia does have the (slightly) better accent, Mick Dundee, his more evil counterpart, Mick Taylor, vegemite and of course, an absolute hell of a lot of deadly creatures, both heard of and unheard of.

Edit: No scary big black guns, though


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PostSubject: Re: The Port Arthur massacre, 27 years later    The Port Arthur massacre, 27 years later  Icon_minitimeSat Apr 29, 2023 10:31 pm

ColaEnthusiast wrote:
vril wrote:
ColaEnthusiast wrote:
Amokauliflower wrote:
Totally not a nanny state

Can’t think what’s it’s worse to be these days, Australian or Canadian

Way worse to be Australian, Canada has legal weed plus they can just get guns from America (and can still own semi autos)

Also, Canada is physically beautiful.

Australia does have the (slightly) better accent

Everyone mistakes me for being British when I'm playing vidya :/

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PostSubject: Re: The Port Arthur massacre, 27 years later    The Port Arthur massacre, 27 years later  Icon_minitimeThu Aug 03, 2023 4:14 pm

Port Arthur is waaaay more interesting than Columbine, I want to watch the full police interrogation video more than the Columbine 'basement tapes'.
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