The Port Arthur Massacre - Was Martin Bryant Framed?

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#1 Nov 13, 2010
The Port Arthur Massacre
Was Martin Bryant Framed?

In the 10 years since the massacre at Port Arthur, Tasmania, the authorities continue to ignore concerns that there is no hard evidence to implicate Martin Bryant as the gunman.

1. Australians reacted with horror and outrage when, on the evening of Sunday 28 April 1996, they learned that over 30 people had been murdered and many others injured in an orgy of violence at the Port Arthur Historic Site (PAHS), Tasmania, one of the nation's most venerable historic sites, and at adjacent locations.

The alleged perpetrator—a young Caucasian male with long blond hair, named Martin Bryant—was apprehended by police the following morning after he emerged from a burning tourist guest house, Seascape Cottage, which was located a short distance from Port Arthur.

Bryant instantly became the most vilified individual in Australian history and was rapidly enlisted in the serial killers' hall of infamy as the world's second-most-lethal gunman. However, the case—which never went to trial—is full of clues, direct and indirect, to suggest that Bryant, a 29-year-old man with an IQ of only 66, was framed.

However, even today, the case is regarded by most people as so delicate that it is considered insensitive to discuss it at all—a perfect means of perpetuating a cover-up, if ever there was one.

http://www.whale.to/b/wernerhoff.html

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#2 Nov 13, 2010
1. Martin Bryant's guilt: the problem of lack of evidence

Bryant's physical appearance
Age
Facial features
Hair
Bryant identified as the gunman?
Lack of Bryant's fingerprints or DNA at Port Arthur
Bryant's "gunmanship"
Weapons and ammunition used at Port Arthur
Concerns about lack of evidence against Bryant

2. The police interrogation

A day in the life of an unwitting patsy
Incident at the Fortescue Bay turnoff
Did the Fortescue Bay turnoff carjacking really take place?
Bryant's distinctive appearance and vehicle

3. The set-up so far

Avery capers
The threat of a trial
The Avery transcripts
The Balasko video
Abducted and drugged?
Where are the witnesses?

http://www.whale.to/b/wernerhoff.html
Olds Cool

Perth, Australia

#3 Nov 13, 2010
It details how Bryant fell through the cracks after leaving school and was assessed by authorities to determine whether he should receive a pension or medical help. One file noted: "Martin tells me he would like to go around shooting people. It would be unsafe to allow Martin out of his parents' control."

http://kildall.apana.org.au/autism/articles/b...
josh

Narre Warren, Australia

#4 Nov 14, 2010
Gottaliv wrote:
1. Martin Bryant's guilt: the problem of lack of evidence
Bryant's physical appearance
Age
Facial features
Hair
Bryant identified as the gunman?
Lack of Bryant's fingerprints or DNA at Port Arthur
Bryant's "gunmanship"
Weapons and ammunition used at Port Arthur
Concerns about lack of evidence against Bryant
2. The police interrogation
A day in the life of an unwitting patsy
Incident at the Fortescue Bay turnoff
Did the Fortescue Bay turnoff carjacking really take place?
Bryant's distinctive appearance and vehicle
3. The set-up so far
Avery capers
The threat of a trial
The Avery transcripts
The Balasko video
Abducted and drugged?
Where are the witnesses?
http://www.whale.to/b/wernerhoff.html
you obviously have not looked at this guys history and the guns he owned. hes a killer and tasmanian police dont set up innocent people only Wa police do that. Wa police are the worst in australia followed by Nt police.
Yank Oliver

South Porcupine, Canada

#5 Nov 16, 2010
I was of the opinion that an IQ of 69 in Arstralia was considered genius LMFAO
Adelaidean

Australia

#6 Nov 16, 2010
Yank Oliver wrote:
I was of the opinion that an IQ of 69 in Arstralia was considered genius LMFAO
Compared with what ... yours?
Yank Oliver

South Porcupine, Canada

#7 Nov 16, 2010
Adelaidean wrote:
<quoted text>
Compared with what ... yours?
No dummy compared to the guy that did the shooting. Frig can't you follow a simple conversation. I guess eating all that Roo meat kills brain cells.
Anonymous

Sydney, Australia

#8 Nov 16, 2010
was anyone on the mainland even upset when this happened? i seriously cant remember
Olds Cool

Redbank, Australia

#9 Nov 16, 2010
jayok99 wrote:
was anyone on the mainland even upset when this happened? i seriously cant remember
Possibly the relatives of the Australians
tourists who were slaughtered were alittle miffed.
The shooting associations were a little upset as Howard introduced some legislation regarding firearms control.
Olds Cool

Redbank, Australia

#10 Nov 16, 2010
Yank Oliver wrote:
I was of the opinion that an IQ of 69 in Arstralia was considered genius LMFAO
Well he could drive a car, surf and shoot a gun accurately.
He inherited a house and a huge amount of cash from a lady he had a relationship with.
The money was taken from his direct control and administered by a public investment trust as he was having fun with it. When his father died, although his money was supervised, Martin was left to his own devices.

Coffee and doughnuts Ollie? They sound possitively awful! Almost French. Have a buttered bun dear. We srve them with cinnamin icing. And a cup of nice tea/no sugar.
Troll Hunter

Sydney, Australia

#11 Nov 16, 2010
Adelaidean wrote:
<quoted text>
Compared with what ... yours?
Troll record. Action pending.[T.R.A.P.]
pt78RRuy10F

Australia

#12 Nov 16, 2010
jayok99 wrote:
was anyone on the mainland even upset when this happened? i seriously cant remember
We were horrified!!

Also it was seized upon by the government to treat hundreds of thousands of mainlanders as criminal suspects for lawfully owning guns. To this day just owning a gun get's one's name on 'CrimTrack' a Federal Government database listing along with murderers, thieves and pedophiles. Does 15 years of unrelenting persecution count as added reason to be upset?
rick

Croydon, Australia

#13 Nov 17, 2010
Olds Cool wrote:
<quoted text>
Possibly the relatives of the Australians
tourists who were slaughtered were alittle miffed.
The shooting associations were a little upset as Howard introduced some legislation regarding firearms control.
Liberal Pm howards restriction of certain guns after bryants killing spree, was the best thing howard ever did when he was in power and you had to admire the guys bravery as he took on the queensland gun jocks lobby who wanted no rules changed.
rick

Croydon, Australia

#14 Nov 17, 2010
Olds Cool wrote:
<quoted text>
Well he could drive a car, surf and shoot a gun accurately.
He inherited a house and a huge amount of cash from a lady he had a relationship with.
The money was taken from his direct control and administered by a public investment trust as he was having fun with it. When his father died, although his money was supervised, Martin was left to his own devices.
Coffee and doughnuts Ollie? They sound possitively awful! Almost French. Have a buttered bun dear. We srve them with cinnamin icing. And a cup of nice tea/no sugar.
the old adage "rich pricks" rings true again.
Olds Cool

Redbank, Australia

#15 Nov 17, 2010
rick wrote:
<quoted text>
the old adage "rich pricks" rings true again.
Quite right. In Australia black guns are very expensive. They were even before the massacre. Now , with gun restrictions, only a rich prick could afford to kill as many people. Perhaps a bilie gang. Thank goodness.
Olds Cool

Redbank, Australia

#16 Nov 17, 2010
soz. Bikie gang member

“Changing it up since 2008.”

Since: Nov 08

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#17 Nov 17, 2010
A few years ago i have read and saw stuff on YouTube about this. It is pretty interesting. Thanks for bring it to light Gottaliv.
Boo hoo

Sydney, Australia

#18 Nov 17, 2010
Gottaliv wrote:
The Port Arthur Massacre
Was Martin Bryant Framed?
In the 10 years since the massacre at Port Arthur, Tasmania, the authorities continue to ignore concerns that there is no hard evidence to implicate Martin Bryant as the gunman.
1. Australians reacted with horror and outrage when, on the evening of Sunday 28 April 1996, they learned that over 30 people had been murdered and many others injured in an orgy of violence at the Port Arthur Historic Site (PAHS), Tasmania, one of the nation's most venerable historic sites, and at adjacent locations.
The alleged perpetrator—a young Caucasian male with long blond hair, named Martin Bryant—was apprehended by police the following morning after he emerged from a burning tourist guest house, Seascape Cottage, which was located a short distance from Port Arthur.
Bryant instantly became the most vilified individual in Australian history and was rapidly enlisted in the serial killers' hall of infamy as the world's second-most-lethal gunman. However, the case—which never went to trial—is full of clues, direct and indirect, to suggest that Bryant, a 29-year-old man with an IQ of only 66, was framed.
However, even today, the case is regarded by most people as so delicate that it is considered insensitive to discuss it at all—a perfect means of perpetuating a cover-up, if ever there was one.
http://www.whale.to/b/wernerhoff.html
Anyone who believes that this turd is innocent must have an IQ that is lower than 50.
NNqu79XBfe1

Australia

#19 Nov 17, 2010
Troll Hunter wrote:
<quoted text>Troll record. Action pending.[T.R.A.P.]
Troll record. Action pending.[T.R.A.P.]

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Since: Jun 08

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#20 Nov 17, 2010
10SecondDestruction wrote:
A few years ago i have read and saw stuff on YouTube about this. It is pretty interesting. Thanks for bring it to light Gottaliv.
I bought it up again because on Australia Day next year there's going to be a Grand Jury hearing in Brisbane (the first ever for Queensland) and this is one of the things that's going to be addressed. If Howard thought it was done and dusted he'll be getting a little bit worried at this point in time I should think.

I wonder if this has anything to do with him saying in a TV interview, the one thing he regrets is introducing the gun laws which effectively disarmed Australians? His exact words, "I should never have done that, it was a wrong decision". Why the back-flip now? The interviewer never pursued that statement, it seemed to me it was dropped like a hot potato.



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