Who ordered the Port Arthur Massacre
There have been various bombings and massacres here and abroad.
I have been a bit wary of them as some have been hoaxes, however I have very
little doubt about the Port Arthur massacre and the reason for it.
have spoken personally to Wendy Scurr who is mentioned in item 6 and she is
adamant that it was not Martin Bryant who did the shooting.
investigator Joe Vialls also came up with the same conclusion and wrote a well
researched book on the subject.
I have received the following from a person in Tasmania and am
passing it on.
Port Arthur Massacre, and its connections with the London
On Wednesday 26 September Mr
Andrew MacGregor will present a common sense view of the latest World
Terrorist attacks that occurred in London and Glasgow two days after Gordon
Brown became the British Prime Minister. He will also discuss the Tasmanian
connection to these incidents. It will be alleged that
several important bureaucrats some of who are still active in public life,
were involved in the planning and execution of the Port Arthur massacre.
Mr MacGregor has had 17 years experience in the Victoria Police
Force and has studied Witness Reports, Court Documents,Police Reports and
Media Reports. He will show how the Port Arthur Massacre
fits into a pattern very similar to other staged terrorist events throughout
Wed. 26 Semptember 2007 at 7.30 pm Max Fry
Hall, Trevallyn, Launceston Admission $5.00 Concessions $2.00
You probably believe that Martin Bryant, acting alone, carried
out the Port Arthur massacre on Sunday 28th April 1996. If so, can you
reconcile the following facts with the official story?
Martin Bryant was 58 kilometres away when Mr David Martin was
shot at Seascape Cottage. At 10.40 am.
1. On the Sunday morning, two hours before the murders, ten of
the senior managers of Port Arthur were taken to safety many miles away up the
east coast,for a two day seminar with a vague agenda and no visiting speakers.
Was the timing of this trip a mere coincidence?
2. Also just before the shootings the only two policemen in
the region were called away on a wild goose chase. They were sent to the Coal
Mine at Salt Water River, to investigate a heroin drug stash which turned out
to be soap powder. This was too far for them to get to the Broad Arrow Cafe in
time to be of any use. Had a policeman remained at Dunalley he would have
closed the swing bridge to prevent the killer(s) from escaping from the
peninsula. Did Bryant, IQ 66, organise this decoy?
3. Big Mortuary Truck. Before the massacre, a specially-built
22 person capacity mortuary truck was built. It attracted some derision at the
time, but its effective use at Port Arthur was unquestioned. After the
massacre it was advertised, unsuccessfully, for sale via the internet, then
converted for another purpose. Without the foresight of Port Arthur, why build
it? When it had proven its worth, why get rid of it? Another coincidence?
4. Martin Bryant has never been properly identified as the
gunman. A young woman who ate her lunch near the gunman just before 1.30 said
he had a freckled face. Graham Collyer, the wounded ex-soldier, who had the
best opportunity to observe the killer, said he had a pock-marked or acned
face. Neither description fits Bryant who has a beautifully smooth complexion.
Graham Collyer says that it was not Bryant who shot him in the neck.
5. Illegal Photo. On 30th April the Hobart Mercury printed a
week old photo of Martin Bryant on the front page. This was illegal because at
that stage some of the witnesses had not yet been asked to identify the
killer, and the photo would have become fixed in the minds of the witnesses.
When one witness was asked to describe the clothing worn by the gunman, she
described the clothing on the photo instead of what the gunman had worn. The
Mercury newspaper was not prosecuted for breaking the law.
6. Mrs Wendy Scurr, nurse, tour guide and Ambulance Officer,
rang the police at 1.32 pm to report the shooting. She and other medics then
cared for the injured and the dead without any police protection for six and a
half hours. Who ordered the armed police to stop at Tarana, where they had a
barbecue? The police who arrived by boats were a stone's throw away from the
main crime scene, the cafe, and they too failed to come in to see what was
going on. Was this meant to increase the trauma of the survivors?
7. Three more shots were fired at Port Arthur at 6.30pm while
Bryant was at Seascape. Who fired those shots?
8. Same Question - Different Answer. At a recent Forensics
Seminar in Queensland where the Tasmanian Police forensic gun inspector,
Gerard Dutton, gave a lecture, the first question came from Mr Ian McNiven. He
asked if there was any empirical evidence to link Martin Bryant to the Broad
Arrow Cafe. Sargent Dutton immediately closed the 15 minute question time and
would not reply. When McNiven managed to say "I have here Graham Collyer's
police statement...", Sgt Dutton threatened him with arrest and called for
security agents to escort McNiven out of the building. When Dutton was asked
the same question in America by a Doctor at an American seminar, he replied
truthfully - "There is no empirical evidence to link Bryant to the cafe".
9. Yet a police video tape exists which proves that the police
had an excellent opportunity to get DNA samples and finger prints of the
gunman. The video briefly shows the blue sports bag on a cafe table. The
gunman had carried his 3 rifles in this bag and left it right next to his
drinking glass, his Solo soft drink can, knife, fork, plate, video cameras,
etc. Why did the police fail to take DNA samples and finger prints?
10. According to the official story, Bryant first killed David
and Sally Martin at Seascape Cottage in the morning, then went on to Port
Arthur. Yet two policemen have reported seeing a naked woman with black hair,
screaming and running from one building to another at Seascape well into the
afternoon. If Sally Martin was dead, who was this woman?
11. Proof of other gunmen in Seascape Cottage. While Bryant
was calmly talking to police by telephone in the cottage during the 'siege'
and the conversation was recorded, someone else fired an SKK rifle 20 times.
In the transcript the gunfire is recorded as 'coughs' but an electronic
analysis of one of the 'coughs' shows that it was an SKK shot.
12. Two More Very Handy Seminars. On the Sunday morning, some
25 specialist doctors (Royal Australian College of Surgeons) from all over
Australia had attended a training course in Hobart, and their last lecture was
on Terrorist Attack and Gunshot Wounds. They stayed on to take care of the
13. Also, more than 700 reporters from 17 nations came to a
seminar in Hobart. They were asked to arrive during the week-end as the
seminar was due to begin early on Monday morning. How handy to have 700
scribblers churning out their anti-gun and disarmament propaganda to the whole
14. "There will never be uniform Gun Laws in Australia until we
see a massacre somewhere in Tasmania", said Barry Unsworth, NSW Premier,
December, 1987 at a conference in Hobart. Prophecy or Planning?
15. "If we don't get it right this time (gun laws) next time
there is a massacre, and there will be, then they'll take all our guns off
us", said the deputy prime minister, Tim Fischer in May 1996. Who is the
"THEY" who would order the removal of our guns? Did Fischer let slip that gun
confiscation has been ordered by someone other than our own leaders?
16. No Respect for the Law. Our laws demand that a Coronial
Inquiry must take place (a) when foreign nationals are killed (b) when anyone
dies in a fire John Howard acted illegally when he ordered the Coronial
Inquiry to be abandoned.
17. It is evident that the massacre was planned to happen on
the ferry which sailed to the Isle of the Dead every day. The victims were to
be eighty elderly American tourists who had come in two coaches. But the plan
went awry because the sailing time of the ferry had changed from 1.30 to
All the preparations were made for a 1.30 massacre, so the
killer began his work at the Broad Arrow Cafe at 1.30, instead of on the ferry
Here is some evidence suggesting that the plan was to kill the
Americans at 1.30 on the way to the Isle of the Dead where tourists are shown
the ancient convict cemetery -
(a) The gunman had tried to buy a ticket for the 1.30 sailing.
(b) When the gunman began pulling out his weapons in the Cafe, one
Professional witness [Anthony Nightingale] stood up shouting "No, no, not
here!!" If it was not meant to be "here", then it was meant to be somewhere
else. Nightingale was shot for he had obviously given the game away.
(c) Had the gunman waited for the 2.00 sailing, the decoyed
policemen may have returned with their firearms and two-way radios and upset
(d) Also, with the later start the trauma surgeons at the
Royal Hobart Hospital may have dispersed and not been available to treated the
(e) In a video made by the Tasmania Police we are told that some policemen
came by sea to Port Arthur in patrol boats. These police did not go ashore.
They did not come to the crime scenes at the Cafe or elsewhere to help the
victims or to guard the First Aid workers who needed protection. Obviously
they expected a massacre at sea, when they saw nothing they returned to
(f) On his way to the Historic Site the gunman stopped to help some girls who
had problems with their car. He told them of his intention to kill some WASPS
[Wealthy Anglo-Saxon Protestants] the Isle of the Dead.
(g) On the very day Martin Bryant was being sentenced in Hobart, President
Clinton was addressing the Australian Parliament in Canberra. Was he there to
make sure poor Martin copped the blame for the massacre and that nothing went
wrong with the gun confiscation scheme, which of course was the reason for the
Port Arthur Massacre?
"I am one.
I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And because I cannot do
everything, I will not refuse to do the something that I can do. What I can
do, I should do. And what