BRAVEST WOMAN I HAVE EVER KNOWNHowever there were at
least two people on the day who got more than a good look at the shooter.
One of them was Wendy Scurr who worked at the Port Arthur Site. After the
massacre Wendy suffered a great deal of stress. Besides having a bullet
whizz past her head as she raced towards the administration building to ring
the police she was also the first person on the scene to witness the
carnage. Being the triage officer on site she inspected all the wounded and
dead and cared for victims before the ambulances began to arrive. Still
unaware of where the shooter was she risked her life to tend to all those
who had been wounded in the Broad Arrow Cafe. Asked if she saw any of the
shooting at the time she said "no", because she was not in the building when
the shooting at the Broad Arrow took place but later on, talking to her and
getting her to open up, the way she should have been taken care of at the
time and was basically ignored by authorities, something came back to her
that she had either forgotten about or had no idea that it meant anything.
She was never questioned in this area which again illustrates the
incompetency of the investigation. This is what we recovered from her
traumatic memories of that day.
She had just got off the ferry that goes to Dead
Man's Island where the tombstones of convicts still stand. It's not far from
the wharf and she thought that she might get something to eat at the cafe
before going back to the administration building. As she climbed the steps
of the veranda outside the cafe she noticed a blonde haired man staring at
her and remembered looking back at him. What she didn't know at the time
was, that the shooter was sitting in that very spot eating a meal.
As I mentioned before, it is believed that the
original massacre scene was supposed to have been on the island where no one
would have escaped except the killer by boat. Because the plans had been
changed (it might not have been much a challenge for the expertise of this
gunman) he might have been thinking, as she climbed the steps, that he would
get her inside the cafe anyway, who knows. Luckily for Wendy she exited the
building before the shooting started which would only have been seconds
later and not knowing what was happening until a bullet whizzed past her
ear she immediately knew something was very wrong and ran to the other block
to ring the police. Trying to convince the police of what was
happening was hard since she had no idea but she could hear the gun shots
and held the phone out so that the police could hear them as well in an
effort to convince them that they had an emergency. Little did she know that
it would take seven and a half hours for the police to finally arrive to
give support to the terrified people everywhere who had no idea what was
happening, where the gunman was, how many shooters there were and what they
should do with no one to guide them.
The firing inside the cafe lasted, at the most, a
couple of minutes and as the rampage continued in the car park and towards
the toll gate Wendy was the first one on the scene inside the cafe to find
the carnage. She had no idea where the gunman was and could easily have been
his next victim but she was the triage officer of the site and her job was
to tend to the wounded and try to save as many lives as she could. What she
saw was a war zone. People huddled under tables and behind chairs trying to
escape the frenzy but somehow in those few seconds of combat shooting 20
people were killed, 19 of them with head shots. There was blood and tissue
everywhere. It was something that only hardened veterans would have ever
seen yet this woman went about trying to save the lives of the few
survivors. One such young man who had been shot in the throat and to this
day they are good friends with similar experiences to share.
This young man, who had been shot in the neck, was
recovering in hospital when he found out that the killer was recuperating
not far from him in the same ward. He asked if he could identify the man who
had shot him and was refused. Had he been allowed a few seconds with Martin
Bryant the whole conspiracy would have fallen over because the man they had
arrested was not the killer. The real witnesses all agree that the shooter
was younger and not as tall as Bryant. He had longer hair which looked like
a wig and most importantly he had a pocked complexion suggesting acne scars
which Bryant does not have.
With this in mind it was obvious to the authorities
that Bryant could not be allowed identification by credible witnesses. These
people, and others with similar stories, were not even put on the witness
list, essential for a trial, and yet they were the only ones who had seen
the killer up close. The only way out was to make up the ridiculous story of
saving the victims further trauma by not having a trial at all denying
Bryant his sovereign right to be heard and railroading him with just a
hearing, thus having no need for witnesses or declarations.
There were witnesses
eager to see justice done and the law shunned them. These brave people are
the real heroes of the Port Arthur massacre because they risked their lives
to be willing to tell the truth. They took the trouble to make waves so that
their loved ones did not die in vain. There has been no explanation of 'why'
to those who suffered the aftermath and if anything this must be the most
heart wrenching pain of all to bear.
is clear that the DNA evidence would have cleared Martin. So would blood
splatter tests on his clothing. Witness identification of Bryant would have
convinced me but the DPP used none of this evidence and instead relied on
this ridiculous video that proves nothing. The only thing that convicted
Martin Bryant was his coerced "guilty" plea.
Somewhere there are people who planned a massacre
and blamed an unfortunate intellectually handicapped man for the terrible
crimes that took place in one of the most beautiful and peaceful places on
I have gathered
innumerable pieces of information and facts which substantiate a cover-up of
over the past ten years and I
am even now still uncovering more and more information. There is so much of
it that it never ends. For instance we know that a Mortuary truck with 22
body racks in a refrigerated unit was built before the massacre and sold
afterwards. Why would Tasmania need a Mortuary Unit designed for a disaster
of at least 22 people.
Another example was the
photo taken of a black van that somehow arrived before the ambulances and
certainly the police and parked in front of the Broad Arrow Cafe where 20
people lay dead and others were wounded. This van was never mentioned in any
reports and never seen again.
The frustration of rejection is a hard pill to
swallow and the willingness to stand up and be counted is becoming a more
and more thorny path to walk. One day it will be too late. People will
forget and move on but worst of all history will be written with the lies
and deception of the winners as it usually is and those who deny the truth
will be co-conspirators.
In a way I understand the apathy, after all, what is
the point of complaining if the people you're complaining about are the ones
you must complain to. It seems that it is just so much easier to let Bryant
rot in jail and forget about what is right because the real killers will
never be brought to justice and the truth will never be admitted. It's too
However I know that, as na?ve as some people may
appear to be, there are still some with a bent for fair-play who surface now
and then to give me hope. I heard a radio talk-back host recently interview
a correspondent who rubbished Oliver Stone's movie JFK. The guest insisted
that the movie was not about what happened in Dallas that day but instead
was just a conspiracy story made up by Oliver Stone and made into a movie
for entertainment purposes.
Not what really happened? I was flabbergasted and
angry that this usually intelligent person had the nerve to dismiss the
investigations of one of America's bravest men, Jim Garrison, who as
Attorney General of Mississippi put his career on the line to bring the
truth to the American people in the same way many people are doing now for
the victims of the Port Arthur massacre.
However, the host came back with an awesome comment
when he asked his guest if the official story, that came from the
government, could not also be regarded as a conspiracy considering the lies
that can come from even the highest echelons of government using George Bush
as an example. Are not these people also capable of creating conspiracies?
Are they not in a better position to tell lies than most and follow them
through? They have endless departments on their pay-role to cover for them
and their greatest asset is the fact that most people are reluctant to
accuse their leaders of any wrong-doing. It is much easier to accuse a lone
nutter than an organisation of people who are powerful and capable of
orchestrating events to make sure that things go their way.
Anyone who believes that the patsy did it in both of
these murders is not living in the real world. When you can't get your head
around the idea that a terrorist attack happened on our own soil and that
our own countrymen were influenced into giving up the very weapons they
could have defended the innocent with on that day, then you're in denial.
Why wasn't a weapon produced in defence on this day?
Simply because this kind of this just never happened in this country before
unlike the propaganda which made out that this was a common thing and it was
time to do something about it. All lies. Few people carried firearms in this
country in those days unlike the US where so many of these incidents have
been nipped in the bud or defended with gun ownership amongst the public, we
just weren't ready for such a treacherous act. Now we are even more
defenceless. Thirty five people were killed at one of the most beautiful
historic sites in our country and only a few weeks later the Howard
government pushed through Draconian gun laws that had no hope in hell of
getting passed without the emotional turmoil that followed the Port Arthur
Massacre and duped people into thinking that it was necessary. 18 years
later there are more guns than ever, licenced and illegal, and still no more
massacres. The last plot to disarm this country has been exposed but I doubt
that that will stop those who are in power from doing anyting like it
MORE INFORMATION FROM OTHER SOURCES
MASS MURDER OFFICIAL KILLING IN TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA
A new book by Keith Alan Noble about to be released. Read part of the draft
One of the
original investigators into the PA massacre, now deceased. His in-depth
report complete on these pages as written before he died.
WHAT'S GOING ON?
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE PORT ARTHUR MASSACRE
Author Carl Wernerhoff
This writer went to his keyboard a
skeptic and finished up writing one of the most comprehensive accounts of
the Port Arthur massacre. You can read this informative book on
This work is licensed
under a Creative Commons
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GO HERE To Read A Condensed Version Of The Official
Story From The Book "SUDDENLY ONE SUNDAY".
This is the story that will go down in history but
it was written in ignorance by someone who knew nothing of what really
happened. Gives no clue to any motive and ignores the fact that there was
barely an investigation to prove Bryant's guilt. Compare the stories to
satisfy yourself about the truth.
An investigation from a different angle by ex
policeman Andrew McGreggor who has investigated, researched, published a
book and comes up with some very convincing material to reinforce my
suspicions. His CD book contains Acrobat footage and Real Player sounds of
Explains a theory on how Bryant could have been
lured to the Seascape Inn to take the fall for the real shooter. 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. Superb article complied from various sources and condensed
into 2 parts to give the reader a snippet of the information available on