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“Think of it as a lottery,” explained NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller.

“Whereby the prize you win is a severe headache or massive pain in the centre mass. Because tomorrow, NSW Police will tag anybody who comes into the city to protest. We will select one person at random and they will be shot. A hot Glock that was stolen from an armed guard back in 2017 will be placed on the person and that will be that,”

“So don’t come to the city. If you’re not the one getting shot, there is almost a guarantee that you will be arrested. Moreover, you will be bashed senseless with a telescopic baton. You might get run over by a galloping police horse. If you come to the city, bad things will happen to you.”

As the state’s top cop finished his message, Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Brad Hazzard looked at each other in horror.

It was the second time in the past 24 hours that the police had gone off on their own.

Speaking after Commissioner Fuller, Dr Kerry Chant explained that the police would not be killing anyone and that the idea goes again all of the public health advice given to date.

But as she spoke, Fuller shook his head and began nodding.

More to come.


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