ONE DEAD AFTER MAN OF AFRICAN APPEARANCE GOES ON A KNIFE RAMPAGE IN MELBOURNE

One person has been stabbed to death while two other victims remain in hospital after a knife-wielding man went on a rampage on a busy Melbourne street.

Officers were forced to open fire on the attacker, who now remains in a critical condition under police guard in hospital, on Friday afternoon.

Footage from the Bourke Street scene shows a man making stabbing gestures at two uniformed officers near a burning car before he was shot.

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3 thoughts on “ONE DEAD AFTER MAN OF AFRICAN APPEARANCE GOES ON A KNIFE RAMPAGE IN MELBOURNE

  1. Great Stuff !!
    No really …. Great Stuff.
    I like Andrew Bolt – only that he does not know how to let a story be told without his pushing it in all directions with his emotional ramming rod, which prevents the facts from coming to the fore.

    MONEY IS THE ROOT OF ALL BULLSHIT ….. boom, boom.

    Who ordered the police not to participate in keeping the peace in Collingwood ??
    The order to stand down was given by someone.
    Who was that someone ??
    Who is the boss of the Victorian Police Force ??

    I could care less which race of people did this.
    I care only that we somehow do not have an active Police Force in Victoria.
    What bastards are doing this & why ??

    Obviously Premier Daniel Andrews should be jumping up & down & shouting for all his lungs are worth.
    * CULPRIT NUMBER 1

    That the problem is about a lack of facilities.
    Due to a lack of MONEY – says Matthew Guy.
    I don’t think so.
    * CULPRIT NUMBER 2.

    We have police who should be at sites where there is a potential for instability.
    And they are not.
    They are being held back.
    Prevented from doing their job – by WHOM ??
    The state of Victoria has no active Police Force.

    Arrested persons have not been processes ??
    Why Not ??
    DO WE NOT HAVE A COURT SYSTEM that costs the Victorian Public Purse a SMALL FORTUNE.
    Obviously we the Australian taxpayer are paying for a delicately sensitive instrument, with no work ethic – that is Victoria’s Court System.
    Refined, mollycoddled & grossly overpaid.

    As far as holding these deviants –
    I’m quite happy if the Victorian government runs cyclone fencing around a few hundred pitched tents for the duration.

  2. “& we’re going to give some money to neighbourhood watch” says Matthew Guy.

    “Hey you”
    “I saw you”
    “I saw you”
    “Yes I did”
    “Yes I did”
    “I saw what you did”
    “You are not going to get away with this”
    “I called the POLICE”
    “They are coming’
    “They will be here in about 20 minutes”
    “If they are allowed to”

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