NSW Police to Redraft Public Health Orders to Make Them “Work for the Police Rather Than the Public”

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The NSW Government has given police 48 hours to redraft the public health orders granting them “unprecedented powers” to enforce restrictions on the public.

According to 9News, the amendments, which will make it easier for authorities to “crackdown on rule-breakers,” will now “work for the police rather than work for the public.”

Commissioner Fuller and Police Minister David Elliot told a crisis cabinet meeting on Wednesday afternoon that the current orders are proving difficult to enforce, and greater powers are needed for the police to control the people.

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  1. One guy in his 80s past the normal lifepan croaks ( as he would have with any yearly flu and Gladys Bejerkin calls for martial law and the pigcops take it upon themselves to WRITE LAW as they do in any Banana Republic Dictatorship. Gees…..no wonder the American Colonials formed their own government in 1776. They saw this coming!

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