Monday, December 15, 2014

Abbott in his own words-School boy language suggests again he cannot trusted with our safety, unlikely to learn from the Martin Pl incident ,best stick to surfing

It is important to remember that in this and other common law countries intent ,and hence the mental capacity to form that intent,are STILL prerequisites to being found guilty of a criminal act.It is important to remember that Monis has
a string of criminal convictions, was out on bail, and never escaped conviction on the grounds of insanity or mental incapacity.
And really, an "infatuation with extremism"? Abbott seems to think that the jihadism is no different from his school boy he ,and Mike Baird, stick to the passions of their youth, surfing for instance....

Sydney cafe gunman infatuated with extremism, mentally unstable: PM

Sydney cafe gunman infatuated with extremism, mentally unstable: PM
Sydney cafe gunman infatuated with extremism, mentally unstable: PM

Sydney (AFP) - An Iranian-born gunman who took hostages in a Sydney cafe was infatuated with extremism and mentally unstable, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Tuesday, calling the siege a "brush with terrorism".
"He had a long history of violent crime, infatuation with extremism and mental instability," Abbott said. "As the siege unfolded ... he sought to cloak his actions with the symbolism of the ISIL death cult."
The 50-year-old, widely named in the media as Man Haron Monis, took 17 people hostage at the Lindt cafe in central Sydney on Monday.
He was killed when police in SWAT-style gear stormed the eatery early Tuesday. Two hostages also died.
Abbott said he was well known to Australian authorities.
"We know that he sent offensive letters to the families of Australian soldiers killed in Afghanistan and was found guilty of offences related to this," he said.
"We also know that he posted graphic extremist material online. Tragically, there are people in our community ready to engage in politically motivated violence."
Abbott praised police for the way they acted, saying Australians "should be reassured by the way our law enforcement and security agencies responded to this brush with terrorism".
"Plainly, there are lessons to be learned and we will thoroughly examine this incident to decide what lessons can be learned," he said, adding that "it will take time to clarify exactly what happened in Martin Place and why".

Abbott and Baird doing what they do  best.

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