Australian Police Under Investigation for Using Sonic Weaponry Against Protestors

ER Editor: Effective Australian MP Craig Kelly has weighed in on this topic in Parliament and on Twitter, as well as two Australian senators. Below is a selection of informative tweets on the activities of the Australian govt allegedly using sonic weaponry against their citizens on Feb 12.

These mounted sonic devices shown in the tweets below have 2 operating functions as explained, one of which is to create physically debilitating effects in those within the vicinity. So we have the police claiming, ‘don’t worry, they were there just to make announcements to the crowd’. Meanwhile, you have people present who are complaining of predictable physical symptoms – while the police themselves wear ear protection.


Australian Police Under Investigation for Using Sonic Weaponry Against Protestors

On Saturday, 12 February 2022, Australians protested in Canberra outside Parliament House in the “Convoy to Canberra against vaccine mandates and Covid restrictions. According to reports, Australian Capital Territory Policing admitted to the use of a Long Range Acoustic Device (“LRAD”) during the protest, however, only after Senator Malcolm Roberts and Senator Alex Antic brought up the issue in Senate estimates on 14 February.

The LRAD device has two modes. One setting turns it into a crowd control tool – also referred to as a “sound canon”, “acoustic hailing device”, or a “sonic weapon” – and the other mode makes the LRAD a loudspeaker or amplification device to relay messages to the crowd.

In a meeting of the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee held last week at Parliament House, Senator for Queensland Malcolm Roberts asked Federal Police Commissioner Reece Kershaw if LRADs were used against protesters. Kershaw looked extremely uncomfortable and said he would get back to him.

“There have been many attempts to paint anti-mandate protesters as extremists. It’s not true and even the Federal Police have said so. At the protest some people were concerned about the appearance of possible Long Range Acoustic Devices (LRAD) and whether they were used or not. We didn’t get an answer back straight away but the police will have to give me an answer on notice,” Senator for Queensland Malcom Roberts wrote.

Did the police use Long Range Acoustic Devices at the Convoy to Canberra? 15 February 2022 (2 mins)

A spokesperson for the police subsequently released a statement to The Epoch Times:

ACT Policing has deployed several types of loudspeakers and amplification devices to quickly and effectively convey voice messages to large, and often loud, crowds of people during the recent protest activity in Canberra.

Although the police claim to have not weaponised the device in Canberra, the mere presence of these devices caused reasonable concern due to their history as primarily being used as a sonic weapon.

The device has a controversial history when it has been used during protests, often coined as a “sonic weapon” meant to cause extreme discomfort by way of amplifying sound. However, protestors in Canberra have reported bizarre symptoms afterwards such as skin and scalp burns, and blisters on their lips.

ER: The video below reveals from one witness, feeling ill, that the technology may have also been used in areas where protestors were camping out. (It’s toward the end of summer time in Australia.)

Long Range Acoustic Device Used Against Peaceful Protesters in Australia – Strange Health Issues, 17 February 2022 (11 mins)

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2 Comments on Australian Police Under Investigation for Using Sonic Weaponry Against Protestors

  1. Most (99%) of our politicians don’t care one bit about us citizens. We are less than vermin and slugs to them. They’re owned by WEF and the cabal.

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