Gun Control Australia’s untruths

Response from Shooters Union President, Graham Park…

“Roland, Roland, Roland. Oh, Roland.

Another day, another disaster for Gun Control Australia. Back in 2013 you were invited to provide advice to the Tasmanian Police Minister.

You declined.

2013 – Gun Control Australia spokesman Roland Browne says “he had considered joining the committee until he found out about confidentiality agreements. “I wasn’t prepared to tie myself in to confidentiality clauses as an advocate for gun control, it would be a conflict of interest,” he said http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/concerns-over-shooter-domination-of-firearm-advisory-committee/news-story/55ef7ab8dbac0184fb1b4be9533b47a5

Now you dare feign ignorance to the existence of the consultation group.

2018 – Roland Browne says about the same committee “he had not been aware the state had a firearms consultation group before the letter surfaced. He said the group was not mentioned in the state’s gun laws.” https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/mar/02/tasmanian-liberal-government-promises-to-soften-gun-laws

Reminds us of two popular sayings: ‘You either have to be part of the solution, or you’re going to be part of the problem.”


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