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The ABC has issued a warning regarding the Gomeroi protests in Sydney. The issue has prompted a number of media to report reports of police firing rubber bullets.
“This week, as protesters began gathering near whitehaven to confront a whitehaven court order that would force them to leave the country, police fired rubber bullets to disperse them.
“As this occurred, people were attempting to reach a police station, where an assistant commissioner appeared and began to explain the protest’s aim to the protesters.
“He asked people to leave the site, which they did. A few were hurt and taken to hospital.
“The protesters later broke into the office of the whitehaven court to hand out a black and white photograph of their leader.
“The minister of state, who was inside, said this had nothing to do with her, and he walked out.
“This is an ongoing ongoing investigation that will likely reach several stages with witnesses coming forward and the police making their views known.
“It is our view that the only way the protests will be permitted in the future is if protesters demonstrate for an immediate, clear, and lawful end to this, not an indefinite one.”
The Sydney siege has resumed, after hours of no reported activity between police, the protesters, and an바카라사이트ti-police protesters.
This morning, police told the ABC they had conducted “a substantial” amount of traffic at Whitehaven, which is in the north west suburbs.
The Gomeroi protest in Sydney, which started at about 11am, has been put to a partial stop following a police operation in the area.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Police will hold a “noontime trainin바카라사이트g” on the siege situation this morning, including how to “couple fire power with restraint”.
Sydney’s City Council says the Sydney siege is “very similar” to the attack on Parliament that took place over the weekend.
Mayor Graham Quirk says the siege is “worse than the other.”
“This is very similar to the attack last night that we witnessed in Parliament Square on Friday, which was in one city, and it’s much worse,” the council chief executive told reporters.
“We’re not prepared to discuss the situation at this stage in an election year.”
The siege has resumed