Already claiming victim status: “One man draped in a bed sheet with a heavily-bandaged head was seen being led into an ambulance outside the Surry Hills property….He could be heard saying ‘they bashed me.’ When asked by who, he answered ‘police.'”
“Shocked neighbours have told AAP the family living in the property were ‘perfectly nice and normal people. We knew them to say hello to and they seemed nice.”
They probably were nice and normal. They just believed in jihad against the Infidel. Nowhere are non-Muslim governments taking that possibility into account.
“REVEALED: How counter-terrorism police launched series of raids across Sydney after receiving vital new information over ‘Islamic extremist cell’s terrifying plot to BOMB a domestic flight,'” by Sam Duncan and Nelson Groom, Daily Mail Australia, July 29, 2017 (thanks to the Geller Report):
Fresh details have emerged about the terrifying alleged terrorist plot to blow up a plane that triggered a series of dramatic police raids across Sydney.
About 40 heavily-armed police stormed a Surry Hills home at 4pm before raiding properties in Lakemba, Punchbowl and Wiley Park in Sydney’s west.
An Islamist cell is accused of planning to bring down a domestic flight with an ‘explosive device’ discovered at the Cleveland Street home, reports Daily Telegraph.
AFP confirmed in a statement that four men were arrested as part of the investigation after they were alerted to the alleged terror plot.
An ‘explosive device’ was discovered at the Surry Hills property and deactivated by a bomb squad that was called to the scene, according to 7 News.
One man draped in a bed sheet with a heavily-bandaged head was seen being led into an ambulance outside the Surry Hills property.
The bandaged man appeared to be distressed and bleeding from the head as he walked to a waiting ambulance.,Nine News reported.
He could be heard saying ‘they bashed me.’ When asked by who, he answered ‘police.’
When asked why he was being arrested, the man mumbled ‘I don’t know nothing.’
Shocked neighbours have told AAP the family living in the property were ‘perfectly nice and normal people.’
‘We knew them to say hello to and they seemed nice,’ said the woman, aged in her early 30s, who didn’t want to be identified.
The woman, who lives at the back of the property, said an elderly couple lived in the home and had adult children.
A law enforcement official told the Daily Telegraph they found material suspected to be used for an improvised explosive device.
‘There was a threat of a device and an aircraft,’ the official said, but said they were yet to verify the credibility of the material.
Residents living near the Surry Hills home, just metres from the Redfern Mosque, were evacuated while the bomb squad worked to remove the ‘explosive device.’
A police spokesman stated: ‘This activity relates to an ongoing investigation. The safety of the community and police members are the primary consideration during this activity.’
Neighbour Kate Harrison reported hearing shouting coming from a yard close by, begging for someone to call the police.
Relatives of two men arrested in the counter-terror operation have spoken out, saying they ‘love Australia.’…
Oh. That makes everything all right.