Two men were charged with threatening Prime Minister Mark McGowan over the phone

Two men were charged with threatening Prime Minister Mark McGowan over the phone

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  • Angry protestors have swarmed Premier Mark McGowan’s car as he left a town hall meeting in Eaton today. Anti-vaxx protesters SWARM McGowan’s car near Bunbury. freedom rally perth – A boisterous crowd of more than 5000 anti-mandate and anti-vaccine protestors have packed Forrest Place in Perth. Jackson Flindell. The Premier’s personal phone number leaked last month and is believed to have been shared in anti-vaxxer group chats. Mr McGowan last week revealed he had indefinitely closed his electorate office in Rockingham, south of Perth, amid security concerns.

  • Two individuals are facing charges after allegedly leaving threatening messages on West Australian Premier Mark McGowan’s phone. It comes as the Premier and his team deal with the mounting backlash following the implementation of far-reaching COVID-19 immunisation requirements. The guys, aged 18 and 20, allegedly called the Premier late Saturday and left a series of threatening messages, according to police. They’ve been charged with spreading false information about threats or dangers, and they’ve been released on bond with tight conditions. Next month, both men will appear at Armadale Magistrates Court.

“There’s been death threats, there’s been threats to rape my staff, there’s been people threatening to bomb my office,” he said. “Someone turned up with an armoured car with a machine gun on the top. This is unbelievable conduct and so unfortunately that’s what I’ve had to do. “To target people’s staff and their families is unfair. Unfortunately that’s the way these people are conducting themselves, so I just ask them to stop and act like reasonable human beings.”

Police on Sunday were forced to hold back a crowd of anti-vaxxers who swarmed the Premier’s car as he attempted to leave a town hall event in the south-west town of Bunbury. The Premier’s Rockingham home has also been targeted by protesters. Several other cases remain before the courts, including that of a man charged over online threats to kill Mr McGowan and other political leaders. Mr McGowan has insisted he won’t be deterred from getting as many people vaccinated as possible.

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