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Footage of NSW Police Breach of Public Health Orders Arrest

Distressing footage has emerged out of NSW of an incident involving NSW Police and members of the public at a suburban home.

From the information I’ve been able to source, police were tipped off of that two men near the property were not wearing a mask in an outdoor setting by a member of the public. The men were then followed to a property by police, where one man was arrested outside, whilst the other man went in to what is believed to be his family home. Police have then entered the premises, leading to a altercation with members within the family home.

I’ve included footage of NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller being asked by the media a few days prior to step up door to door compliance checks, which the Commissioner confirmed would be happening. This footage provides an insight into how these police checks can become distressing incidents for the community, particularly as it is occurring within a family home.

Is this type of policing warranted over face masks?

Update Statement from NSW Police with their version of events:
Two men have been charged and $10,000 cash seized following an incident in Sydney’s south west at the weekend.
About 11.10pm on Saturday (31 July 2021), officers from Auburn Police Area Command’s Proactive Crime Team were patrolling Mclean Street, Auburn, when they approached a Nissan R50, which was parked illegally with two men sitting inside and the internal light on.
The driver and passenger – aged 29 and 28 – exited the vehicle before the younger man fled on foot.
One officer detained the older man, while another officer pursued the younger man on foot, running into the backyard of a house on Mary Street.
When the male constable attempted to speak to the man, two male occupants of the home – aged 31 and 60 –approached the officer in an aggressive manner and threatened him.
The officer requested the men step back on multiple occasions, which they failed to do, before the officer deployed OC spray.
During the altercation, the officer backed out of the property and the gate was closed on him by the occupants, before being forced back open by police a short time later. During this time, it’s alleged the 28-year-old man fled the property.
The younger male occupant was arrested, while the older man was spoken to along with a number of other occupants.
Following further inquiries, including a search of the Nissan, police located $10,000 cash, which has been seized for further examination.
The 31-year-old man was charged with intimidate police officer in execution of duty, resist officer in execution of duty and resist or hinder police officer in the execution of duty.
He was granted conditional bail to appear at Burwood Local Court on Thursday 26 August 2021.
The 28-year-old man was arrested the following day (Sunday 1 August 2021) at Auburn Police Station.
He was charged with resist officer in execution of duty, not comply with noticed direction re section 7/8/9 – COVID-19 and fail to comply with any other wear face covering directive.
The man was refused bail and appeared at Burwood Local Court today (Monday 2 August 2021), where he was granted conditional bail to appear at the same court on Monday 13 September 2021.
The 29-year-old man was issued two $1000 Penalty Infringement Notices for breaches of the Public Health Orders.
Investigations into the incident are continuing.

You can skip to 1:30 minutes in the video to see the video in full without my commentary.

Written by Real Rukshan

Comments

  1. Update Statement from NSW Police with their version of events:

    Two men have been charged and $10,000 cash seized following an incident in Sydney’s south west at the weekend.

    About 11.10pm on Saturday (31 July 2021), officers from Auburn Police Area Command’s Proactive Crime Team were patrolling Mclean Street, Auburn, when they approached a Nissan R50, which was parked illegally with two men sitting inside and the internal light on.

    The driver and passenger – aged 29 and 28 – exited the vehicle before the younger man fled on foot.

    One officer detained the older man, while another officer pursued the younger man on foot, running into the backyard of a house on Mary Street.

    When the male constable attempted to speak to the man, two male occupants of the home – aged 31 and 60 –approached the officer in an aggressive manner and threatened him.

    The officer requested the men step back on multiple occasions, which they failed to do, before the officer deployed OC spray.

    During the altercation, the officer backed out of the property and the gate was closed on him by the occupants, before being forced back open by police a short time later. During this time, it’s alleged the 28-year-old man fled the property.

    The younger male occupant was arrested, while the older man was spoken to along with a number of other occupants.

    Following further inquiries, including a search of the Nissan, police located $10,000 cash, which has been seized for further examination.

    The 31-year-old man was charged with intimidate police officer in execution of duty, resist officer in execution of duty and resist or hinder police officer in the execution of duty.

    He was granted conditional bail to appear at Burwood Local Court on Thursday 26 August 2021.

    The 28-year-old man was arrested the following day (Sunday 1 August 2021) at Auburn Police Station.

    He was charged with resist officer in execution of duty, not comply with noticed direction re section 7/8/9 – COVID-19 and fail to comply with any other wear face covering directive.

    The man was refused bail and appeared at Burwood Local Court today (Monday 2 August 2021), where he was granted conditional bail to appear at the same court on Monday 13 September 2021.

    The 29-year-old man was issued two $1000 Penalty Infringement Notices for breaches of the Public Health Orders.

    Investigations into the incident are continuing.

  2. They're telling that police guy to get out side but not allowing him to even move and open the gate 🙄 Do you people know that you can actually leave NSW? Apply for a permit to go into the Northern Territory, do the 14 day hotel quarantine at Howard Springs. Pay off the fee in instalments. Simple. I've done it. I escaped 2 days ago from Haymarket. All perfectly legal.

  3. It is really sad to see the Australia that we love become this socialist dictatorship it has now. The wheels were set in motion decades ago, unfortunately the majority of the people didn’t recognise the scheme at the time. The only way for true democracy to come back to Australia and all of the constitutional rights to be restored is for the people to stand up together united against this establishment and their storm troopers. Any dictatorship will fall if the people stand strong united without faltering regardless of the attacking storm troopers in uniform.
    I know a few cops that have left the force due to this behaviour and being used by the establishment to persecute the public instead of serving and protecting the public from criminals (including the criminals in government office).
    Unfortunately the time is coming when the attacks by the police on the public at the bequest of the government will be resisted with equal force from those of the public that have had enough of the tyranny. Hopefully sense will come to the front and there will be an end to this disgusting behaviour from the authorities and governments before it’s too late.

  4. Bunch of scumbag bullies.
    Now would be a good time for police to be standing down if they wish to remain a part of the community.

  5. About time certain ethnicities realised that Australians have had enough of what these groups do, act and conduct themselves.

    We all know who the dogs are don't we ?

  6. Sick of talking about it, it's obvious what's going on!! We want the pigs to quit their commie tactics, they will all be held accountable!! Try kick my fence in like that lol

  7. Oh, and to everyone who's living under a rock, there's a battle happening behind the scenes between politicians, doctors, nurses, scientists, lawyers and of course the police lol… Don't ever let the man tell you how it is, never conform to the bs covid19 demands, communism has seeped into our always rogue' deep state government.
    If we as a community could govern ourselves I'm sure life would be better off, justice would be served fairly too… now the moto seems to be how can we justify and get away with being the greatest pricks in the history of mankind!!! The history of the holocaust was censored for a reason, do you know why!? I hope it's clear now!
    Hitler and the nazis were created by certain puppetering demon families… false flags come from the top, the very top! They own everything, including what most people think!! They learned how to sell ice to Eskimos remember, they invested big $$$ into understanding how we as humans tick… Idealogical Subversion was their weapon of choice, brain washing' mind control, big pharma, social engineering humanity to a point where most are oblivious and will simply trust and rely on their oppressing government, and at the worst possible time! What is free will?
    Be vigilant, safe and forever free!!!

  8. Im sure that gate was open, im concerned about the racial profiling? This will not go well with the community, almost past crisis acting im concerned about the aftermath of this particular event, or maybe it was intended?? But we are peaceful why would we be reactionaries to their game rules.

  9. Very sad but not surprised to see more Australian ‘policy enforcer’ brutality. They will NEVER come back from this in the public’s eyes. They are servants of Satan.

  10. Two men have been charged and $10,000 cash seized following an incident in Sydney’s south west at the weekend.

    About 11.10pm on Saturday (31 July 2021), officers from Auburn Police Area Command’s Proactive Crime Team were patrolling Mclean Street, Auburn, when they approached a Nissan R50, which was parked illegally with two men sitting inside and the internal light on.

    The driver and passenger – aged 29 and 28 – exited the vehicle before the younger man fled on foot.

    One officer detained the older man, while another officer pursued the younger man on foot, running into the backyard of a house on Mary Street.

    When the male constable attempted to speak to the man, two male occupants of the home – aged 31 and 60 –approached the officer in an aggressive manner and threatened him.

    The officer requested the men step back on multiple occasions, which they failed to do, before the officer deployed OC spray.

    During the altercation, the officer backed out of the property and the gate was closed on him by the occupants, before being forced back open by police a short time later. During this time, it’s alleged the 28-year-old man fled the property.

    The younger male occupant was arrested, while the older man was spoken to along with a number of other occupants.

    Following further inquiries, including a search of the Nissan, police located $10,000 cash, which has been seized for further examination.

    The 31-year-old man was charged with intimidate police officer in execution of duty, resist officer in execution of duty and resist or hinder police officer in the execution of duty.

    He was granted conditional bail to appear at Burwood Local Court on Thursday 26 August 2021.

    The 28-year-old man was arrested the following day (Sunday 1 August 2021) at Auburn Police Station.

    He was charged with resist officer in execution of duty, not comply with noticed direction re section 7/8/9 – COVID-19 and fail to comply with any other wear face covering directive.

    The man was refused bail and appeared at Burwood Local Court today (Monday 2 August 2021), where he was granted conditional bail to appear at the same court on Monday 13 September 2021.

    The 29-year-old man was issued two $1000 Penalty Infringement Notices for breaches of the Public Health Orders.

    Investigations into the incident are continuing.

    Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report crime via NSW Police social media pages.

  11. Civil war in Oz coming soon, started by these nut job goons – imagine what there children and grand children will think of them? Thanks pops for starting the war. .

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