Queensland Shootings – Nathaniel Train’s Daughter, Madelyn Train – Speaks Out
QUEENSLAND SHOOTINGS 22jan23
Nathaniel Train’s daughter,
Madelyn Train – speaks out.
Madelyn has acute traumatic stress disorder. Scum media still used extreme, manipulative language to describe her family when she wasn’t listening, while they courted her for an interview.
Madelyn tells us that the Train family would have acted out of fear of the unknown – that they were not violent people.
Scum media using extreme and manipulative wording, inferences and assumptions to sensationalise a tragedy, pretending that they actually know what occurred on the tragic day when 6 people died at Wieambilla on 12th December 2022.
This is how community perception is shaped – by plastic people, in plastic clothes, with plastic words.
Background and more with links:
By accident or design, rural Western Queensland has become a scene of what is reported by the mainstream media (MSM) to be an execution of police officers going about their daily duties on 12Dec22 Their version of events is that Constables Matthew Arnold (26) & Rachel McCrow (29) were shot dead as they walked up the driveway of a property in Wieambilla, near Tara, approximately 300 kms West of Brisbane. Neighbour Alan Dare (58) was apparently shot in the back as he came to investigate the noise. Two other constables attending the scene managed to escape with their lives. 15 police officers allegedly later stormed the house where the purported perpetrators lived & shot them dead in a hail of bullets. The three people were Nathaniel Train (46), the missing person the police were stated to have been seeking, his brother Gareth Train (47) & Gareth’s wife Stacey Train (45) who co-owned the property
Yet this explanation has more holes than a block of Swiss cheese