Australian police have been deploying directed energy weapons (DEWs) against the peaceful Freedom Convoy protesters around the capital, according to reports.
Disturbing videos and photos circulating social media show Canberra protesters, including women and children, who appear to have been badly burned by directed microwave energy weapons, with blisters on their faces, arms, and torsos.
These particular DEWs reportedly used concentrated microwave radiation to inflict painful burns on the skin from far distances.
Numerous people on social media also claimed they suffered microwave radiation injuries, even through their clothes.
Two Australian senators even grilled Australia Federal Police Commissioner Reece Kershaw over the use of these DEWs against peaceful protesters earlier this week.https://www.youtube.com/embed/2jRNRBK3jgE
Other videos appear to confirm the Senators’ accusations, showing Canberra police setting up DEWs, which could be directed microwave emitters or Long Range Acoustic Devices (LRAD), as some protesters have reported feeling nausea, vertigo, dizziness, and other symptoms associated with acoustic crowd control weaponry.
One protester captured footage of a DEW retrofitted onto the top of an incognito law enforcement vehicle before it sped away.
Australian police had purchased these LRAD devices as early as 2016.
If the reports of the microwave energy weapons against civilians are true, the Canberra police could have likely violated the Geneva Convention rules, which represents a war crime.
The Royal Commission into Police Misconduct & Criminality I will establish as a matter of urgency will have very broad terms of reference
A key aspect will be the abuse of ‘sound weapons’ that Australian Police forces have acquired
CRIMINALhttps://t.co/pv1wIl1i9P— Craig Kelly MP (@CraigKellyMP) February 17, 2022
According to the Geneva Convention:
It is prohibited to employ weapons or methods of warfare of a nature to cause unnecessary losses or excessive suffering.
Parties to a conflict shall at all times distinguish between the civilian population and combatants in order to spare civilian population and property. Neither the civilian population as such nor civilian persons shall be the object of attack. Attacks shall be directed solely against military objectives.