Australian police charge 24 people for setting bushfires

Australian police charge 24 people for setting bushfires 1


Police have charged at least 24 people for intentionally starting bushfires in the state of New South Wales, according to a statement the New South Wales Police. At least 24 people have died nationwide during this fire season.
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81 Comments on "Australian police charge 24 people for setting bushfires"

  1. SadDiplodocus | January 8, 2020 at 5:36 AM | Reply

    What kind of monsters would do this?

  2. “Some people just want to watch the world burn”

    • Marcellus Aaron | January 8, 2020 at 9:25 AM | Reply

      H Ma Seems racist, don’t you think?

    • @Space Hitler a small price for the greater good.

    • Science deniers are the worst. Alas, most “men” still suckle and nurse a broken-hearted mommy cow from the holocaust whilst they indignantly scream at pet abusers. Most “men” will mock ‘soi-bois’ whilst they are literally nursing! The cognitive dissonance is systemic.

    • @H Ma asiasns kill their own in record numbers.

    • They’re radicalized climate change loons that are a result of the current fear-mongering of climate change. Yes it’s real, No it’s not as bad as you’re told by extremists. Climate change has been a thing since the beginning of time.

  3. These hooligans need to be sent to some sort of penal colony.

  4. This is just so heartbreaking. All the deaths of those poor animals and people. Those people are straight evil who did this, plain and simple.

    • @Kristján Rúnarsson well the oil industry isn’t helping but unless roughly 6 billion people go away it’s not going to stop because you know, people need heat and air conditioning. new technologies like clean nuclear energy? how do you feel about that one? I don’t know how you can say they are the least of the world’s problem let alone quantify it seeing how they’re directly responsible for a lot of damage .you know the same thing happened in Canada just last year. a bunch of arsonists starting forest fires and the news saying its climate change. Ya not exactly. It’s a little more complicated

    • First name Last name | January 8, 2020 at 4:41 PM | Reply

      @Kristján Rúnarsson

      LOL and yet, Australia doesn’t even rank in the top 5 polluted countries. So I guess it’s their fault other countries neglect their environmental regulations? You don’t add anything intelligent enough to pick apart arguments because you’re too busy making excuses for your stupid narrative.

    • Kristján Rúnarsson | January 8, 2020 at 5:39 PM | Reply

      ​@First name Last name Firstly, name calling won’t get you anywhere, I’m immune. Secondly, Australians could decide to end coal mining because of the way CO2 emissions are messing up their continent. Instead a majority of the Australian electorate chose to shoot themselves in the foot by putting politicians in charge of their country that don’t want to do that. Australia’s coal exports count towards its CO2 emissions that’s just basic economics. You can try to argue with those numbers but be advised that smarter people than you have tried to argue with the laws of mathematics and lost. Being in denial about carbon emissions a bit like banging your head against a rock to cure a headache.

    • Libtards: Climate Change is what caused these fires.
      The rest of the world: We didn’t know there were that many Muslims in Australia named “Climate Change”

    • ​@Kristján Rúnarsson Every year there are brush fires in Australia June to May. In February it was wet and there were floods. An Aussie would know better than Jennifer Aniston. These blazes were started by arsonists.

  5. Aparna Rajesh | January 8, 2020 at 5:48 AM | Reply

    Justice for Koalas and people too!!!

    • It is possible that these are scapegoats for the Australian regime. The authorities have always done so, covering their incompetence, and let the anger of the people come out on the innocent. This is as old as the world, but people are not trained in the art of management, so these techniques are not subject to them and therefore they can not recognize them

    • I can already see the bloodlust in some of the comments

    • So how exactly did they prove these people started the fire. Oh thats right listen to cnn and dont ask questions.
      Always a good idea.

    • If animal protection laws weren’t weak this wouldn’t happen

  6. karon mcgregor | January 8, 2020 at 5:50 AM | Reply

    I am assuming they will be named, shamed, charged and given whole life prison sentences as clearly they are a danger to society as a whole, and arsonists cannot be “cured” either.

  7. Lock them up and throw away the key from Victoria 😡

  8. Found guilty , get life!!

    • Apparently the threat of imprisonment isn’t working… we can’t have people like this in the world

    • nah, death penalty, i see this as a terrorist attack

    • Marcellus Aaron | January 8, 2020 at 9:24 AM | Reply

      yvngdracco can’t do that unless if it was religiously or politically motivated

    • So what if you shot off some new years fireworks that lead to a brush fire. Do all the damages from other fires get added to your penalty. How does that work?
      Cnn can get you folks out for blood in less than 2 minutes. Creepy.
      So if trump wins again and you destroy property while rioting. Will you accept your punishment?

  9. Jonathan Pasch | January 8, 2020 at 5:54 AM | Reply

    The fires in the Amazon were even more suspicious.

  10. Extensive jail time… Like never see the light of day jail time. These people don’t deserve freedom

    • @Thedfectiveone :3 Your YouTube name just says it all! Do something about that vulgar mouth of yours shill, and while you’re at it get medicated for that SEVERE truth allergy you have.

    • @Rudy Penza Yes you are…

    • Thedfectiveone :3 | January 8, 2020 at 3:00 PM | Reply

      Shawn Corbin My YouTube name? Damn who knew you could read.Vulgar? How dumb and triggered are you? Even Tucker Carlson called trumps move stupid but yet you only want to listen to what you like not the truth,sad

    • @tingle blade ×what about 100 years ago when it was the outback the people were smart they used controlled burns selective cutting to grinding undergrowth.. I ask this with respect the people gave up control to the government, & now the banning of forest management has caused this the government , with taxes rules.permits …. the older generation could fix thos

    • Life in prison

  11. Angry Bushnell | January 8, 2020 at 6:19 AM | Reply

    Deliberate conflagration. Depraved indifference. Murder.

  12. This is like the most severe arson in history. It’s gotta be

  13. I say they drop those 24 off in the center of the fire with broken legs

  14. TACK HIDE-BOWY TAKAHASHI | January 8, 2020 at 7:09 AM | Reply

    Although I’ve been thinking this has caused by some natural phenomenon, I can’t imagine the reason why they did that..

    • Never underestimate the stupidity of the human species. And never underestimate the willingness of the climate change businesses/cults to drive up their donations by all means possible.

  15. Nicky Krystals | January 8, 2020 at 7:19 AM | Reply

    They should get the death penalty!!!


  17. Steve Irwin is crying in heaven ):

    • I dont think Irwin is out of ”purgatory” yet. He partook in too many slaving and slaughterous holocaust meals to be gifted a ‘get-out-of-jail card by any ‘GOD’..

    • What … Now he gets to harass all those animals in heaven.

  18. You have to be a special type of evil to do something like this.

  19. Desperado5501 | January 8, 2020 at 2:11 PM | Reply


  20. Clearly, global warming is to blame for these people setting the fires.

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