A MYSTERIOUS new twist has emerged in one of Australia’s deadliest incidents, in which two police officers were executed, as a chilling video and letter emerged.
The vision includes Gareth and Stacey Train revealing their extremist views during Monday’s mass shooting in western Queensland.
During the incident, the killers were dressed in military gear as they ambushed two police officers and a local man and shot them all in an execution-style murder.
Finally, the police were able to contain the terrible situation and killed the three perpetrators.
However, a video has surfaced that is believed to have been posted during the siege.
The footage is dark and shadowy, which makes it even more terrifying.
In the video uploaded to YouTube, the violent extremists said, “Devils and demons came to our property.”
Gareth said, “They came to kill us and we killed them.”
Stacey is in the vision alongside her husband Gareth and said, “See you when we get home.”
The YouTube channel it was posted on featured many posts related to COVID conspiracies, anti-vaccination and sovereign citizens.
Police were alerted to the vision and as a result, investigators were able to pull the metadata from the horrific clip.
The video archive showed it was posted on December 12, the night of the fatal shooting.
It is unclear when it was recorded.
A day before the fatal shooting, another video was posted on a far-right channel addressing Nathaniel’s missing person case, as well as several anti-police videos.
The couple in question worked in regional state schools but were not vaccinated – a decision that ended their careers.
Stacey Train quit her job on December 16 last year.
According to ABC, sources close to the family said the COVID mandates and restrictions made the unemployed mother of two more vulnerable to her husband Gareth Train’s conspiracy theories.
The brother, Nathaniel Train, had already given up his role as principal in August 2021 and disappeared from the radar after saying he went into cardiac arrest.
In the wake of the brutal killings, attention has turned to the influence of online extremism.
Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll said authorities would be looking closely at Gareth Train’s online activities on conspiracy theories and sovereign citizen websites as part of the investigation.
On Thursday, Home Secretary Clare O’Neil said the internet had “supercharged” conspiracy theories and disinformation.
She said: “Before we get into the discussion of what happened, it’s really important that we let law enforcement and national security agencies do their job.
“Once the picture starts to clear, it’s likely that radicalization will be part of it.
“There will be profound and very important political questions for us here as a Parliament to think about how our country prevents and deals with acts of violence.
“But today is not the day for these discussions, today is a day for mourning.”
The Queensland Police Service issued a statement saying: “The footage was distressing to the families of those involved and the police.”
“We respectfully urge media companies, including social media platforms and traditional media companies, to remove this content from their platforms and to cease broadcasting if they have not already done so.
“We also urge the public not to repost or share this content.”
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6932310/chilling-video-letter-emerge-gunmen-execute-two-cops/ New twist as shocking video and letter emerge after gunmen in military gear ambushed and executed two police officers