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Did 'sonic weapons' make demonstrators sick during Canberra's protests?

Summary by Ground News
CoronaCheck is RMIT ABC Fact Check's weekly email newsletter dedicated to fighting the misinformation infodemic surrounding the coronavirus outbreak. This week, we investigate claims of police assailing Canberra's so-called freedom protesters with sonic weapons. We also look at whether COVID-19 jabs can give you HIV/AIDS, and recap the controversy embroiling podcaster Joe Rogan.
Published 1 year ago · Canberra, Australia

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Did 'sonic weapons' make demonstrators sick during Canberra's protests?

Videos circulated this week claimed to show convoy to Canberra protesters complaining of nausea as a result of the presence of a "sonic weapon". RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.

1 year ago·Australia
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Sick, paranoid, poorer and disorganised: the aftermath of the Convoy to Canberra protests

An estimated 10,000 protesters, with a grab-bag of grievances, made up the Convoy to Canberra. It didn't take long, however, for the movement to fall apart.The post Sick, paranoid, poorer and disorganised: the aftermath of the Convoy to Canberra protests appeared first on Crikey.

1 year ago·Australia
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