The ACT police have admitted LRAD sonic weapons were “present” during this week’s peaceful protests in Canberra.

The explanation given, is that the LRAD was there purely as a “communication device”.

Sounds plausible enough, but fails to explain all the mysterious injuries and symptoms hundreds of protestors are saying they experienced.

People who were there, have described symptoms ranging from feelings of disassociation and vertigo to extreme burns and blistering – even blistering inside their mouths and throats.

Medical teams treating them, were apparently at a loss to explain the phenomenon, although the ‘official explanation’ given out later was ‘bad sunburn’.

‘Sunburn’, doesn’t begin to cover the symptoms people were reporting, however, and many people I have spoken with, who were there, are firmly convinced that some kind of chemical toxin or gas was responsible.

I have no way of knowing whether that’s true or not, but one photo sent to me by someone at the protests, certainly deserves some kind of explanation from authorities.

As you can see, it shows a heavily camouflaged police officer and Police dog, guarding  two large pod-like structures close to where the crowds were gathered.

An ex-military mate I showed the photo to, said straightaway that the pods were ICB Chemical Containment Units, used for transporting and storing chemicals.

I have looked up ICB images online and they are clearly identical to the ones in the photo taken in Canberra.

That doesn’t mean that the pods in Canberra DO contain chemicals, of course.  There is simply no way to tell that from a photo.

You would think that if they DID have chemicals in them, that they would have been clearly labelled with a HAZMAT warning– which these two weren’t.

When they asked what the pods were, protestors were told they were chemicals to “put in the fountains”.

I was told this was unlikely given they were some distance from the fountains, were never put in the fountains and the amount of chemicals the pods contained would have far exceeded the amount needed to clean a fountain.

It may be there is a perfectly reasonable explanation, if so, then the government should have no problem telling the Australian public why there were two ICBs Chemical Containment Units, sitting adjacent to thousands of civilians, including young children.

If anyone else out there has any ideas on the mystery, please let me know in the comments.

Why were they there?

What was in them?

And why were they under heavy guard?

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