Tue, 25 Dec 2012 6:11p.m.
A 3 News investigation has revealed tens of thousands of dollars worth of military equipment has gone missing.
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7/01/2013 5:50:10 p.m.
TV3 needs to learn to butt out of things it has no business in. This is a military matter and when the military tells you to back off, you back off.
31/12/2012 10:24:33 a.m.
Actually Nimrob (love the name it applies to you so aptly), any weapon is a weapon of mass destruction.
Put a idiot like Mike on a roof top with a pistol and he can kill dozens of people.
All weapons are weapons of mass destruction.
All weapons are stupid and idiotic.
None should ever go missing.
The idiots are the ones justifying this by.. its only one or two weapons out of hundreds.
Did you not see the story about the american slayings? one gun weather is automatic or not is capable of killing multiple people.
Grow up nimrod.
30/12/2012 3:02:06 p.m.
OLD NEWS,why has this just come out now,this was happening over 15yrs ago aswell.
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