Man Monis Haron – Digital Epitaph


The last post Man Monis Haron made was on December 14th 2014 on one of his websites –


The website was taken down, (removed, expunged ) from the internet…but the waybackmachine has a number of captures of Man Monis Haron’s digital footprint.

His letter to Tony Abbott is difficult to read and make any sense from, as are most of the posts through the 20 captures in the web archive. video below…

From 2007 up to his last days there is a steady stream of posts and letters to people all through his Local Community and Federal Government. 


In early 2015 the Telecommunication (Interception and Access) Amendment(Data Retention) , laws are set to be passed through Parliament. As David Irvine said at the September Press Club meeting, after raising the terror threat level to high which was  echoed by Scott Morrison the next day, the lone wolf attacks are the most difficult to anticipate.

Monis’ letter to Muslim Community attempting to gain some relevance. 


However in 2015 the Police, State, Federal and Commonwealth Security Agencies will be able to act with an even lower threshold of suspicion, not just a reasonable belief, within the new legislation Foreign Fighters Amendment Bill 2014. Or is it the other way around? The level of evidentiary intent has been diluted to a “shoot from the hip” legislation. Of course months after a person is raided or arrested under the new terror act amendments, or searched with out a warrant it will take months, years to recover from a full force intrusion of Federal Security Agencies into your life. And it will be all done legally with as much force as required to put citizens back in their boxes.

After the way this tragic situation arose, near undetected regardless of the extensive prior criminal background, State and Local Government and even the Muslim Community did n’t have a crystal ball. It is the way the questions regarding the access to a firearm whilst on bail for serious crimes are answered which will steer the outcome (see Operation Hammerhead media release) of this tragedy and will effect all Australians.

This event will guide the way legislation is passed through Parliament and could trigger an emotive knee jerk Senate waterfall of laws that should never see the light of day. This is now where Australia finds itself, in the post G20 haze, balancing between the 1033 Military Surplus ‘Strike first’ Police, or an inclusive community policing and public interest protection. 

However this will be remembered it is another lost innocence moment, another time Australians realised that the rest of the world’s troubles are here with us now. 

Further to this has been the following news links  in regard to “Iran says it requested 14 years ago the extradition of Man Haron Monis – the gunman behind the Sydney siege – but Australia refused to hand him over.”


As part of the inquiry into the Lindt Cafe siege in July 2016 


  Lindt Cafe Seige 2017 Coronial Inquest