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news.com.au 23 Nov, 2021 03:30 am

Two men charged after allegedly threatening WA Premier Mark McGowan

Two men charged after allegedly threatening WA Premier Mark McGowan
Two young men have been charged after allegedly making threats against West Australian Premier Mark McGowan.

Two young men have been charged after allegedly making multiple threats against one state Premier.Two young men have been charged after allegedly making threats against West Australian Premier Mark McGowan.Police have not revealed the details of the alleged phone messages.Mr McGowan last week revealed his electorate office had to be shut down after a series of incidents, including threats to kill, rape and bomb.

Detectives from the state security investigation group have charged a 20-year-old Canning Vale man and an 18-year-old Harrisdale man with one count each of acts creating false apprehension as to the existence of threats or danger.50pm on November 20 the pair phoned the Premier and “left a number of threatening messages”.

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