In 1838, Waterloo Creek became notoriously remembered as one of the most brutal and relentless slaughters of innocent First Australians.
During an Inquiry into the event above, a question was posed “When was the order given to stop firing, Sergeant?” the question went repeatedly unanswered, finally the Sergeant answered. “If the order was given at all, it was not heard, and the firing stopped when all ammunition was exhausted.”
(Reported dead: up to 300)
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