Fundraiser set up for Allan Dare at Tara

A fundraiser has been organised by Western Edge Fire Service at Tara to support Allan Dare’s family after Allan was shot in the back at the Wiembilla siege.

If you would like to support the Dare family please donate to the following account.

**Western Edge Fire Service Fundraiser
for Allan Dare**

BSB: 034-073

ACCOUNT: 236706

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Posted on December 21, 2022, in General, Tara Shootout and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. ***Hi Editor*** After having attempted to donate to the previous posted account details (via Westpac) with no success – I emailed Western Edge Fire Service regarding my concern.
    Have just received their reply…

    “Thanks for your email.

    Have just changed bank accounts, have setup a dedicated donations account
    now with the following details.”

    Kerry Dare Donation Acc:

    BSB 062 692, account number 7419 2603


    Brett Hovey

    Western Edge Fire Service
    259 Engine Road Baking Board Q 4413
    Po Box 771 Chinchilla Q 4413
    Phone (+61 7) 4599 7667
    Mobile (+61) 0480 354 405

    Email : fundraiser@westernedge


  2. What is interesting is the police have not confirmed who shot him we wonder why then?


  3. Hi Blisskitt, the way to look at it is – donating not only helps Kerry Dare and the family during their time of immense need – it is also a direct way of honouring Alan and sending a very clear message that we are 200% behind them in our support. It is another effective way to speak out. And putting our money where our mouth is, literally!
    The donation details are completely authentic and all funds are going to Kerry Dare. The Editor here on CN would not have re-posted my information otherwise.


  4. DJ
    Whilst I don’t want to donate as I said too easy a way for many to do their bit move on. Experienced here also. I agree wholeheartedly with your sentiments. There are soo many who just donate because they feel sad, but then bury head in sand. I’d rather awaken people. Besides that like every charity where people donate money it never goes to those in need. I suggest anyone who knows this lady and/or lives nearby does truthful welfare checks or rallies around her. She is probably scared out of her wits. I sincerely hope she has family friends with her.


  5. Hi Blisskitt, Thank you for posting this illustration of blatant hypocrisy, deception and subsequent attempted cover up.
    Re: “Are they already paid off or completely duped?” Undoubtedly either and/or both.

    Re: “exceptional bravery in hazardous circumstances” ????”
    They signed up for it and ALL of the known occupational dangers. As do ALL emergency responders eg… firefighters – (who are basically treated like SH*T btw).
    Alan Dare DIDN’T sign up for anything! He was simply doing his civic duty as a concerned, caring (UNPAID) citizen. So WHO really? is the BRAVE person in this entire fkn disgusting BS.??!

    Re: “Note: 3 sentences to the neighbour Alan Dare who was simply being a good neighbour.” Yeah, and WHERE ARE his goddam medals??!!

    Sorry Blisskitt – but this has so thoroughly sickened, disgusted and enraged me almost to the point of self combustion. But since there now seems to be some kind of MSM blackout on this – end of ‘news cycle’ and the PTB wanting to placate the vast majority of Australians and get them to move on and forget!?! – it is IMPERATIVE that we keep speaking out for the unacknowledged and forgotten victims.
    As I’ve said before: “WE must be their voices now.”


  6. Hey DJ.

    Have a look at this article.

    “Speaking on behalf of the Arnold family, Senior Sergeant Laura Harriss read out letters written between Arnold and his parents when he was in Year 12.

    Arnold’s parents told him: “You have been blessed with height and people will have to look up to you during your lifetime. The important thing is to be the kind of man that makes them want to.”

    “Nearly 10 years later, we can now say with certainty that Matthew took this advice to heart,” Harriss added, on behalf of the family.

    In response to his parents’ letter, Arnold wrote: “Thank you for everything. I may be gone someday, soon perhaps, but just know that I will never leave you.”

    “I will cherish every moment we’ve had together in my heart forever.””

    and this:

    “Queensland police chaplain Jeff Baills said the shooting that led to Arnold and McCrow’s death was an act of “absolute evil”.

    “What happened on December 12 was un-Australian and does not belong in this country,” he said.

    “It was abhorrent. It was not of God. It was absolute evil. This barbaric act has shocked our community, and it’s irreparably damaged the Arnold family and the McCrow family.

    “While we grieve today, we will not be broken.

    “Rachel and Matthew were just doing their job that day, and the McCrow and the Arnold families paid the ultimate sacrifice.

    “And while Rachel’s and Matthew’s lives were taken in the most cowardly way, the events of December 12 will call us together with the resolve of police and community to uphold the greater good of justice, of freedom and of family.”

    and lastly this:

    “McCrow and Arnold were awarded the National Police Service Medal, National Medal, Queensland Police Service Medal, and Queensland Police Valour Medal – an honour for officers who “perform an act of exceptional bravery in hazardous circumstances” – by Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll.

    “The Queensland community has been well and truly served by Constable Matthew Arnold and Constable Rachel McCrow,” the commissioner said.

    “And the Queensland Police Service is a better organisation for having had Matthew and Rachel as our valued members.”

    Alan Dare, who was killed while trying to assist neighbours he thought were in need, will be farewelled later this week.

    The 58-year-old has been remembered as a man who would help “anyone and everyone” and “never asked for anything in return”.

    A private funeral will be held for him in Ipswich on Friday, followed by a motorcade of classic Ford cars in his honour.”

    Are they already paid off or completely duped?

    “exceptional bravery in hazardous circumstances” ????

    Note: 3 sentences to the neighbour Alan Dare who was simply being a good neighbour.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. THANK YOU! Cairns News for re-posting this information I had provided in my reply to Blisskitt. Thanks also to all other compassionate and caring people like Citizen Australia. Yes, I too would “put in more to an independent inquiry.” Except we already know just what the outcome from that would be eh?! The “Woods Commission/Inquiry” for one example.
    You can guarantee that the loved ones of the sacrificed officers, will be more than adequately compensated for their loss and grief by the PTB. And not from their own wallets – but us, the taxpayers!


  8. Citizen Australia

    I just threw in $200, but I’d put in more to an independent inquiry on the whole thing. I’d say police bullet in his back.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Shot in the back ???


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