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Police Launch Investigation After One Nation Poster Vehicle Goes Up in Flames

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Police Launch Investigation After One Nation Poster Vehicle Goes Up in Flames

Police Launch Investigation After One Nation Poster Vehicle Goes Up in Flames

Police in Tasmania were reportedly investigating after a billboard vehicle bearing a poster for Pauline Hanson’s One Nation Australia went up in flames on May 19.

Hanson said one of the party’s candidate’s had parked the vehicle outside a shop while getting groceries and claimed that someone had been seen “torching it before fleeing.” Credit: Jack Whitton via Storyful

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