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"What we say through these laws is that you can't have fortified premises. That is totally unacceptable," he said.
"There are laws in place to allow police to pull down those fortifications, so that police can do their job properly."
In economics, hoarding is the practice of obtaining and holding scarce resources, possibly so that they can be sold to customers for profit.
Under capitalist theory, if this is done so that the resource can be transferred to the customer or improved upon, then it is a standard business practice (e.g. buying up a bunch of wood to turn into a house); however, if the sole intent is to hold an otherwise unavailable resource it is considered hoarding.
From today, Victoria Police will be able to obtain court orders to forcibly remove physical barriers and closed circuit television systems.
Why not just make it a capital offense to remain alive in the presence of a cop?
They seized several guns, drugs, cash and explosives.
As an example, over here, I can wear my NIJ ballistic Level II, but the second I wear it while committing a crime it becomes illegal.