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Two men charged with threatening the prime minister of Western Australia

Two men accused of making a threatening phone call to Western part of Australia Prime Minister Mark McGowan.
Mr. McGowan He received a chilling message on his cell phone on Saturday night that allegedly included a threat to behead him and his family.

Max Cher, 18, of Harrisdale, and Zephyr Rose, 20, of Canning Valley, allegedly left her, and they face serious charges.

An 18-year-old has been accused of threatening to behead Western Australian Prime Minister Mark McGowan and his family during a late-night phone call.
An 18-year-old has been accused of threatening to behead Western Australian Prime Minister Mark McGowan and his family during a late-night phone call. (9 news)

Mr. Cher and Mr. Rose have been released on bail following their arrest and will appear in court next month.

When 9News visited Mr. Czirr’s home, a resident said “we are all very distraught about things”.

Mr. Rose was not at this Canning Vale address when 9News visited.

Max Cher of Harrisdale and fellow 20-year-old Xavier Rose of Canning Valley are alleged to have left her, and now they face serious charges.
Max Cher, of Harrisdale, and fellow 20-year-old Xavier Rose, of Canning Valley, who are facing serious charges, allegedly left a message. (9 news)

Anti-vaccination protests escalate

Details of the threats have been increasingly publicized amid the anti-vaccination protests following the mandate decision COVID-19 Vaccines 75% of the workforce in Western Australia.

“There’s all this craziness going on out there in the community, all these people are acting horribly,” McGowan said.

Police Minister Paul Papalia said it was “reasonable to be concerned about the safety of the Prime Minister as well as other public figures in this environment”.

The office has been closed indefinitely amid a security threat.
The Prime Minister has already closed his electoral office due to ongoing security concerns. (9 news)

McGowan has not ruled out moving with his family from their home in Rockingham due to safety concerns.

“Look, not at this time but that’s clearly something we’re thinking about,” he said.

The Prime Minister has already closed his electoral office due to ongoing security concerns.

People opposing government orders continue to rally in increasing numbers as the “no cake, no job” deadline approaches.

“A lot of anti-vaccination people need to understand that they won’t be able to travel abroad, they won’t be able to travel interstate, they won’t be able to go to football or a concert,” Mr. McGowan said.