Port Arthur Massacre. One of the deadliest spree killings in history occurred in Tasmania in 1996. It had a profound effect on how Australians dealt with firearms. The young man at the center of it all was Martin Bryant. But who was he? What would cause him to kill so many people that day? And what does this event, as well as the measures taken by the Australian government, say about the United States of America and its completely different approach to spree killings and mass murders committed by people with semi-automatic rifles?
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