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Australia 'Use a bullet on yourself': 'Vegans' leave disgusting notes to Australian farmers battling the worst drought on record urging them to kill themselves 'if they can't handle' the dry spell

18:40  08 december  2019
18:40  08 december  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Farmers across NSW have become the targets of abusive letters urging them to 'use a bullet' on themselves if they 'can't handle' the drought.

Several residents in Dubbo, Walgett and Peak Hill in the state's western region reported receiving the disturbing notes last month, police said.

One of the letters, obtained by The Daily Telegraph, had been typed in a large font on white paper and is believed to have been hand delivered.

'Hey loser, no one cares that you have to send livestock to slaughter,' the note states.

'All the better when you are forced to send your breeding stock.

a person sitting on top of a dry grass field: Farmers are currently battling the worst drought conditions in Australia. Above is a crop farmer in Parkes, NSW© Provided by Daily Mail Farmers are currently battling the worst drought conditions in Australia. Above is a crop farmer in Parkes, NSW

'If you cannot handle the drought, use a bullet on yourself. You know you want to. No one cares whether you live or die, not even your family.'

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NSW Detective Inspector Cameron Whiteside has branded the acts 'downright disgraceful' and asked for anyone with information to come forward.

'It is extremely important that these letters are not over-handled, both in a physical sense and by not disclosing information to fellow members of the public which may impact the investigation,' he said.

'Victims should report the matter to local police in a very timely manner in order to increase our chances of resolving the nature of these letters.

'Anyone who has received a similar letter is encouraged to contact their local police station and report the matter.'

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Several farmers in Dubbo, Walgett and Peak Hill in the state's western region reported receiving the disturbing notes last month, police said© Provided by Daily Mail Several farmers in Dubbo, Walgett and Peak Hill in the state's western region reported receiving the disturbing notes last month, police said Police have not commented on who may be behind the disturbing notes but social media users have suggested they could have been sent by militant vegans.

'When the milk price crashed, I had vegans telling me to kill myself and my family. That I deserved to die because I had to sell some of my cows to cut costs etc. Seems the vegans are at it again. Attacking farmers when they are struggling is disgraceful,' one Facebook user said.

'If they want to live a vegan lifestyle, fine. Don't preach, threaten, or be judgemental and cruel to the rest of us,' said another.

Anyone with information has been urged to contact Crime Stoppers at: 1800 333 000.

For confidential support call Lifeline: 13 11 14 www.lifeline.org.au or Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636

a sign on a wooden pole: 'Inquiries continue into reports of vexatious letters,' NSW Police said in a post with this picture© Provided by Daily Mail 'Inquiries continue into reports of vexatious letters,' NSW Police said in a post with this picture

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