Wieambilla shootings: killers’ daughter speaks out about their descent into world of conspiracies

Madelyn Train talks publicly for the first time about their ‘evil’ final act and the last message she got from them

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A woman whose parents killed two Queensland police officers and a neighbour before dying at a remote property has spoken for the first time about their descent into conspiracy theories and ultimately, violence.

Madelyn Train’s father, Nathaniel, mother, Stacey, and uncle Gareth were killed by police in the incident that left six people dead at Wieambilla last month.

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