On Sunday December 4 2005, a gang of Lebs unprovoked attacked two local Australia volunteer surf lifesavers at North Cronulla Beach. Further attacks occurred. It had been happening over recent years, yet NSW Police had repeatedly turned blind eye. Ordinary local Aussies had had gutful and decided to stake a stand to defend their beach, their women and to evict the invading Leb menace. The following Sunday, 11 December 2005, approximately 5,000 Aussie gathered to defend Cronulla from the invading Lebs.
That evening, armed Leb criminal gangs were assembling at Lakemba mosque before setting off in split convoys to attack Cronulla at night.
The following report provides the documented facts of what really happened back in 2005. It is the official NSW Police report of its Strike Force Neil dated October 20, 2006. It describes the chronology of events in detail.