Tuesday, 19 June 2018

LUCIFERIAN PEDOPHILE PRIESTS AND NETWORK X




 This is a segmented stories of pedophilia in Australia and the United Kingdom. It is believed to be that Australia and the UK is infected by a secret network of pedophiles within its system; the society and the so-called "Church" is a haven of PEDOPHILE PRIESTS.

 
 
 NEWCASTLE, Australia –  A prosecutor told an Australian court on Tuesday that the most senior Roman Catholic cleric in the world to be convicted of covering up child sex abuse must be jailed to send a message that such institutional cover-ups will no longer be tolerated.  Newcastle Magistrate Robert Stone said he would sentence Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson on July 3.  Stone last month found Wilson guilty in the Newcastle Local Court of failing to report to police the repeated abuse of two altar boys by a pedophile priest in the Hunter Valley region north of Sydney during the 1970s. Wilson faces a potential maximum sentence of two years in prison.  The conviction is another step toward holding the church to account for a global abuse crisis that has also engulfed Pope Francis' financial minister, Australian Cardinal George Pell. Some lawyers said they expect many more clerics to be charged in Australia as a result of Wilson's test case.

 Prosecutor Gareth Harrison told a hearing Tuesday to determine an appropriate sentence that there was a "breach of trust" between the vulnerable teen, who — along with another altar boy — came forward in 1976 with allegations against a priest who later died in prison.  "A 15-year-old boy came to him for help ... this wasn't a split-second decision," Harrison told the magistrate.  Wilson had lied in court about his knowledge of the abuse allegations and "the root of each of those lies is the unflinching loyalty to the Catholic church and protecting it at all costs," Harrison said.  Harrison argued that the 67-year-old Wilson should be locked up to deter other religious leaders, to denounce his conduct and to recognize the harm done to the victims.  Defense lawyer Ian Temby told the magistrate that imprisonment would likely worsen Wilson's chronic illnesses and may put him at risk of assault from fellow inmates.

The cleric suffers from diabetes, heart and Alzheimer's disease, and depression — conditions that would further deteriorate behind bars and "may even threaten his survival," Temby said.  Instead, Wilson's legal team argued for the cleric to be released on a good behavior bond.  Temby noted that Wilson was the first Australian Catholic bishop to introduce police checks of all clergy, a child protection council bringing in experts from outside the church and an audit system of parishes to ensure compliance.  "The offender is not just a man ... who has no prior convictions, but is, in fact, a man of prior positive good character with particular reference to the general field of prevention of child sexual abuse," Temby said.  Harrison said there was no evidence to suggest Wilson would be attacked in prison and that his medical condition was not an excuse to escape punishment.  "Ill health cannot be a license to commit a crime," he said.  Wilson stood aside from the Adelaide archdiocese following his conviction in May and said if it became necessary for him to resign he would do so.
 

Pope Francis (Image via Facebook)

 "A highly-organised paedophile ring involving Victorian police and former politicians had been operating in the state since the 1970s, anti-child abuse groups claimed today. Dr Reina Michaelson of The Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program (CSAPP) and Bravehearts founder Hetty Johnston today said they had been told by child sex abuse victims that former Victorian elected politicians and police members were involved in child pornography and prostitution. The allegations come in response to a damning report released by Victoria's Ombudsman George Brouwer yesterday into Victoria Police's botched handling of four cases of child sex abuse. One investigating police officer referred to a child-victim, under the age of 12, as a little slut."- (Australian Pedophile Ring Critical Information on a Secret Pedophile Network - READ the WHOLE ARTICLE HERE.)





"An inquiry in Sydney has uncovered evidence that Pope Francis has forgiven and covered up the crimes of 4,444 pedophile priests in Australia.The Austrailian commission reported that not only were the priests forgiven by the Vatican for their crimes, allegations were “swept under the carpet” and never reported to law enforcement.Following years of mounting pressure to look into the claims of pedophilia, Canberra finally set up the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, and the extent of the Catholic Church’s cover up was astonishing.During their investigation, the panel also discovered a pattern of witness intimidation and cover-ups. Gail Furness, the lawyer in charge of questioning at the Sydney inquiry, said in a statement:“Between 1950 and 2010, overall seven percent of priests were alleged perpetrators,”“The accounts were depressingly similar. Children were ignored or worse, punished. Allegations were not investigated. Priests and religious (figures) were moved.”“The parishes or communities to which they were moved knew nothing of their past. Documents were not kept or they were destroyed. Secrecy prevailed as did cover ups.” (Pope Francis Forgives 4,444 Pedophile Priests In Australia! - NYEveningNews.com March 3,2018)  Read the whole story HERE.


 
 Courtesy of Australias Channel 9, broadcast in Australia on 18/7/2015 - disturbing allegations of child abuse and cover ups at the highest level in the UK. The Catholic abuse cases. In light of recent events (the Vaticans number 3 man, Cardinal George Pell being charged with abuse), I thought it would be a good idea to look back at the roots of this clearly escalating.
 
 
  Jesuits pay record $166.1 million in child abuse case
 

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