Oct 12, 2015

NSW cult leader faces ongoing supervision

October 13, 2015

A NSW cult leader and convicted sex offender could face ongoing supervision when his parole ends.

Self-professed religious leader William Kamm, also known as Little Pebble, spent nine years in jail for having sex with two underage girls, claiming God and the Virgin Mary told him to use them to repopulate the earth.

He was released on parole in November.

But the NSW government says Kamm, who founded the Order of Saint Charbel near Nowra, is a high risk offender and wants to impose ongoing restrictions on him through an interim supervision order.

Justice Robert Hulme will decide on Tuesday whether to impose any of the more than 40 conditions being sought.


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