Sex Offender & Cult Leader ‘Little Pebble’ to be Electronically Monitored

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Cult leader and sex offender William ‘Little Pebble’ Kamm have to wear electronic monitoring equipment after he is released from jail.

According to The Guardian, William Kamm who is also known as ‘Little Pebble’ will have to wear electronic monitoring equipment as he is still considered a threat and might possibly replicate sexual offences.  He is placed under supervision for another 5 years.

The 65-year-old sex offender was sentenced to 9 years of imprisonment for ordering two 15-year-old girls to have sex with him, reported smh. Later, he told that god ordered him to repopulate the world with his mystical seeds.

He claimed that he could directly communicate with Virgin Mary. During his three weeks trial in Downing Centre, he said how he had selected the girl when she was 13, to be one of his “Queen”.

The girl, on the other hand, said that she was excited about the whole affair as her parents had utmost trust on ‘Little Pebble’.

The report said that Kamm was the founder of Order of Saint Charbel in Cambewarra, on the NSW south coast.  He was successful in convincing his followers that he was a messenger of God.

Such was his convincing skills and power that people and mostly men handed over him their daughters and wives to populate his “Royal House.”

One of his victims, whom he raped and impregnated, expressed her distress when she heard of his supposed release. The victim is now 30-year-old and has tried to move on with her life.

She conceived her son, who is now 15–year-old , during one of the rape incidents by the self proclaimed godman.  In an interview she gave the details about the tortures she underwent on the hands of the cult leader.

According to the Supreme Court’s supervision order, Kamm must stay away from teenage girls, stick to a 10 pm to 6 am curfew, inform authorities about his plans and avoid Nowra, stated The Gaurdian.

He was jailed in 2005. And Kamm is reported to be freed from jail in NSW within the week.


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