Paedophile cult leader ‘Little Pebble’ William Kamm granted bail after alleged breach of court orders

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Self-styled cult leader and convicted paedophile William Kamm has been granted bail in the NSW Supreme Court after allegedly breaching his supervision orders for a second time.

Kamm, who refers to himself as “Little Pebble” and founded the notorious religious doomsday cult Order of Saint Charbel at a compound near Nowra, applied for his release on Thursday.

The 73-year-old was arrested in Sydney in May accused of failing to adhere to his supervision orders after he allegedly deleted his browser history and also asked a third party to upload a prayer to a WordPress website.

The charges were laid months after Kamm pleaded guilty last November to a similar breach, after he used his wife’s Facebook to message a young woman.

In court on Thursday, defence barrister Peter Lange argued his client should be released on bail as the prosecution case had “weaknesses”, and that delays in the proceedings could also result in Kamm remaining in prison until 2024 before the matter was resolved.

Mr Lange also argued any possible re-offending could be mitigated through fresh bail conditions being imposed, including a restriction on the type of mobile phone Kamm could use.

“Access to the internet is at the root of these [alleged] offences,” Mr Lange told the court.

“Prohibiting possession of any device capable of accessing the internet … would be a better [bail] provision.”

Mr Lange said if bail was denied, “perversely” his client would be able to access the internet more freely.

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