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'Little Pebble' Molested Girl
A 15-YEAR-OLD schoolgirl was to bear 17 children to a self-styled
religious leader who told his followers he would be the final pope
before the end of the world.
The woman, now in her 20s, told the New South Wales District Court
yesterday that William Kamm, 55, had molested her in 1993 soon after
he had chosen her to be one of his "spiritual brides".
Mr Kamm, 55, known to his followers as Little Pebble, is charged with
four counts of aggravated indecent assault and one count of sexual
intercourse in circumstances of aggravation.
In the early 1990s, the girl and her family joined Mr Kamm's religious
group, the Order of St Charbel, and went to live at his compound in
Cambewarra, near Nowra on the NSW south coast.
Mr Kamm, who the family believed could speak to the Virgin Mary, chose
the child to be one of 12 queens and 72 princesses who would produce
the "new tribe" after the end of the world.
"We believed he was a prophet, a very holy man," the woman said yesterday.
"The world was going to come to an end and there would be lots of
chastisements, as in tidal waves, earthquakes."
The woman said her family had been proud when she was chosen as one
of Mr Kamm's queens.
"I understood it to be an extremely important role. We were all hoping
one of us would be a queen, someone special in God's eyes."
The girl alleges that in 1993 Mr Kamm kissed, groped and digitally
Prosecutor Richard Herps tended at least 20 letters of correspondence
between Mr Kamm and the then 15-year-old. In the letters Mr Kamm spoke
of his love for the child and his desire to spend time alone with her.
He wrote that she would "receive 17 children from my seed" and live with
her in a castle in Germany when the "new era" arrived.
The letters also urged the child not to tell Mr Kamm's wife that she had
been chosen as his queen.
"Bettina is not aware of any of this and would die if she knew," one of
Mr Kamm's letters said.
In some of the letters, Mr Kamm inquired about the child's attitude
towards sex. He told her "we can make love any time but you cannot
fall pregnant yet."
The trial continues.
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'Little Pebble' Found Guilty
A CULT leader today maintained his innocence despite a jury
convicting him of molesting a 15-year-old girl more than a
decade ago on the NSW south coast.
His victim wiped tears from her eyes as William Kamm, 55, was
found guilty on all five charges against him, while a band of
faithful supporters of the self-appointed prophet kept silent.
The so-called Little Pebble claimed to have received advice from
the Virgin Mary that the girl should be chosen as one of 12 queens
and 72 princesses who would become his mystical wives to spawn an
immaculate race after the world ended.
The NSW District Court was told how he sent the teenager a series
of explicit love letters, repeatedly stating how sexy she was and
that heaven had granted permission for them to sleep together.
The victim, now 27, told how Kamm passionately kissed and fondled
her breasts a number of times and on one occasion masturbated her
when she lived within the Order of St Charbel community
based at Cambewarra near Nowra.
The eight women and four men of the jury ultimately upheld all
four counts of aggravated indecent assault and one of aggravated
sexual intercourse dating back to 1993.
Kamm maintained a calm composure throughout the trial, but appeared
slightly flushed when the verdict came down after three days of deliberations.
He faced the media shortly afterwards with watery eyes, sometimes
managing a smile, but he would not comment on a barrage of questions
about his conduct.
Outside the court, Kamm's defence barrister Greg Stanton said
his client maintained his innocence and would appeal the verdict.
"Mr Kamm respects the right of the jury to determine the verdict
that it has," Mr Stanton said.
"He maintained his innocence and we will be in due course pursuing
a rights of appeal."
During the trial, Mr Stanton made seven failed applications for the
judge to either dismiss the jury or order Kamm's acquittal on several
grounds including media coverage and evidence-related issues.
Mr Stanton tried to shield his client from media questions about whether
he was sorry for his actions or for writing a series of sexy love letters to the girl.
Prosecutor Richard Herps argued that Kamm himself had corroborated allegations in
three of the five charges by writing things like, "I hope I didn't stir you up too
much by touching your leg" and, "I could have made love to you there and then but
it was not the time or place".
The court also was told how Kamm's repeated calls to deepen the relationship were
reinforced by the Virgin Mary, according to divine communications allegedly
received by the Little Pebble and written in the girl's prayer diary.
Judge John Williams continued Kamm's bail and set a
sentencing date of September 16.
Mr Stanton said a psychological assessment of
Kamm also would be obtained.
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