Australia: Children Suffer Gruesome Deformities Due to Massive Incest With Siblings and Parents, Squalid Conditions in Remote Village

Posted: January 7, 2014 in Uncategorized

A shocking incest “cult” has been discovered nestled in the
hills near Sydney, Australia, and the sickening details have
disturbed the entire country. At least 40 adults and children
were discovered living in squalid conditions and suffering from a wide array of
health issues and deformities as a result of massive inbreeding. The “family,”
all of them descendents of a brother and sister who had 13 children four
generations ago, were discovered after people in a nearby town called
authorities to say that children in the hills were not going to school.
Authorities describe the shanty incest town as one of the worst cases of
incest
ever made public.

http://www.cafemom.com/articles/in_the_news/165339/40_adults_children_discovered_living?utm_medium=sem2&utm_campaign=prism&utm_source=outbrain&utm_content=0

It was an early winter’s day last year when officers from the NSW Police and Community Services turned up on one of the blocks which lie around 30km out of the town between large established farms and the untamed scrub of old bushranger territory.

They found 40 adults and children living in two filthy caravans, two sheds and tents on an unsewered block with no running water.

Dirt caked the surfaces of stoves and cooking facilities, rotten vegetables lay in a refrigerator and a kangaroo was sleeping on one of the children’s beds.

Exposed electric wires, bags of rubbish and chainsaws lay about.

There were no toilets, showers or baths.

The children were unwashed and wore dirty clothes.

They were shy and made little eye contact.

Few were capable of intelligible speech; almost all had fungal infections in their feet.

Some had oddly-formed features, which scientific tests would later reveal was a result of “homozygosity” or identical gene patterns of both of the children’s parents.

The police and welfare officers were taking in the squalor, the deprivation and the fact some of the children seemed developmentally delayed or cognitively impaired.

What they didn’t realise was the children were the result of intimate relations between brothers and sisters, and uncles and nieces and fathers and daughters. Their family threw back to a set of great-great grandparents who were a brother and sister.

The family compulsion was regenerating itself.

The children were sexually involved with each other and only one, the youngest, a five-year-old girl, had parents who weren’t related.

It was a social time bomb exploding before their eyes.

As one police officer later reportedly told her colleagues, she would never get over it.

Over coming days and weeks, the enormity of what they had uncovered dawned on them.

The five family groups comprised of sisters, Rhonda, 47, Martha, 33, and Betty Colt, 46, who slept every night with her brother, Charlie, and two of Betty’s daughters who each had children who proved to be from unions of related parents.

Taken into care, the children underwent sessions with psychologists.

The tales they told were harrowing.

Kimberly, 13, reported sexual contact with her uncle, Dwayne, who was nine years old while her aunt, Carmen, 8, watched on.

Sisters Ruth, 7, and Nadia, 9, had sexual touching with their brothers Albert, 15, Jed, 14, and Karl, 12.

On one occasion, three brothers aged 14 years and under tied their sister, 8, and niece, 13, naked to a tree.

The accounts of incestuous underage sex fill pages of court documents.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/the-case-of-incest-and-depravity-which-came-to-rest-in-the-hills-of-a-quiet-country-town/story-fni0cx4q-1226780679570

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