Archbishop condemned for cover-up of pedophilia is hiding much more




Article by Leo Zagami


After sentencing Adelaide’s Catholic Archbishop Philip Wilson to 12 months detention, Magistrate Robert Stone stated, “There is no remorse or contrition shown by the offender.”

In the meantime, Magistrate Robert Stone adjourned the matter to August 14 while the unrepentant Wilson is assessed for home detention. In May 2018, the 67-year-old was found guilty of concealing the sexual abuse of children between 2004 and 2006 at the hands of paedophile priest Jim Fletcher in the 1970s but Wilson is covering much more and the Vatican knows it!


Back in 2014, Detective Sergeant Len Mosheev advised the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse that raids that took place under an investigation into pedophiles in 1993, called Operation Deny, revealed connections between the pedophile ring operating in Adelaide more than two decades ago, and pedophile groups in the United Kingdom.The detectives involved in the investigation believed Perkins may have sexually abused more students at St Ann’s Special School than the one he had been charged in connection with, were angered when the order to close down Operation Deny was given by Assistant Commissioner Colin Watkins.

This proves once again the existence of an international pedophile network cover-up and the role of the Catholic Church. In fact, the inquiry examined the handling of claims of child sexual abuse at St Ann’s Special Catholic School at Marion between 1985 and 1991 by the Catholic Church and the South Australia Police. In 1991, Australian police seized photos of naked, disabled children at the home of Catholic school bus driver Brian Perkin, but strangely enough they didn’t arrest him until 1993. At that point, he conveniently disappeared while out on bail in 1994, and was eventually arrested in 2003. He died in prison six years later, taking to his grave dark secrets regarding the international pedophile network and the Catholic Church. This obvious cover-up could damage both the Vatican and the Australian and British Government,  so I don’t think that Catholic Archbishop Philip Wilson will ever face real jail time, but only a very comfortable house arrest in his sister’s home.








Leo Zagami is a regular contributor to Infowars and the author of the new book Confessions of an Illuminati Volume 5: The Decline of the West and the Rise of Satanism in our Society 


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