THE State Parole Authority (SPA) is set to refuse parole to William Kamm, the self-described cult leader known as the Little Pebble.
Convicted of repeated sex offences against minors, the SPA formed an intention to refuse parole to Kamm following a private meeting late last week.
The SPA found Kamm, whose offences occurred while in a position of authority, has so far failed to participate in a program to address his offending behaviour.
Kamm can now make application to the authority for a review hearing to be held.
The 62-year-old will have served seven years, six months when his non-parole period expires on April 13 this year.
His total 10-year sentence is due to expire in October 2015.
Kamm was convicted of five counts of sexual intercourse with a minor by a person in authority, four counts of aggravated indecent assault against a minor and one count of aggravated indecent assault.
The Probation and Parole Service recommended SPA refuse Kamm’s parole.
A Probation and Parole Service report said, “Given the nature of the inmate’s offences…it is considered beneficial that Mr Kamm undertake the treatment program in custody. Given that Mr Kamm…remains an untreated sex offender, his release to parole is not recommended.”
Kamm recently featured on A Current Affair on WIN TV, with Bishop Malcolm L. Broussard of the Charbelite Fathers reading a prepared statement from his leader in jail which had been released on YouTube.
The reading by Bishop Broussard included some dire warnings to the world including a third world war, which would be nuclear.
Acting as a “messenger of God”, Kamm wanted to address the world, every power on earth and predicted that the United States would be invaded by Russia, China and North Korea; Australia would be invaded by Indonesia and China; Sydney would be punished with a massive earthquake in its harbour; Europe would be invaded by Russia, and a Middle East War between Israel and the Arab States would begin.
These “predictions” were first released in November and December 2011.