Australian Nazis. “The ring which abused Fiona included police officers, psychiatrists, biochemists, psychologists, actors, writers, politicians, university lecturers and medical doctors, including a local Engadine GP named Doctor Mark.”
Fiona Barnett‘s family, who had Nazi connections, moved to Australia.
Hitler preferred boys.
Peter used to entertain young Fiona with stories about the ‘olden days’ in Poland when he killed Jews for a living in a death camp.
Peter and Helena often took Fiona to be sexually abused by members of the Nazi community who had settled in an area south of Sydney which ran from the Sutherland Shire to Wollongong.
These Nazis “practised the mystery religion that underpinned Nazism.”
Peter and Helena Holowczak gave Fiona over to a national child sex trafficking ring when she was preschool age.
The ring included police officers, psychiatrists, biochemists, psychologists, actors, writers, politicians, university lecturers and medical doctors, including a local Engadine GP named Doctor Mark.
Dr. John Gittinger raped and abused Fiona.
This child trafficking ring also engaged in other crimes including gun and drug trafficking.
Fiona witnessed child sex trafficking between Sydney, Wollongong, Bathurst, and Canberra.
Bathurst City Hall – “a traditional venue for paedophile orgies during the 1970s and 1980s.”
St John’s College Catholic Chapel at Sydney University;
The Caltex oil refinery in Kurnell;
And in many of the national parks located between Sydney and Wollongong.
Fiona witnessed multiple acts of child abduction, drugging, child sexual assault, torture and murder.
Members of the paedophile ring were sexually aroused by necrophilia, bestiality and sadism.
The ring also contained a large number of female perpetrators.
At age of 15 years, Fiona witnessed the wife of an Engadine police officer lure a 15-year-old boy into her car at Cronulla Beach.
The boy was murdered.
Alleged crime scene: Garrawarra Cemetery near Waterfall.
At age eight years, Fiona suffocated while being abused.
She lost consciousness and awoke in the Sutherland Hospital.
A female nurse told her that her mother was present.
It was not her mother. It was the Engadine policeman’s wife.
Dr Mark got the hospital staff to release Fiona into his care.
Bathurst car race 1985
In 1985, Fiona witnessed approximately 10 children raped and murdered in Bathurst, during the weekend of the Bathurst car race.
Some of these children were victims of kidnappings.
Other children were born unregistered so that they could be used as sex slaves.
“The abuse was orchestrated by a former Whitlam Government Education Minister Kim Beazley, a police commissioner, an Australian sporting icon, a Sydney University lecturer and a prominent screen actor.”
The prominent screen actor raped Fiona in front of a large crowd that included numerous priests and police.
From the age of 16 years Fiona began disclosing the abuse to health professionals.
None of them reported the allegations to the police.
David Campbell, discredited former Police Minister. LAND OF CHILD ABUSING POLICE, CLERGY AND POLITICIANS.
Fiona feared reporting the abuse to the New South Wales police because policemen were among the perpetrators.
Fiona had witnessed people being tortured and murdered for disclosing – or for trying to leave – the paedophile ring.
Bathhurst, near Sydney.
After reading this in the Herald Sun (August 27, 2008) Fiona felt it would be safe to report her experiences to the New South Wales (NSW) police and be taken seriously.
Fiona contacted the NSW police and the detective in charge of the St Stanislaus, Bathurst case, Justin Hadley.
Fiona briefly described to Hadley the crimes she had witnessed in 1985 in the Bathurst City Hall and he asked her to go to her local police station.
Alleged site of paedophile sex orgies at the Bathurst City Hall
Tweed Heads police refused to take Fiona’s formal statement.
They mocked her witness testimony, and sent me home.
She never heard from them again about this matter.
Tor Nielsen had provided similar information to the NSW Police.
Nielsen reported witnessing 60 children being raped in the same Bathurst location Fiona had named.
Nielson also noted that St Stanislaus College has accommodated the NSW police during theBathurst car races for many decades.
Tor Nielsen’s testimony was detailed on his website ‘The Catholic Cover-up’.
The Catholic Church forced him to to remove the site just prior to the announcement of the current Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
Blood tests revealed that Nielsen was drugged with a substance that induced psychosis.
Nielsen alleges that the drugs were administered by corrupt NSW health practitioners.
The NSW Director of Public Prosecutions dropped the charges against St Stanislaus’ staff and priests.
Maltese children sent to ‘child abuse’ children’s homes in Australia.(State Library of Western Australia, The Battye Library 005086D.) (310 Maltese child migrants were sent to Australia?)
Multiple victims then came forward.
The authorities were forced to bring charges against certain St Stanislaus staff.
However, Tor Nielsen’s lawyer mysteriously fell out of an 18-story window after Nielson publicly exposed the Bathurst paedophile ring.
Lawyer Frederick Jordon Chambers, a former St Stanislaus student, was due to testify at one of the College’s paedophile trials.
Before he could appear, he was found dead.
Fiona wrote to the NSW police minister and to the NSW police commissioner.
The police commissioner essentially dismissed her complaint.
This is in spite of the fact that the testimony of Tor Nielsen and Fiona tallied with other reports of victims abused at Engadine BoysTown and Bathurst.
In her letters to the NSW police minister and commissioner, Fiona requested that her witness testimony be written down and supplied to the taskforce assigned to investigate the Engadine BoysTown paedophile ring.
In 2013, Fiona tried to contact Justin Hadley, the Bathurst detective in charge of the St Stanislaus operation.Hadley’s colleague told Fiona that it was too late for her information to be provided to police or to benefit the Bathurst victims.Fiona left a message for Hadley to contact her, but he never did.
Alleged crime scene: St John Bosco Catholic Church, adjacent to Engadine BoysTown
Following Fiona’s publication of her first article regarding a northern NSW paedophile ring, she received several threats.
The ring involved child sex trafficking between Wollongong and Sydney.
This was the same child trafficking ring that Fiona witnessed as a child.
Both mayors were ritually murdered.
Wollongong Mayors Tony Bevan and Frank Arkell: alleged child sex traffickers. Both were brutally murdered.
Ring banner featuring trade mark eagle, allegedly erected at major paedophile gatherings including Regina Coeli Catholic Church and Bathurst City Hall stage.