Grim discovery as police digging up headquarters of Twelve Tribes religious sect ‘find the remains of at least one baby in a coffin-like box’

Sources allege police have found remains of an infant or infants at rural property Police have been searching headquarters of the Twelve Tribes religious sect  The searches come after claims of stillbirths and burials inside sect  Source: The Daily Mail By Adam Mccleery and Charlotte Karp For Daily Mail Australia Published: 15:36 AEDT, 8 March 2020…

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Inside Australia’s secretive Twelve Tribes

A Current Affair’s Alison Piotrowski looks at the Australian Twelve Tribes group and speaks to some of its former members. Subscribe here: Get full episodes here: Follow ACA on Facebook: Follow ACA on Twitter: Follow ACA on Instagram: A Current Affair covers the realms of politics, crime, human rights, science, technology, celebrities and entertainment –…

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Inside the controversial ‘Twelve Tribes’ commune: Man who spent 18 years trapped in a ‘surrendered’ state opens up about how he escaped the secretive religious sect

Source: Daily Mail Or Mathias claims he was subjected to years of physical and psychological abuse Mr Mathias said his 18 years in the sect have left him permanently traumatised The now 26-year-old alleges child abuse is rampant within the communities Original member Andrew McLeod previously said there is no child abuse present By Brittany Chain…

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Secretive Twelve Tribes religious sect ‘cashing in on charity status’

Source: Daily Telegraph Gillian McNally, The Sunday Telegraph September 7, 2019 9:00pm From the outside, they look like hippies selling wholesome food, preaching peace, communal living and an old-fashioned way of life. But inside, former members of the Twelve Tribes say it’s a work camp that takes advantage of members’ volunteer labour while claiming religious…

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Or Mathias breaks 18-year silence on life inside Twelve Tribes sect He spent 18 years as a member of a secretive NSW sect — his earliest memory being beaten 15 times a day with a bamboo stick. Or Mathias lifts the lid on what really happens to members

… INTERACTIVE: INSIDE THE SECT Source: Daily Telegraph Sect accused of using ‘slave labour’ to run cafes ‘I’m not coming back’: Mum’s brave escape Or Mathias’s earliest memory of growing up in the Twelve Tribes is being beaten 15 times on the buttocks with a bamboo stick. He wasn’t allowed to be comforted by his…

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