Paedophile ring headed by a senior Anglican priest forced children at a boys' home to have group sex in a locked room - and cut them to symbolise 'the blood of Christ'
A paedophile ring used an Anglican boys home to abuse children
St Alban's Home in Newcastle was also used to gain access to the boys
Priest Peter Rushton is said to be the head of the paedophile ring
A two week hearing is being conducted by the Royal commission
Paul Gray testified to being raped by Rushton when he was 10
By Australian Associated Press And Cameron Phelps For Daily Mail Australia
2 August 2016
An Anglican home for boys in the Hunter region of NSW was used by a
paedophile ring headed by a senior clergyman to access and sexually
On Tuesday the Royal Commission into
Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse opened a two-week hearing
into what the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle did to stop priest Peter
Rushton and a pedophile network of clergy and laypeople who preyed on
children for decades.
Victim Paul Gray gave evidence and said he was taken to St Albans School for Boys in the Hunter Valley in the 1960s....