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    They're heading back to court & it looks like a few of the younger women are going to testify against their uncles

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    https://www.news.com.au/national/cou...3216a98c64040d


    Man?s 4000km trip for alleged incest, court hears


    A man allegedly drove 4000km from his Western Australian home across the desert just to have sex with his young niece, a court has heard.

    NOVEMBER 14, 201810:34AM

    Colt incest clan's secret videos

    Nieces in the Colt incest family are set to give evidence in a forthcoming trial about how their uncles allegedly preyed on them for inbred sex.

    One of the young woman, Petra Colt, will reveal how her uncles Charlie, 45, and Frank, 48, allegedly sexually interfered with her on the squalid family farm at Boorowa, NSW.

    The NSW Supreme Court heard on Tuesday that Petra and her sister Tammy ? both daughters of Colt matriarch Betty, Charlie and Frank?s older sister, will turn Crown witness in the cases against their uncles.

    Frank Colt, it was alleged in court, drove 4000km from his Western Australian home across the Australian desert for a week?s holiday in Boorowa where he allegedly committed the crime.

    The dramatic turn in the Colt family incest case was revealed during a bail application by Frank Colt, who allegedly described his nieces as the ?weak links? for police investigators.

    Frank Colt, who is charged with having sexual intercourse with a child under 10, made the comments during a telephone call intercepted by police.


    Charlie Colt will be testified against for alleged sex with his nieces during a forthcoming sensational trial.Source:Supplied


    Petra Colt is set to give evidence about her uncles.Source:Facebook

    Tammy Colt has also turned Crown witness on her relatives.Source:Facebook


    Brother and sister, Martha and Charlie Colt slept together nightly in a ?marital? bed on the Colt family farm.Source:News Corp Australia

    The two Colt nieces and other family members living in South Australia are due to give evidence against eight members of the Colts in a lengthy trial late next year.

    Justice Stephen Campbell described the case as ?very, very shocking? after a lawyer for Frank Colt described his client as ?consumed by the terrible taboo of intergenerational incest?.

    Frank Colt, his brother Charlie and nephews Derek and Cliff are charged with child sex offences.

    Appearing in court via video link from prison, Frank Colt resembled other co-accused siblings, but appeared at least a foot taller than his diminutive brother Charlie.

    His sisters Martha, Betty and Rhonda and niece Raylene face perjury allegations.

    All the Colt family names are court-appointed pseudonyms to protect the children allegedly offended against.

    The charges were laid in a three-state swoop in April, five years after police raided the filthy bush block to find 38 members of the Colt family living without electricity or running water.

    The Colt had moved from state to state to avoid detection.



    NSW DPP prosecutor Mardi Cartwright told Justice Campbell that Petra Colt would testify about an alleged assault by Frank Colt and was ?very clear about what happened?.

    She said prosecutors were awaiting DNA evidence, but two of the eight co-accused Colts were ?opposing forensic procedures? which would be fought out in court early in the new year.

    Ms Cartwright said the Colt family Crown witnesses were ?vulnerable? and fears were held about Frank Colt or others intimidating or offending against them.

    Frank Colt?s solicitor Robert Bucksath told the hearing that despite the taboo of alleged incest his client had ?broken away? from the family?s ?nomadic lifestyle?.

    Mr Bucksath said before his arrest Mr Colt had lived in a Western Australian country town, held down a job in the cattle industry and patronised the local pub and the shops.

    He had no children, but with his late wife he had bought ?a normal house in a normal street.

    ?It?s not some commune out of town that doesn?t have running water or electricity connected,? Mr Bucksath said.




    Martha Colt (above with son Albert as a child) was arrested while living with her brother Charlie.Source:Supplied


    Famil patriarch Tim Colt who allegedly slept with his daughter Betty from the age of 12.Source:Supplied

    Frank Colt had been a ?hard worker? with handyman and carpentry skills, and needed to return to WA to earn money and pay his mortgage.

    ?He has had no contact with these family members for a number of years,? Mr Bucksath said.

    ?He has no wish to contact them. We can?t choose what circumstances we are born into (or) our family members.?

    Mr Bucksath said Frank Colt?s comment about his nieces being the ?weak link? had been in support of his sister after their children were removed from the Boorowa farm.

    He described Petra?s Colt?s evidence against her uncle as being made during an interview in which she was led by police.

    Justice Campbell reserved his decision on whether to grant bail to Frank Colt, pending advice on whether WA Police could supervise bail conditions imposed by a NSW court.

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    https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/...14-p50r92.html








    Incest family member bailed to stay in Glebe backpackers' hostel


    Incest family member bailed to stay in Glebe backpackers' hostel
    By Angus Thompson & Georgina Mitchell
    14 January 2019 ? 4:07pm

    A member of the Colt* incest family charged with child-related sex crimes has been bailed to stay in a trendy backpackers' hostel in Sydney's inner city.

    The man, given the court-ordered pseudonym Frank Colt, was one of eight members of the family who were arrested and charged last year over allegations of sexual abuse of children at a property in rural NSW.


    Mr Colt, 49, faces four charges of sexual intercourse with a person under the age of 10 years and one further charge, laid this month, of sexual intercourse without consent.

    Justice Stephen Campbell ordered Mr Colt to be released from Parklea Correctional Centre on January 15, when he will be escorted by his lawyer to The Village hostel in Glebe.



    The website for the Glebe Point Road hostel, where dorm rooms start at $20 and private rooms at $83, describes the accommodation as "the perfect base to see Sydney?s highlights".



    "Popular with students, musicians and artists, Glebe is the perfect place to mix in with the locals and immerse yourself in the captivating vibe of this neighbourhood," the website says.

    "Chill out in our tranquil, leafy courtyards and enjoy our social outdoor dining areas. Cook up a hearty meal in our large communal kitchen, or start some friendly competition with a game of pool. Sit back with a movie in our comfy TV lounge and relax after a big day of sightseeing, before doing it all again tomorrow."

    The Herald is seeking comment from The Village, which also operates hostels in Bondi, Kings Cross and Surry Hills.

    During a November 13 bail hearing, Mr Colt's solicitor, Robert Bucksath, said his client's employment records showed he had an alibi.

    Mr Colt was in Western Australia continuously from 2010 to 2018, Mr Bucksath said, with "piecemeal" leave that would not have allowed him to drive to NSW to carry out the offences.



    Mr Bucksath said his client's financial records had been submitted to show he had not bought a plane ticket in that time, and on days he was on leave from work there were transactions that showed he was in Western Australia.


    He said his client needed bail because he has not been able to pay his mortgage for eight months and wanted to get a job to avoid the repossession of his property.

    Mr Bucksath said that, in November, his client was "consumed by the terrible taboo of intergenerational incest".

    "Your honour, we don't choose which circumstances we're born into and we certainly don't choose who our family are," he said.

    Justice Campbell freed Mr Colt from custody after the Crown and Mr Bucksath agreed on a list of conditions for him to comply with, including that he stay at the Glebe address and report to Glebe police twice a day.

    He was ordered not to contact any of the Crown witnesses in the case against him, nor his co-accused, nor to travel interstate.

    "He is not to leave the state of NSW," Justice Campbell said.

    His bail also came with a $10,000 surety, which must be forfeited if he breaches the conditions.

    Two other members of the Colt family, who were charged with perjury, have previously been granted bail under strict conditions including reporting to police twice daily.

    In 2013, a judge found there was evidence of "intergenerational incest" within the Colt family as he made an order to permanently remove from their property 12 children, who then ranged in age from five to 16.

    Mr Bucksath said the accommodation would be available from Tuesday.

    Mr Colt must next attend Central Local Court on March 7.

    * All members of the family have been given pseudonyms to protect the identity of the victims.

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