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The Pagan Awareness Network- Media Release
Witches Spell It Out: Fletcher A Predator.
Victoria’s Witch community is worried an Extended Supervision Order granted yesterday won’t be enough to keep convicted sex-offender and self-proclaimed witch Robin Fletcher from re-offending.
“His crimes are the exact opposite of what witches practice,” Marian Dalton, Victorian Coordinator for the Pagan Awareness Network Incorporated said today. “One of the central beliefs of modern witches is the statement ‘Harm None’. Fletcher’s betrayed the most basic tenets of Wiccan belief – which makes him nothing more than a predator.”
Robin Fletcher was jailed in 1998 for sex offences against two teenage girls. He has consistently claimed that his Wiccan beliefs permitted his behaviour.
“No religion can justify rape,” Ms Dalton said. “His crimes are despicable. But the real worry is that he will soon be loose on our streets – we’re worried that he will start looking for vulnerable people to prey on.”
Ms Dalton urged young people involved in Wicca and Witchcraft to exercise caution when dealing with others. “Unfortunately there are predators in every community – the Pagan scene is no exception. Young people should always be careful when dealing with strangers, whether it is in a church youth-group, meditation circle or Pagan gathering.”
Ms Dalton added: “Fletcher should be locked up for life if he re-offends this time. Both the Pagan community and the general public should be made free of the menace that this man may pose.”
The Pagan Awareness Network Inc- Media Release
10 years “Not Long Enough” For Jailed Witch.
The Pagan Awareness Network Incorporated (PAN Inc) , an organization that represents Witches, Pagans, and other followers of nature-based religions, says that a ten-year sentence imposed on Robin Fletcher for raping two fifteen-year-old girls under the pretext of a witchcraft “initiation” was too lenient.
“Fletcher’s crimes are despicable,” PAN Inc Victorian Coordinator Marian Dalton said today. “No one in the Pagan community that I have spoken to wants to see him released from jail.”
Fletcher is due to be released from Ararat Prison in two weeks after serving his full sentence. Yesterday an Extended Supervision Order was granted restricting his movements after his release, due to fears he would re-offend.
Ms. Dalton stated that Fletcher did not represent the beliefs or practices of Witches and other Pagans. “Every community has its predators,” she said. “The Pagan scene, sadly, is no exception. Fletcher doesn’t represent who we are or what we do – any more than pedophile priests represent the values and teachings of Christian churches.”
Fletcher also caused controversy behind bars: in 2004, he unsuccessfully tried to sue Corrections Victoria and the Salvation Army using Victoria’s controversial religious vilification laws.
“He’s made it that much harder for Pagans with genuine complaints to be taken seriously,” Ms. Dalton said. “He’s set back recognition and acceptance for our religion at least ten years – a day for every day he’s spent in prison. What is worse is the possibility he might re-offend.”
Fletcher’s parole was refused at least twice, after having been discovered advertising on the Internet as a “Master of the Dark Path” and seeking BDSM “slaves”.
“We hold grave concerns for anyone involving themselves with this individual. And we believe that if he re-offends, he should be locked up for life,” Ms. Dalton said. “He’s done enough damage to Pagans as well as the wider community.”
Sex Offender Wins Court Battle
A male witch who turned teenage girls into sex slaves has won a court battle to be allowed to live in the community.
Robin Angas Fletcher finished an eight-year jail term in June, but has been living in a unit inside the walls of Ararat prison, in western Victoria, under an extended supervision order imposed by the Adult Parole Board.
Fletcher, 49, challenged the conditions of the order, imposed under the Serious Sex Offenders Monitoring Act, in the Victorian Supreme Court.
Justice Bill Gillard ruled the Adult Parole Board was acting unlawfully by keeping Fletcher behind prison walls after he had completed his jail term.
Justice Gillard said the terms of the act, introduced last year, required Fletcher to live in the community.
Fletcher used hypnotism and mind-altering techniques to entice two 15-year-old girls into prostitution, sadomasochism and black magic.
He was jailed in 1998 after pleading guilty to prostituting a child, sexual penetration, and indecent acts against a child aged under 16.
At Ararat, Fletcher must abide by conditions imposed by the Adult Parole Board, including only being allowed to leave his unit while escorted by a Corrections Victoria officer.
A spokesman for Police Minister Tim Holding said despite the judgment, Fletcher remained subject to "very strict" monitoring conditions.
Those conditions included abiding by a curfew, a ban on contact with children, wearing an electronic monitoring device, and a requirement to undergo treatment.
He said the Adult Parole Board and Corrections Victoria were meeting on Wednesday to discuss Fletcher's new living arrangements.
At a hearing earlier this month, Alan Marshall, for Fletcher, said his client was effectively living in solitary confinement with occasional day release.
In an affidavit tendered to the court, Fletcher complained he was treated as if he was still a prisoner and his freedom of movement and contacts were severely restricted.
Peter Hanks QC, for the Department of Justice, said parliament had given the parole board wide-ranging powers to ensure the safety of both the community and offenders.
Fletcher was due for release earlier this year, but parole was refused after authorities discovered he engaged in "disturbing" correspondence with people in Ghana, West Africa.
In an advertisement on a prisoner pen-pal site, he claimed to be a real witch and an occult and bondage and discipline master.
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Sex-Crime Witch Gets New Jail Home
Evil witch Robin Fletcher will be forced to stay in jail in an unprecedented crackdown on the state's worst sex offenders.
Detention law now on cards The sex sadist was due to be released from Ararat jail today after his 10-year maximum sentence expired.
Instead, he will be forced to pay rent and live in a "prison within a prison" inside the jail's walls.
The Adult Parole Board has imposed extraordinary restrictions on Fletcher under the terms of an extended supervision order granted by a Supreme Court judge.
Conditions of the five-year order mean Fletcher will be:
BANNED from leaving his new home inside the jail unless escorted by a Corrections officer.
BANNED from having access to the internet.
FORCED to wear an electronic ankle tag so his movements can be monitored.
BANNED from contact with other sex offenders.
FORCED to take part in treatment programs that he refused to do while serving his sentence.
PROHIBITED from engaging in community activities involving children.
BANNED from visiting certain areas, such as schools, playgrounds, public parks or childcare areas.
Corrections sources told the Herald Sun the only concessions to Fletcher's new status as a "free man" would be the right to wear his own clothes rather than prison uniform, and no requirement to work.
He will be able to receive visitors, but only if they have been approved and are under escort.
Fletcher's maximum sentence for sex offences ended at midnight.
He turned two 15-year-old girls into sex slaves in the name of witchcraft.
He lured them into sex using black magic and hypnotism and told them they were taking part in pagan rituals. Body: Fletcher was jailed in 1996 after pleading guilty to child prostitution, sexual penetration of a child under 16, indecent acts with a child and perverting the course of justice. He is believed to have been told last weekend he would not be leaving jail as expected. He was served with the extended supervision order yesterday by a Corrections officer, who explained the conditions. The parole board will speak to him by video link tomorrow. Fletcher, a professed witch, is the sixth sex offender to be placed on an extended supervision order since the Serious Sex Offenders Monitoring Act became law on July 1 last year. The State Government is believed to have received legal advice that forcing Fletcher to live within a jail after his sentence has finished is a lawful direction under the terms of the Act. The only comparable treatment of a dangerous offender was the Community Protection Act, a one-man law passed specifically to keep Gary David in jail when his sentence for attempted murder expired in 1991. Corrections Minister Tim Holding last night confirmed the conditions of Fletcher's tough new regime. He said Fletcher was the worst of the worst of Victoria's sex offenders. "The Government and the Adult Parole Board recognise the very real risk a small number of these shockingly bad offenders pose to the Victorian community," Mr Holding said. "For that reason we've sought from the board the toughest possible conditions to control him after the expiration of his sentence," Mr Holding said. "We're pleased the parole board has put in place such a strict regime, which is unprecedented in Victorian history. "This guy is basically telling us -- he's telling the world -- that he plans to reoffend," Mr Holding said.
Fletcher, 49, was refused parole last January after sexually explicit letters were intercepted by staff at Ararat jail.
The letters convinced Corrections staff and forensic psychiatrists that Fletcher had not been rehabilitated and would almost certainly reoffend.
They were written to people in Ghana and encouraged them to adopt deviant sexual practices in pursuit of his form of religion.
The Herald Sun has learned Fletcher also has serious previous convictions in another name.
He was convicted in the County Court in 1984 of false imprisonment when he was known as Timothy Michael Ryan, believed to be his birth name.
He has also been convicted of indecent assault, managing a brothel and living off the earnings of prostitution.
Fletcher will live in a converted section of a building used for education programs inside Ararat jail.
Another notorious sex offender, Brian Keith Jones -- better known as Mr Baldy -- lives in a cottage outside the jail's gate.
Prison sources said the pair had a strained relationship and there was "some sort of bizarre rivalry between them".
Jones, who was the first released sex offender to be placed on an extended supervision order, was moved back to Ararat after a community uproar over his placement in a Housing Ministry house in Ascot Vale when he left jail last August.
Jones has to comply with 23 conditions, including an internet ban and electronic monitoring, under the terms of his order.
Applications for a supervision order are made to a judge in the court that sentenced the offender and can cover up to 15 years after release.
Conditions can include curfews, bans on contact with children, residential and job restrictions, random checks and compulsory treatment programs.
An offender can be sent back to jail for up to five years for breaching any conditions.
The Government is believed to have already decided to apply for another five-year supervision order against Fletcher when the order granted a fortnight ago expires in 2011.
Herald Sun (13-5-2006)
Detention Law Now On Cards
THE tough stand to protect the public from Robin Fletcher means a continued-detention law is more likely to be introduced in Victoria.
Corrections Minister Tim Holding conceded yesterday that Fletcher's treatment was an unofficial form of continued detention.
Queensland and NSW have continued-detention laws, under which courts can extend the detention of serious offenders still regarded as a threat to the public even after they have served their sentences.
The laws in both states are aimed at serious sex offenders considered incorrigible, unrepentant and almost certain to reoffend.
In Tasmania, violent offenders declared dangerous by the courts can be jailed indefinitely.
Victoria's Sentencing Advisory Council is examining whether the state needs a similar law.
Attorney-General Rob Hulls gave the council the job last month after the Herald Sun drew attention to the case of serial rapist William Craig Forde.
Forde is due to be sentenced next month after his fourth rape conviction.
He reoffended within months of his release after each of his previous three sentences.
There was a community uproar after the Herald Sun revealed Forde had served a total of 15 years and 10 months for three rapes -- an offence that carries a maximum sentence of 25 years.
The victim of his latest offence was a young Ballarat mother he abducted at knifepoint and raped 22 times while holding her captive for 29 hours.
Mr Hulls said when announcing the council's review that any move towards a continued detention scheme must strike the appropriate balance between protection of the community and fairness and due process.
Herald Sun (13-6-2006)
Witch Sex-Offender Release Defended
Victorian Attorney-General Rob Hulls said he was confident a male witch who turned girls into sex slaves, would be closely monitored following his release from jail today..
Robin Fletcher, 49, has been in prison since 1996 after pleading guilty to prostituting a child and committing indecent acts against a child aged under 16.
Fletcher, who used hypnotism and mind-altering techniques to entice his victims, was granted parole last month.
Under the terms of his parole he will be tracked by authorities for five years after consenting to a Department of Justice supervision order under the Serious Sex Offenders Monitoring Act.
Fletcher, was due for release earlier this year, but his parole was revoked after authorities discovered he had engaged in "disturbing" correspondence with people in Ghana, West Africa.
In an advertisement on a prisoner pen-pal site, he claimed to be a real witch and an occult and B & D (bondage and discipline) master .
Commenting on Fletcher's release today, Mr Hulls said he was confident the parole board had made the right decision in releasing Fletcher.
"I think the community should have faith in the parole board," Mr Hulls said.
"They are independent, and whatever decision they make in relation to any prisoner takes into account their views about whether or not that prisoner should be released and under what terms that prisoner should be released into the community.
"We do have laws in Victoria that enable prisoners who are released to be monitored very closely, we have one of the toughest regimes in Australia"
Crime Victims Support Association president Noel McNamara has said the proposed supervision order was grossly inadequate and has vowed to track Fletcher down and post his future residential address on the internet.
Pagans Slam Sex-Charge Witch
Australia's pagan community has moved to distance itself from a jailed male witch who turned teenage girls into sex slaves under the guise of a witchcraft initiation.
Robin Fletcher, who is due to be released from Ararat Prison on June 12 after 10 years behind bars, was convicted of prostituting a child and of sexual penetration and indecent acts against a child aged under 16.
Fletcher, 49, used hypnotism and mind-altering techniques to entice two 15-year-old girls into prostitution, sado-masochism and black magic.
He dressed the girls in dog collars, bound them and flogged them with a horse whip and paddle.
Fletcher consented in court yesterday to an extended supervision order allowing Victorian authorities to track him and restrict his movements for five years.
Victorian Supreme Court judge Justice Bill Gillard said there was a high risk Fletcher would re-offend if released unsupervised because he still believed his religion justified his crimes.
"Mr Fletcher maintains his sex offending occurred as a result of his religion," Justice Gillard said.
"He asserts he is unable to cease wiccan practice."
But the Pagan Awareness Network Incorporated (PAN Inc) today said Fletcher did not represent the beliefs or practices of witches and other pagans and had used the pretext of a witchcraft initiation to carry out his "despicable" crimes.
"Every community has its predators," PAN Victorian co-ordinator Marian Dalton said today.
"The pagan scene, sadly, is no exception.
"Fletcher doesn't represent who we are or what we do any more than pedophile priests represent the values and teachings of Christian churches."
PAN, which represents witches, pagans, and other followers of nature-based religions, said Fletcher's 10-year sentence was too lenient.
"No one in the pagan community that I have spoken to wants to see him released from jail," Ms Dalton said.
Fletcher was due for release earlier this year but his parole was revoked after authorities discovered he had engaged in "disturbing" correspondence with people in Ghana, West Africa.
Ms Dalton said Fletcher's failed 2004 attempt to sue Corrections Victoria and the Salvation Army using religious vilification laws had made it much harder for pagans with genuine complaints to be taken seriously.
"He's set back recognition and acceptance for our religion at least 10 years, a day for every day he's spent in prison," she said.
Daily Telegraph (30-5-2006)
Convicted Sex Offender Justified Crimes In Letters
Admitted sex offender and witch Robin Angus Fletcher has been warned not to repeat correspondence apparently justifying his criminal behaviour as he begins five years of state supervision.
Fletcher was jailed in 1998 for sex offences against two teenage girls, who were beaten and bound after being subjected to what were described in court as "mind-altering techniques".
He claimed to be a member of the Wiccan faith, and to have pagan childhood influences.
Yesterday in the Supreme Court, Justice Bill Gillard made orders endorsing Fletcher's supervision and providing for a review within three years.
Fletcher, 49, is to be freed on June 12 after serving eight years in prison for the offences against the two 15-year-olds. He was jailed in 1998 for 10 years, with an eight-year minimum.
Justice Gillard said parole was revoked for Fletcher after letters he wrote to a contact in the West African country of Ghana were intercepted at Ararat prison. The Justice said the letters advocated activities that could be crimes in Victoria. Justice Gillard said Fletcher's actions showed a man who believed his religious views permitted his behaviour.
Outside court, Fletcher's solicitor, Richard Oakley, said psychiatrists and psychologists had found no evidence that Fletcher was a pedophile. "He is now halfway through a law degree and it is his intention to abide by the law in the future," he said.
Marian Dalton, Victorian co-ordinator for the Pagan Awareness Network Incorporated, said Fletcher was a predator who tried to justify his actions through religion.
In 1998, Fletcher pleaded guilty to two counts of committing an indecent act with one of the girls, one each of committing an indecent act with and sexually penetrating the other girl, one count of child prostitution, and one of attempting to pervert the course of justice.
It was alleged Fletcher told one of the girls that she was a "chosen one" according to a Celtic prophesy, and would be destroyed by gods if she did not obey his demands.
David Grace, QC, for the Department of Justice, yesterday told Justice Gillard it was alleged there was a high degree of probability Fletcher would commit an at least one of 41 nominated offences against a child if released without supervision.
The Age (30-5-2006)
Teen Enslaver To Be Monitored
A male witch who turned teenage girls into sex slaves will be tracked by Victorian authorities for five years after he is released from jail.
Robin Fletcher, 49, has been in jail since 1996 for prostituting a child and sexual penetration and indecent acts against a child aged under 16.
Fletcher used hypnotism and mind-altering techniques to entice two 15-year-old girls into prostitution, sado-masochism and black magic, his trial was told.
He is due for release on June 12.
Fletcher consented in the Victorian Supreme Court today to a Department of Justice application for a five-year extended supervision order under the recently introduced Serious Sex Offenders Monitoring Act.
The order will allow the parole board to decide where Fletcher lives, restrict his movements and require him to undergo rehabilitation.
Justice Bill Gillard agreed Fletcher was at a high risk of committing similar offences if released unsupervised.
The Serious Sex Offenders Act allows for sex offenders to be monitored for up to 15 years after release from jail, and was first used against serial child-sex offender "Mr Baldy", Brian Keith Jones.
Justice Gillard will issue an order outlining the specific conditions of Fletcher's supervision later today.
Daily Telegraph (29-5-2006)
Sex Offender 'Witch' To Be Supervised
A self-proclaimed witch has agreed to five years' supervision by the State Government when he finishes his prison sentence next month for sexually assaulting two teenage girls.
Robin Angus Fletcher, 50, claimed before his sentencing in March 1998 that his bondage and scourging of the two 15-year-old girls was related to ancient witchcraft rites.
He was jailed for 10 years, with an eight-year minimum, and is due for release on June 12.
Under legislation enacted last year for serious sexual offenders, Fletcher could be supervised for up to 15 years, with a maximum of three years before review.
David Grace, QC, for the Department of Justice, said in the Supreme Court that it was agreed Fletcher would receive supervision for five years from June 12, with a review within three years.
He said Fletcher would be given special one-on-one rehabilitative programs and could apply for release from supervision if he proved by his conduct he was no longer a risk.
Earlier, Mr Grace told Justice Bill Gillard it was alleged it was highly probable Fletcher would commit at least one of 41 nominated offences against children if released without supervision.
The crimes included rape and sexual penetration of a child, indecent assault, loitering near a school and offences related to child pornography.
In 1998, Fletcher, formerly of Caulfield South, pleaded guilty to two counts of committing an indecent act with one girl, one count each of committing an indecent act with and sexually penetrating the other girl, and a further count of entering an agreement in which she would provide sex for payment.
He also pleaded guilty with a co-accused to attempting to pervert the course of justice.
The prosecution said during pre-sentence submissions in 1998 that Fletcher told one of the girls that she was a "chosen one" according to a Celtic prophesy and would be destroyed by gods if she did not obey his demands.
It was alleged that Fletcher, who had counselled the girl, showed her pornography and supplied her with drugs. He had also hit her with a belt, riding crop and paddle while she was naked except for a dog collar, wrist and ankle restraints.
According to the prosecution, Fletcher hit the other girl while she wore a collar and restraints, and had sex with her. He advertised over the internet her services as a schoolgirl prostitute, offering sadomasochistic practices, and had her work in an Armadale flat as a prostitute.
Justice Gillard adjourned proceedings until this afternoon.
The Age (29-5-2006)
Plan To Watch Over Sex Fiend
A predatory male witch who turned girls into slaves is likely to be put under virtual house arrest when he is freed from jail in a few months.
A Supreme Court judge will be asked to make sex offender Robin Fletcher the state's fourth prisoner subjected to an extended supervision order.
But if the location of his new home is suppressed, as happened in the three earlier cases, the public will not be told where he is living.
The Parole Board has refused to release Fletcher before the end of his maximum sentnece, but cannot hold him past June 11.
The board last week reversed an earlier decision to release Fletcher on parole in March after sexually explicit material was found in his cell at Aarat Prison.
Prison sources said letters written by him made it clear he had not been rehabilitated and raised grave concerns about his plans on release.
An extended supervision order would let the board dictate where Fletcher lived, restrict his movements and ban contact with children for up to 15 years.
The order could include a curfew, electronic monitoring, reporting requirements and compulsory participation in rehabilitation treatment programs.
Corrections Commissioner Kelvin Anderson confirmed Fletcher was being assessed with an application for an extended supervision order.
The new Serious Sex Offenders Monitoring Act was introduced last year and first used against serial child abuser Brian Keith Jones, better known as "Mr Baldy".
Fletcher, 49, is nearing the end of a 10-year maximum sentence for prostituting a child and sexual penetration and indecent acts against a child under 16.
The Supreme Court heard Fletcher used mind-altering techniques to entice two 15-year-old girls into prostitution, sadomasochism and black magic.
The court was told Fletcher dressed the girls in dog collars, bound their wrists and flogged them with a horse whip and paddle. He met his victims while acting as a counsellor.
The court was told he drugged the girls and told them their chances of becoming "priestesses of the dark covenant" relied on them having sex with a different man each week while he watched.
After he was arrested in 1996 Fletcher tried to arrange through his former de facto wife to pay $10,000 to have the girls killed so they could not tetify against him.
One of the girls had committed suicide since Fletcher was jailed.
Fletcher still has a personal ad on the Internet site asking people to write to him in Ararat Prison if they are interested in becoming his disciples or slaves.
He says he is "an occult and B and D master", interested in taboo subjects and invites inquiries from people interested in dedicating themselves to him and "the dark path".
Fletcher is believed to have refused to attend sex offender treatment courses in jail.
The Parole Board has refused to release him on several occasions since his eight-year minimum sentence expired on June 11, 2004, when he became eligible for parole.
But early this month the board decided to parole Fletcher from March 11 so he could be supervised for three months before his 10-year maximum sentence expired.
Parole Board spokesman David Provan said the board had tentatively granted Fletcher a three-month parole period subject to suitable accomodation being found and other requirements.
"However, information then came to the board's attention that was not available at the time of provisionally granting him parole," Mr Provan said.
"After considering this information, the board revoked his order for release,"
Mr Provan said Fletcher would become a registered sex offender on release and would be required to report for up to 15 years.
A Corrections source said Fletcher could be returned to jail within hours of his release if he refused to comply with the conditions of his supervision order.
"If he won't live where he's told, or doesn't follow any of the other conditions, he'll be back in like a flash," the source said.
Breaches of an order carry a jail term of up to five years.
Herald Sun (30-1-2006)
Sex Offender Seeks Slaves Online
ONE of Victoria's most notorious sex attackers is advertising for slaves and black magic disciples on the internet.
Self-proclaimed witch Robin Fletcher wants people to "dedicate themselves to me and to the dark path".
Fletcher, 49, claims on an internet site he was imprisoned for being a practising witch.
He does not reveal he is in Ararat jail serving a 10-year sentence for drugging, enslaving, sexually assaulting and prostituting two 15-year-old girls.
Authorities admit they are powerless to stop Fletcher, who is suing to stop Christian courses in Victorian jails.
Victims of crime advocate Noel McNamara said Fletcher was "recruiting his next lot of victims". "Fletcher is one sick fruitcake and he is grooming his next victims," Mr McNamara said.
"He is a very dangerous person and the fact he is advertising from prison is an absolute disgrace. The prison and judiciary should do something about blocking him."
Fletcher offers lessons in black magic, sadomasochism and the occult, and invites would-be witches to write to him in prison.
Mr McNamara said that even if Fletcher's mail was checked, letters could be smuggled into him.
The website, which has more than a million visitors a year, lists his address as Ararat jail.
Fletcher writes: "I seek disciples, slaves friends who are truly dedicated and interested . . . in dedicating themselves to me and to the dark path."
The US-based website did not respond to questions about why they posted the advertisement.
A spokeswoman for Correctional Services Commissioner Kelvin Anderson said prisoners did not have internet access.
"The advertisement was clearly placed on the prisoner's behalf by someone from outside the system," she said.
"Corrections Victoria is concerned about the advertisement but as the website is managed overseas, Corrections Victoria has no power to have it removed."
Victorian prisoners' mail was scanned by jail officers and anything inappropriate destroyed.
"Corrections Victoria would caution anyone against writing to prisoners listed on these sites," she said.
Fletcher met his victims while working as a counsellor. He drugged them and told them they would become "dark priestesses of the dark covenant", only if they had sex with a different man each week, while he watched.
He was caught by undercover police who responded to an internet advertisement offering a "submissive teen schoolgirl".
Fletcher has now launched legal action against the Salvation Army and authorities for allowing Christian courses in prisons.
Sunday Herald Sun (8-5-2005)
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