Death of Daniel Morcombe
13-year-old Daniel James Morcombe was kidnapped in Queensland, Australia, in 2003.
In August 2011 Brett Peter Cowan (Cohen) was charged with Morcombe's murder.
Pedophile Ring: Daniel Morcombe
An anonymous caller told Dan's father that a pedophile ring was involved.
* It took a full year for police to draw up the first set of suspect composites and 3 years for police to draw up the second set of potential suspect composites from interviews conducted with a handful of women.
* There was a proven nationwide pedophile ring operating in Australia.
* Witnesses saw 2 males in the suspicious blue car around the bus stop at the time Dan was abducted.
Dartanyon Hurst, last seen at a skate park (South Australia Police)
In 1991, police in Perth, in Australia, linked Scott Gozenton, a Satanist, with organized child sexual abuse.
His lawyer claimed 13 satanic covens existed in the area, holding orgies involving children (List of satanic ritual abuse allegations.)
In 1997, ABC newsreader Rod Young tells viewers snuff films have allegedly been produced in Brisbane, citing alleged existence of video tape shot on the bank of the Brisbane river, in which a young male person is murdered.
Young claims someone alleges police are aware of the existence of this tape, and alleges high level police and government corruption. (The 2000 disappearance of Steven Goldsmith from Brisbane Australia .)
In 1999, two journalists from Australia's Sun-Herald claimed to have seen evidence of the ritual abuse of children.
They interviewed six mothers whose children had disclosed experiences of SRA and organised abuse in New South Wales.
The children's disclosures were corroborating, although they had never met one another, and they had been able to draw representations of "satanic" ritual sites which were similar to ritual sites uncovered by police on the central coast of New South Wales. (List of satanic ritual abuse allegations. )
Reportedly, Mossad operative Zev Barkan and his accomplices ran a studio making snuff and porno movies in the Mekong River town of Pen Yauin in Cambodia. (The 2000 disappearance of Steven Goldsmith from Brisbane Australia.)