Retired Catholic priest Edward Sedevic banned from internet after being charged over allegedly accessing child sex abuse content from Canadian website
NEIL KEENE THE DAILY TELEGRAPH NOVEMBER 27, 2013
A RETIRED Catholic priest allegedly part of an international child porn ring has been banned from using the internet or going anywhere near children aged 18 and under.
Police allege they found four DVDs and two computer movie files depicting the sexual abuse of children in the possession of former Central Coast priest Edward Sedevic, 72, in August.
Earlier this month it was revealed Sedevic was among more than 340 people charged globally with accessing a Canadian child pornography website.
Appearing in court this morning for the first time since those revelations, Sedevic did not speak and did not enter a plea to six charges of possessing child abuse material and one charge of using the internet to access the material in 2010.
Magistrate Susan McIntyre continued Sedevic’s strict bail conditions, which require him to report three times a week to police.
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