‘Witchcraft paedo ring’ girl reveals horror as ‘witches pointed wands at her’ and was allegedly forced into oven

A GIRL who was allegedly the victim of a child sex and witchcraft ring was locked in an oven, fridge and cupboard and had “spells” cast on her, jurors have heard.

The child was one of several teenagers who were allegedly abused – some of which were apparently filmed.

Seven men and four women are on trial at the High Court in Glasgow facing an indictment totaling 32 charges


Seven men and four women are on trial at the High Court in Glasgow facing an indictment totaling 32 chargesPhoto credit: Alamy

Police were alerted in 2020 when a man who knew the children reported what he had been told about the alleged incident.

He agreed today that he was “driven by his principles and conscience” to help the youngsters.

Seven men and four women are on trial at the High Court in Glasgow. The indictment lists a total of 32 counts that allegedly occurred in the city between January 2010 and October 2020.

The allegations concern four children who are accused of, among other things, rape, other sexual crimes, witchcraft and attempted murder.

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The witness told the jury today how he met the young people through his work and from church.

The man and his wife ended up spending time in each other’s company on various occasions.

The court heard the man first had concerns about the children around March 2020.

This happened after an incident with one of the girls while they were with her.

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The man told how he soon began documenting claims some of the children were making about members of the group.

He then sent a series of emails detailing allegations to Police Scotland, which were presented to the court today.

This included an allegation that one of the girls was “put in an oven” and locked up.

The same child was also allegedly locked in a refrigerator and locked in a closet with “bugs and spiders in it.”

Hearing this read out in court, the man said today: “This is a nightmare in real time. Listening to that is pretty disturbing.”

In another email, the same girl reportedly stated that she “didn’t like it when the witches pointed their wands at her” and “cast a spell” on the child.

The man noticed two of the other children talking about a group of “witches and wizards.”

They were said to have been pressured to take part in “occult practices”.

The court also heard of a “Ouija board” that could be used to “talk to the dead and spirits.”

One email mentioned allegations of “rape nights,” “dancing and sex nights,” and “dog slaughter nights.”

Among the animals allegedly cut up and stabbed was a border collie that belonged to one of the “circles.”

Another email presented to the court detailed the alleged sexual abuse of some children.

One of the girls was also forced to eat pot noodle without water at the Beastie House.

The same child later went on to say, “It’s not nice when people laugh at you when you’re feeling bad.”

Prosecutor Kath Harper asked the man if the children were upset as they discussed the allegations.

The witness: “The boy thought about what had happened a few times, but for the most part it was just a fact… like he was going over it in his head and discussing it again.”

Owens’ KC Gary Allan later questioned the witness.

The defense attorney once said to him: “You were driven by your principles and your conscience to do everything you could to help them?”

The witness replied that this was the case.

When Mr Allan first met the children there was “no indication” of any allegations of abuse or witchcraft. The man agreed that this was not the case.

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Iain Owens, 45, Elaine Lannery, 39, Lesley Williams, 41, Paul Brannan, 41, Marianne Gallagher, 38, Scott Forbes, 50, Barry Watson, 47, Mark Carr, 50, Richard Gachagan, 45, Leona Laing, 51, and John Clark, 47, deny the allegations they face.

The trial before Judge Lord Beckett continues.

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Edmuns DeMars

Edmund DeMarche is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Edmund DeMarche joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing edmund@ustimespost.com.

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