Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Paedophile priest who 'took taxi to home of his abuse victim, 13 who killed himself, to check if he had left a suicide note'.

Andrew Nash, 13, (pictured), returned home late one evening after school and appeared to be out of sorts, the Royal Commission heard

Following 13-year-old Andrew Nash's suicide in 1974, a now-famous pedophile Marist brother swung up to his home and asked his mom whether the kid had left a note.

(The Marist Brothers of the Schools, commonly known as simply the Marist Brothers, is an international community of Catholic Religious Institute of Brother).

Marist Brother Francis William Cable arrived to a 13-year-old students home after he committed suicide to make sure there was no note which can be used as evidence, a royal commission has heard

Over four decades later, the Newcastle kid's 90-year-old mother, Audrey Nash trusts the sibling had been sexually manhandling her child at the Marist Brothers secondary school in Hamilton, north of Sydney, an royal commission has listened.

Audrey Nash on Tuesday pulled over a cab driver and instructing him to get an emergency vehicle and a minister subsequent to discovering her child hanging in his room in October, 1974.

Three clerics and three Marist siblings including Andrew's class master Brother Romuald turned up, she said.

Brother Romuald, whose real name is Francis Cable, asked whether Andrew had left a note or said anything.

'I said "no"," Ms Nash told the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Chi

Both Ms Nash and one of her different children, known as CQT, affirmed they trust the siblings went to their home to ensure no cursing proof was left after Andrew's demise.

She said she went to speak to another priest about her suspicions of abuse in 2012.
'Look Aud, it's been going on forever,' she recalled him saying.

'The Romans had their little boys, the Greeks had their little boys and the English aristocrats had their little boys.'

The royal commission has heard children were raped and groped at Andrew's and CQT's high school, Marist Brothers at Hamilton.

Marist Brother Francis William Cable, is charged with abusing 21 boys

Source AAP