Two men belonging to a cornish white witches' coven have been found guilty of a string of ritualistic sex attacks on young girls - some believed to be as young as three.
Peter Petrauske, who's 72, and 69 year old Jack Kemp, gave their victims alcohol before putting on ceremonial robes and assaulting them at houses in Falmouth and Hayle, during the 1970s. The men are due to be sentenced this afternoon.
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