Friday 20 May 2022 08:22 AM Devil worshipper Robin Bristow may face charges over bid to teach Satanism in ... trends now

Friday 20 May 2022 08:22 AM Devil worshipper Robin Bristow may face charges over bid to teach Satanism in ... trends now
Friday 20 May 2022 08:22 AM Devil worshipper Robin Bristow may face charges over bid to teach Satanism in ... trends now

Friday 20 May 2022 08:22 AM Devil worshipper Robin Bristow may face charges over bid to teach Satanism in ... trends now

A man potentially facing perjury charges over a legal bid to have Satanism taught at Queensland schools has emerged from court smiling, saying: 'Satanists always tell the truth'.

Noosa Temple of Satan founder Robin Bristow has been referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions and Queensland Police for allegedly lying in his testimony.

Mr Bristow - who also calls himself Brother Samael Demo-Gorgon - faced a Brisbane Supreme Court judge on Friday to explain why he should not be prosecuted.    

Robin Bristow, who also goes by the name of Brother Samael Demo-Gorgon when in costume, could face prosecution after being accused of lying in a bid to get Satanism taught in schools

Robin Bristow, who also goes by the name of Brother Samael Demo-Gorgon when in costume, could face prosecution after being accused of lying in a bid to get Satanism taught in schools 

After an August 2021 hearing, Justice Martin Burns dismissed the temple's application to challenge the state government's refusal to let the group offer religious instruction at schools before taking aim at Mr Bristow.

Justice Burns said he had no doubt parts of Mr Bristow's affidavit were untrue.

Mr Bristow was asked to show cause why he should not be referred to the DPP and police but he did not offer any submissions on Friday.

'We do not resist,' said defence barrister Chris Wilson acting for Mr Bristow.

Noosa Temple of Satan member Trevor Bell (pictured left) backed the truthfulness of the group's founder Robin Bristow (right) after a  judge referred him for possible perjury charges

Noosa Temple of Satan member Trevor Bell (pictured left) backed the truthfulness of the group's founder Robin Bristow (right) after a  judge referred him for possible perjury charges

Mr Bristow emerged from court all smiles after Justice Burns referred documents including affidavits and a transcript of his evidence to the DPP and police to consider whether criminal action be pursued.

'Satanists always tell the truth,' he said.

'Satanists have great plans for the future of Australia.

'Hail Scott Morrison and hail Satan.'

Temple member Trevor Bell launched the application, asking the court to set

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