A clip of a satanic ritual appeared to have been accidentally aired during a segment on police dog welfare on Australian broadcaster ABC TV's nightly news broadcast. Screengrab/Twitter
An Australian broadcaster included footage of a satanic ritual in a segment on police dog welfare.
The clip showed three people beside an upside-down cross, one of whom proclaims: "Hail, Satan!"
The clip likely came from the Noosa Temple of Satan, an Australian group pushing for Satanists to be allowed to give religious classes in schools.
Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
An Australian broadcaster accidentally aired a clip of a satanic meeting during its nightly news broadcast, giving viewers an unexpected glimpse into the religious ceremonies of a satanic group based in Queensland.
The clip was broadcast during a nightly news program aired by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, which is also known as ABC TV. It starts with a segment on police dog welfare, showing suit-clad men standing outside a building, but quickly cuts to a visual of three people wearing black and standing beside a brightly lit, upside-down cross.
"Hail, Satan!" one of them loudly proclaims, before the clip cuts out.
ABC TV presenter Yvonne Yong continued with the broadcast after the clip of the satanic ritual aired.
It is not known how the clip of the ritual made its way into a segment on police dogs. ABC TV did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider.
The footage might have come from a Facebook video of the Noosa Temple of Satan, a satanic group based in Queensland, Australia. The same clip is seen at the eight-minute mark of the group's live-stream from October 30.
The Noosa Temple, which is composed of self-described Satanists, recently made the news in Australia. Led by its founder Robin Bristow, who is better known by the name "Brother Samael Demo-Gorgon," the group is pushing for the Australian government to allow Satanists to teach religious classes in schools, per an August 12 report by the Brisbane Times.
Read the original article on Insider
FREE email alerts of the most important BANNED videos in the world
Get FREE email alerts of the most important BANNED videos in the world that are usually blacklisted by YouTube, Facebook, Google, Twitter and Vimeo. Watch documentaries the techno-fascists don't want you to know even exist. Join the free Brighteon email newsletter. Unsubscribe at any time. 100% privacy protected.
Your privacy is protected. Subscription confirmation required.