Australia – Top Vatican Cardinal Accused Of Multiple Sexual Assaults

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Australian police say they have charged the pope’s chief financial adviser and Australia’s most senior Catholic with multiple sexual assault charges. Cardinal George Pell is the highest-ranking Vatican official to be charged in the Catholic Church’s long-running sexual abuse scandal. “Cardinal Pell like any other defendant has a right to due process…it’s important it’s allowed to…






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