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Ex-archbishop has conviction for concealing abuse quashed

WorldNews Thursday, 6 December 2018 ()
Ex-archbishop has conviction for concealing abuse quashedFormer Australian archbishop Philip Wilson has had his conviction for concealing child abuse quashed A former Australian archbishop sentenced for concealing child abuse had his conviction quashed Thursday, after winning his appeal. Philip Wilson had been charged with concealing crimes by late paedophile priest Jim Fletcher in the Hunter region of New...
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