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George Pell: Australia court jails cardinal for six years

BBC News Wednesday, 13 March 2019
George Pell: Australia court jails cardinal for six yearsCardinal George Pell is the most senior Catholic ever convicted of child sexual abuse.
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News video: Australian Cardinal Pell convicted of sexual offences against 2 minors

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Australian Cardinal Pell has been convicted of sexual offences against 2 minors, and sentenced to six years in prison. Pell is the most senior member of the Catholic Church to have been convicted, but remains a Cardinal pending further investigation by the Vatican.

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