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George Pell guilty: Will the cardinal go to jail?

The Age Tuesday, 26 February 2019
George Pell guilty: Will the cardinal go to jail?Cardinal George Pell, once a trusted advisor to Pope Francis and Australia’s highest-ranking Catholic official, has been found guilty of sexually abusing two choirboys in St Patrick’s Cathedral in East Melbourne 22 years ago.
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Catholic Cardinal George Pell found guilty in Australia of sexual offenses against children.

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