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French judge refuses to block movie on abuse scandal (AP)

Catholic Culture Wednesday, 20 February 2019
A French priest’s attorneys “said the picture depicted allegations against their client as facts and should have been blocked because it does not respect the presumption of innocence,” according to the report.
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