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Disgraced Cardinal George Pell loses appeal, considers going to High Court

SBS Wednesday, 21 August 2019
Disgraced Catholic Cardinal George Pell's appeal has been dismissed.
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News video: Cardinal George Pell Loses Appeal Against Child Sex Abuse Conviction

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Tthe judges who upheld Pell's conviction said they "did not experience a doubt" about the verdict after reviewing all of the evidence.

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