Australia's Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years in jail for child sex abuse
(ROUGH CUT - NO REPORTER NARRATION) Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in jail on Wednesday (March 13) by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s.
Pell, a former top adviser to Pope Francis, is the most senior Catholic worldwide to be convicted for child sex offences.
The offences against two 13-year-old boys took place after Sunday mass in late 1996 and early 1997 in a room and a corridor at St Patrick's Cathedral, in Melbourne, where Pell was archbishop.
Kidd made it clear the sentence was based solely on the crimes Pell was convicted of by the jury, and that Pell was not to be made a scapegoat for the failings or perceived failings of the Catholic Church.
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