The dissenting judge, Justice Mark Weinberg, said: “Objectively speaking, this was always going to be a problematic case. The complainant’s allegations against the applicant were, to one degree or …More
The dissenting judge, Justice Mark Weinberg, said: “Objectively speaking, this was always going to be a problematic case. The complainant’s allegations against the applicant were, to one degree or another, implausible. In the case of the second incident, even that is an understatement.
“That is not so by reason of the complainant having alleged that he had been sexually abused, in the past, by a senior Catholic cleric. Sadly, as we have come to appreciate, there is nothing wholly improbable about allegations of that kind being true.
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS Cardinal Pell's appeal to go to High Court

News Weekly, November 16, 2019
Until Cdl. Pell is acquitted and free, this isn't over. Let's curb our enthusiasm, eh?
The devil has his hour but God wins the day, this has been nothing but a scandal for Australia. It has shown the world just how corrupt they can be!
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