George Pell is being sued by a victim of the church, one who claims that the disgraced cardinal knew explicitly about these abuses, and did nothing about it.
Well, it’s morning. We know the identity of the Darwin shooter, George Pell’s appeal is scheduled for today and Kevin Hart will catch your bus to shout at you. Go back to sleep.
The news of George Pell’s conviction has the populace of one Victorian prison rushing to welcome him in the proper fashion.
So there we have it. George Pell will indeed spend a chunk of his remaining life in prison. But to those who feel it should have been longer, or that justice was not done, I suggest that we focus on what is truly important.
It’s official. George Pell will be spending tonight in jail after his legal term withdrew his application for bail.
Last night, both Andrew Bolt and Miranda Devine chose personal opinion over evidence and the ruling of a court. In my personal opinion, both should be held responsible.
With George Pell found guilty and the media gag order lifted, there’s a lot we need to catch up on. If you have any questions about the particular case, here are your answers.
Well, the Pell tolls for thee, as Cardinal George has faced the court and entered a plea of not guilty over numerous sexual offences.
It’s not a good time to be a Catholic in Australia. But to assume we’re all morally questionable theological dinosaurs is not only unfair, but shows a fundamentalist devotion to ignorance.
The Court of Public Opinion is back in session this week (via video link) to collectively sentence Cardinal George Pell. Get Judgin’
Innocent until proven otherwise, whatever Pell’s outcome, it must eliminate the society of abuse in the Catholic Church system – Rob Idol