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Displaying items by tag: Cardinal Pell

Monday, 11 May 2020 11:19

Pell Derangement Syndrome

Pell Derangement Syndrome is alive and well, post the High Court's exoneration of the Cardinal.  The reactions of the Get Pellers, while entirely predictable, are a cause of considerable concern, not just to supporters of the Cardinal, but to all who value a civilised society and proportional responses to past heinous sexual crimes against the young.

Published in Catholic

Whatever the outcome of the upcoming High Court appeal by Cardinal Pell against his conviction on sex abuse charges, and despite the continuing social media tirades against the man and the undying hatred expressed by Pell haters against his small band of public defenders, there has been a recent, ever-so-subtle turn in elite opinion towards the possibility of an Alfred Dreyfus/Lindy Chamberlain scenario here.  That the man may have been wrongly convicted.  This is evidenced by some support for Pell’s innocence from unlikely quarters, and suggests hope against hope for justice.

Published in Catholic
Monday, 06 January 2020 01:04

The Incredible Kid

Just how ‘credible’ was The Kid’s testimony against Pell? [What follows is hard-going but I recommend you read it all and get to the end. The truth is revealed.]

Published in The Freedoms Project
Tuesday, 31 December 2019 02:37

Cardinal Pell And The Appeal Court Judges

One hope remains for George Cardinal Pell: that the High Court of Australia will overturn his guilty verdict.

Published in Catholic
Monday, 04 March 2019 10:05

The Vendetta Against Cardinal Pell

Australian George Cardinal Pell has been found guilty in a Melbourne court of sexual abuse of two boys under the age of 16, including oral sex, and is now in prison awaiting sentencing: probably a term of several years. An appeal is being lodged by his legal team.

   But is he guilty?

Published in Christianity