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George Pell: Behind Bars

19 December 2020

9:00 AM

19 December 2020

9:00 AM

George Cardinal Pell, Prison Journal Volume 1, The Cardinal Makes His Appeal George Pell

Ignatius Press, pp.348, $39.95

This is the prison diary that should never have been written because Cardinal George Pell should never have been in gaol in the first place. He should never have been investigated, never have been charged and never have been convicted. As the High Court ultimately found, the case against him was always inherently implausible, to the point of being almost impossible.

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