Friday 1 March 2019


Cardinal George Pell (right) accompanies Australia's worst paedophile priest

A top defence barrister has claimed that Cardinal George Pell has a 'reasonably good' chance of successfully appealing the Melbourne jury's unanimous guilty verdict.

George Pell's defence


Cardinal George Pell said that Germans suffered more than Jews during the Holocaust.

Pell said 'the little Jewish people' were shepherds who were morally and intellectually inferior to the ancient Egyptians.

Australian cardinal Pell - remarks on Jews 

Pell opposes intervention in Syria, which may have made him unpopular with the Kosher Nostra.

George Pell

In February 2019, Cardinal George Pell was found guilty of sexually abusing two boys.

George Pell - who is alleged to have sexually abused two choirboys, in Australia.

Cardinal George Pell's alleged victims were two 13-year-old boys on scholarships to the prestigious St Kevin's College.

In 1996, the two allegedly 'nicked off' from the procession following a Sunday mass and were allegedly caught drinking red sacramental wine in the priest's sacristy by Pell, newly installed as Archbishop of Melbourne.

No witnesses testified that they saw the boys leaving the ceremony or returning unexpectedly.

Pell said he always spoke to parishioners on the steps of the Cathedral immediately after saying mass.

The ten pieces of evidence George Pell used in his defence

Allegedly, in the sacristy (changing room), Pell, who was dressed in his ceremonial robes,  scolded the boys and then molested the pair. He then allegedly forced one to perform oral sex on him, the court was told.

One of the alleged victims, who has since died of an overdose, denied, to his parents, that he had ever been abused. 

"Choir members said this 'victim' became difficult at school. He became angry and even 'a bit of a bully' who began to dabble with heroin."

George Pell victim

The location of the alleged assault was in 'a public area' and 'Pell would have known that someone could have walked in at any moment'.

The complainant said that the sacristy door was wide open and altar servers were passing along the corridor.

The complainant's initial claim to police was that Pell had parted his vestments, but an alb (ankle length tunic) cannot be parted; it is like a seamless dress.

Why I find the George Pell verdict hard to believe | Coffee House

The victims said he caught them drinking sacramental red wine 'but only white was available'.

Andrew Bolt says he 'just can't accept' George Pell's guilty ... - Daily Mail

HOWEVER, there has been a lot of child abuse in Australia.

In June 2002, Pell was accused of having sexually abused a 12-year-old boy at a Roman Catholic youth camp in 1961 whilst a seminarian.



"A judge banned police prosecutors from using crucial evidence that Pell sexually assaulted two boys in a school swimming pool in the 1970s, which forced the DPP to drop the charges.

"Further, the Victorian police have refused to take witness statements from other George Pell victims including Dean Henry.

"Cardinal George Pell ritually abused James Shanahan. Further, Pell was in the audience during the Luciferian ritual I attended at St Mary’s Cathedral when I was 14 years old, and which I described in my Candy Girl amateur documentary.


View James Shanahan’s story here:

James Shanahan

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At 27 February 2019 at 05:05 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 27 February 2019 at 07:29 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 27 February 2019 at 09:41 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

Seems it is one of the persistent and hard-to-fight forms of corruption, to offer scapegoats and substitutes and innocent parties, instead of the real criminals

The corruption all dressed up with a 'court proceeding', 'judge' and maybe a 'jury' too

E.g., in the USA, some estimates are, that over 100,000 blacks are innocent, of the specific crimes for which they are imprisoned

But imposed 'celibacy' for clergy was always a mistake ... Strange of the Vatican to be getting so 'liberal' on many things but still leaving that old rule in place

At 28 February 2019 at 01:49 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Strange of the Vatican to be getting so 'liberal' on many things but still leaving that old rule in place"

Nothing strange. All planned since ancient times.

At 28 February 2019 at 08:00 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Australia hides George Pell's ritual abuse crimes


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