POPE FRANCIS' PEDOPHILE NETWORK IMPLODING
Accused of Pedophilia
Published on Jun 30, 2017
Pell told the inquiry via videolink from Rome that he was a priest in the Australian city of Ballarat in 1974 when an unnamed student at St. Patrick's College told him that Christian Brothers teacher Edward Dowlan "is misbehaving with boys."
Asked by commission chairman Peter McClellan what he did about it, Pell replied: "I didn't do anything about it."
One victim, Peter Blenkiron appeared to be struggling with tears as he said he was having a "strong emotional response" to Pell's lack of empathy.
Earlier, critics had questioned if Pell’s occupation of the spacious office of the bank’s president was a way of showing an increased assertion over the bank. Subsequently, questions were also raised on who really led the bank -- the commission or Pell -- the Associated Press (AP) reported. The latest step clarifies that Pell will not have any direct authority over the bank, which is officially known as the Institute for Works of Religion, and is managed by cardinals who directly report to the pope.