MP3: Victim advocates criticise Vic Catholic Church abuse stats

07.06.2013

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Victim advocates criticise Vic Catholic Church abuse stats MP3

In its final submission to the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into the Handling of Child Sexual Abuse, the Catholic Church has revised the number of complaints it has upheld from 618 to 849. The Church acknowledges that these figures come from only the five Catholic entities that gave evidence to the inquiry and do not therefore cover the whole state. Victims advocates say the figures are likely to be just the tip o... Source: abc.net.au

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