The case of the Pope : Vatican accountability for human rights abuse / by Geoffrey Robertson Robertson, Geoffrey

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Robertson, Geoffrey
Subjects
Benedict, XVI, Pope 1927-.; Privileges and immunities, Ecclesiatical.; Child sexual abuse by clergy (Canon law)
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Adult; General
Summary
The Case of the Pope delivers a devastating indictment of the way the Vatican has been wrongly elevated to statehood and allowed to exploit its powers - not only to demean gays and women and damage UN efforts to combat AIDS but, in particular, to run a secret legal system that shields paedophiles from criminal trial and punishment.
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