Italian priest charged with seeking favors from immigrants
Catholic World News - June 25, 2014
An Italian priest who works with immigrants has been arrested on charges of sexual abuse.
Father Sergio Librizii was arrested at his residence in Trapani, on the Sicilian coast. Prosecutors charged that he had sought sexual favors from male refugees, promising them favorable treatment. The priest is also suspected of taking bribes.
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