Melbourne: police want change in Church abuse investigations
Catholic World News - April 22, 2010
Australian police are pressing for a change in the way Church authorities in Melbourne investigate sex-abuse complaints. The Church uses an independent investigator to respond to such complaints. Law-enforcement officials say that the investigator, Peter O'Callaghan, has compromised police probes by warning suspects that they are being investigated.
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