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US ex-Cardinal McCarrick pleads not guilty to sexual assault

By DW
12 September 2021   |   1:54 pm
Theodore McCarrick has been accused of molestation by altar boys and seminarians in three states. Following the allegations, he became the most powerful Catholic official in modern times to be removed from the church.

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