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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

NOTORIOUS Paedophile Priest Terrence Pidoto To Face More Charges of Appalling New Crimes.

NOTORIOUS paedophile priest Terrence Pidoto will be interviewed behind bars after a string of new alleged victims came forward accusing him of appalling new crimes.
A magistrate yesterday granted detectives from Taskforce Sano access to the convicted paedophile for four hours to be interviewed over the allegations.
Taskforce Sano was set up to investigate historical and new allegations that have emanated from the Victorian parliamentary inquiry into child sex abuse.
Sen-Det David Rae told magistrate Catherine Lamble eight male victims had come forward and given statements to police.
“The victims are alleging sexual assaults of an historical nature,” Sen-Det Rae said
Pidoto was jailed in 2007 for seven years after being found guilty of 11 charges including rape and indecently assaulting a child under 16.
He is eligible for parole this year.
Pidoto was ordained in 1971 aged 26 and began his sordid sex activity just a year later.
He took one 14-year-old boy to the Corpus Christi seminary, in Melbourne’s east, where he raped and abused him on several occasions between 1972 and 1973.
Assaults on two 15-year-old boys occurred at St Clare’s Catholic parish in Box Hill in 1978 and 1979, while Pidoto was an assistant parish priest.
A 12-year-old boy became Pidoto’s fourth victim after the priest officiated at the boy’s sister’s wedding.
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