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  1. Here's what gets me about this particular case: They can't be suggesting that Ratzinger was hiding or protecting this priest, because really – wasn't this a case of a priest who was already charged and convicted in a public court?

    For myself, these accusations against Ratzinger are just solidifying my support of him. They're overblown and ridiculous, and smell of a 'get him at any costs!' move. Especially given what standards he's introduced since becoming Pope.

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