Victims left reeling from shock Pell decision

By Melissa Cunningham
Updated December 23 2015 - 10:09pm, first published December 11 2015 - 5:17pm
SHOCKED: Clergy sex abuse survivors Andrew Collins and David Ridsdale outside the County Court with supporter Daniel Mellmann after news broke Cardinal George Pell would no longer front the inquiry. Picture: Melissa Cunningham
SHOCKED: Clergy sex abuse survivors Andrew Collins and David Ridsdale outside the County Court with supporter Daniel Mellmann after news broke Cardinal George Pell would no longer front the inquiry. Picture: Melissa Cunningham

CLERGY sex abuse survivors have been left reeling by news Cardinal George Pell will not be appearing at the child sex abuse inquiry next week. Victim and nephew of disgraced priest Gerald Ridsdale said the lives of survivors had been thrown into turmoil again. 

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