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‘There was a reason why my son died … And the reason was Pell.’

‘There was a reason why my son died … And the reason was Pell.’

The father of one of George Pell's victims might feel justice is finally being done, but he still feels anger toward Pell and the Church.

If conservatives lose Pell they lose everything

If conservatives lose Pell they lose everything

Crikey readers on the Pell judgment, the rule of law, the teaching crisis and Confucius Institutes.

The anarchists are in the building

The anarchists are in the building

After George Pell, high-profile people have signed out from the police, the courts, the jury system, the burden of proof and the entire rule of law. Welcome to the new abnormal.

Is Australia really in a position to dictate terms with China?

Is Australia really in a position to dictate terms with China?

Crikey readers on Australia's trade future with China, and the Pell decision.

Morrison takes social media agenda to G7

Morrison takes social media agenda to G7

Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison has arrived at an already tumultuous G7 summit in France, and George Pell is set to take his conviction to the High Court. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

The Pell culture war rolls on…

The Pell culture war rolls on…

The appeal result has drawn progressives and leftists even tighter into an embrace with a justice system they would and should be suspicious about.

Pell considers High Court appeal

Pell considers High Court appeal

Good morning, early birds. The conviction of George Pell may make its way to the High Court, and Australia agrees to another military excursion to the Middle East. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.

Pell is guilty. The law has spoken. Again.

Pell is guilty. The law has spoken. Again.

Anyone attacking the trial verdict, attacking the appeal decision, or ignoring the facts is recklessly undermining the rule of law. There can be no place for it.

Cheers and confrontation outside court as Pell’s appeal is dismissed

Cheers and confrontation outside court as Pell’s appeal is dismissed

Pell's return to the Melbourne Assessment Prison is, for survivors at least, a wonderful day that “upholds hope”.

George Pell and the meaning of ‘reasonable doubt’

George Pell and the meaning of ‘reasonable doubt’

George Pell's verdict will stand or fall this week on the question of reasonable doubt. But what exactly does that mean in this case?