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PostPosted: Sat Apr 17, 2010 11:36 am 
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The Child Rights Information Network wrote:
12 April 2010 - Richard Dawkins, the British scientist and Christopher Hitchens, the British-American author and journalist - both vocal atheists - support efforts to ascertain whether Pope Benedict XVI can be arrested and tried when he comes to Britain in September.

Hitchens is paying lawyers to look into the possibility of prosecuting the pope for crimes against humanity in the wake of the sex abuse scandal that has embroiled the Catholic Church worldwide.

"It is clearly a crime against humanity to be complicit in the cover-up of a crime against humanity, and that would be susceptible to being heard before the ICC (International Criminal Court) in The Hague" Stephens told Deutsche Welle (a German newspaper).

http://www.crin.org/resources/infodetail.asp?id=22360

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