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Sat Mar 23, 2013, 10:41 AM

1. Who knows. The pope is his boss, so he certainly has reason to

to say this now, but without certain evidence either way, I don't know how we can come to a conclusion.

Without evidence, no one should be publicly accused of such a crime. But even uncertain evidence, if there is enough and it is reasonably plausible, can justify suspicion and concern--and a cautious "wait and see" attitude.

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