Royal commission has to ‘name and shame’

The Australian

Stuart Rintoul
From:The Australian
April 02, 2013

VICTIM advocates have urged the child sexual abuse royal commission to use its powers aggressively to go to the heart of institutional cover up, while also expressing the hope the inquiry does not become adversarial.

With the royal commission to begin in Melbourne tomorrow , Broken Rites researcher Wayne Chamley said he had urged the commission to follow paper trails within the Catholic Church and use its subpoena powers to go “right up the line” to bring the church hierarchy into the dock.

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