A California judge has ruled that Mexico Cardinal Norberto Rivera, who leads the world's largest Roman Catholic archdiocese, won't face trial in the United States on allegations that he covered up the actions of a pedophile priest.
A California judge has ruled that Mexico Cardinal Norberto Rivera, who leads the world's largest Roman Catholic archdiocese, won't face trial in the United States on allegations that he covered up the actions of a pedophile priest. MCT
A California judge has ruled that Mexico Cardinal Norberto Rivera, who leads the world's largest Roman Catholic archdiocese, won't face trial in the United States on allegations that he covered up the actions of a pedophile priest. MCT

Mexican cardinal won't face U.S. trial in sex suit

October 16, 2007 06:37 PM

UPDATED October 17, 2007 12:34 PM

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