Child sexual abuse charges in Canada pursue a priest in hiding in France, What's the story?

Child sexual abuse charges in Canada pursue a priest in hiding in France, What's the story? Canadian police have again charged a priest who has fled justice and is in hiding in France, sexually assaulting Inuit children, the country's indigenous ethnicity, CBC Canada website reported.  Canadian police have again charged a priest who has fled justice and is in hiding in France, sexually assaulting Inuit children, the country's indigenous ethnicity, CBC Canada website reported .  Victims of priest Johannes Revoir, 93, say he has evaded justice for decades, and returned to the spotlight this week after he was the subject of a request from the Inuit leader, Natan Obed, for the Pope to personally intervene in his case.  This came during a visit by a delegation of indigenous groups to the Vatican, during which they met the Pope and requested the return of Revoir to Canada "to prosecute him for his actions and the damages he caused", and called on him to use his "influence with the appropriate authorities" to extradite Revoir or try him in France.  Canadian police said an arrest warrant was issued last month for Revoir, who currently lives in Lyon, France.  Revoir worked in a missionary called Oblates of Mary Immaculate with Inuit peoples in the 1960s and 1970s before returning to France in 1993.

Canadian police have again charged a priest who has fled justice and is in hiding in France, sexually assaulting Inuit children, the country's indigenous ethnicity, CBC Canada website reported.

Canadian police have again charged a priest who has fled justice and is in hiding in France, sexually assaulting Inuit children, the country's indigenous ethnicity, CBC Canada website reported .

Victims of priest Johannes Revoir, 93, say he has evaded justice for decades, and returned to the spotlight this week after he was the subject of a request from the Inuit leader, Natan Obed, for the Pope to personally intervene in his case.

This came during a visit by a delegation of indigenous groups to the Vatican, during which they met the Pope and requested the return of Revoir to Canada "to prosecute him for his actions and the damages he caused", and called on him to use his "influence with the appropriate authorities" to extradite Revoir or try him in France.

Canadian police said an arrest warrant was issued last month for Revoir, who currently lives in Lyon, France.

Revoir worked in a missionary called Oblates of Mary Immaculate with Inuit peoples in the 1960s and 1970s before returning to France in 1993.
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