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Large parts of the commission's report into the Ballarat Diocese were redacted ahead of Pell's trial. Phil Nagle, an abuse survivor who gave evidence to the Royal Commission, said the High Court's decision was particularly tough given it came as the town, like balkarat rest of the country, is in virtual lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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