This undated file photo shows Priest Mansour Labaki
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Mansour Labaki, a Lebanese priest convicted of pedophilia in 2012 by the Vatican, broke his silence on the affair Sunday, denying any crime and accusing the top Catholic authority of corruption.Labaki, 74, was convicted by the Vatican in April 2012 of sexually abusing at least three children, as well as soliciting sex.Labaki filed an appeal last year, but the court held up the verdict.His lawyer has since filed a lawsuit with the Lebanese judiciary against those involved in accusations against Labaki.
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