Retired Bishop, Winner of the Worthless Nobel Peace Prize Accused of Abuses

Retired East Timor Bishop Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo, 74, has been accused by Groene.nl, a left-wing Dutch oligarch weekly, of abusing teenagers and seminarians in the 1980s.

Belo received the 1996 Nobel Peace Prize for opposing the then Indonesian occupation of East Timor.

According to Groene.nl, the allegations were widely known locally. There are reportedly "dozens" of people who claim to have been victimised by the bishop.

Belo retired in 2002 at the age of 54, returned to his order, the Salesians, and became a missionary in Mozambique. He now lives in Portugal.

The allegations against Belo were seemingly known to the Vatican when he resigned. Since then, Belo has been under a Vatican-ordered travel restriction and cannot return to his home country.

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