From Chile (need help with translation):
On Wednesday [2 April, 2014] the prosecution presented a warrant of prosecution to the East Fourth Court of Santiago for alleged sexual abuse against the priest John O'Reilly, according to the newspaper El Mercurio. The same morning, sources linked to the case said that the prosecution would ask the court that the priest received two sentences of ten years and one day in prison.
After seven months of investigation, the Sex Crimes Unit, which had the backing of prosecutors Lorena Parra and Carmen Gloria Guevara, was determined to prosecute the priest O'Reilly as the alleged perpetrator of improper repeated sexual abuse against two sisters aged 7 and 11 years.
Accusations include more than 100 witnesses and experts who will present for the prosecution in the trial, attempting to prove the charges against John O'Reilly which have yet to be detailed.
In the accusations,the prosecutors recognized O'Reilly's previously irreproachable conduct. However, as he is being charged for crimes that were repeated, it was decided to raise the penalty a grade, which would lead to more than 20 years in prison if found guilty.