An article was sent to this blog from The Clinic in Chile. Here is a pdf of the article in Spanish.
The following is an abbreviate explanation of the case and the article:
"It is a lengthy and detailed account of a current court case against Fr. Jorge Carillo [sic] L.C. in Chile.
Some interesting points are that the abuse and possible rape took place in the novitiate when the girl was ten and her older brother was a novice. She says her family asked the priest to give her spiritual guidance during their family visits. In these occasions he began touching her and on their third visit she ran away and he followed her and raped her in a forested area.
Six years later, in 2006, her teacher in Mano Amiga (L.C. school) said she noticed that [the girl] was down and seemed unhappy. She asked [the girl] what was wrong and the girl told her part of what had happened, that a LC priest had touched her. That evening the teacher consulted with the school psychologist who spoke to the girl the following day. The FOLLOWING day again, and according to protocol, the psychologist spoke to the school director, who then called in the parents and the child. The school then called the police.
Three months later they were told that a tribunal had deemed that the statute of limitations had passed and that it was too late to charge the priest. The Mano Amiga school paid for her to receive specialist psychiatric treatment. During this treatment the girl admitted the rape for the first time.
[...] it would seem that two court cases were presented against Carillo, one for abuse and the second for rape, and that they were closed with no convictions. Currently a third court case is underway, presented by the national service for minors. After the second case finished, Carillo was sent to .
At the moment the [court is] waiting on a psychological evaluation of Carillo [sic] and [...] a face to face between Carillo and the victim, due on "