Cicero, who was 63 when he died in 2002, was the chaplain of an inner city parish.
In the mid-1980s he would invite young girls back to his house. He developed a computer programme that commanded the girls to remove their socks and tops, to kiss each other and to kiss him.
In 1987, two women reported their concerns to a local curate, who later went to Bishop Desmond Williams. However, the complaints were not referred to gardai at the time.
Complaints were finally referred to gardai in April 2002, but the priest died before an investigation could take place.
(* denotes pseudonym)
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