This was news about two months ago, but I just happened to be reading in an October Time magazine that there was a quotation from a woman who is president of the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests in which she said, "He could take dramatic action that would help protect children.....and he refuses." So she and her group have asked the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate these crimes against humanity.
Just by coincidence I got a package that was stuffed and lined with newspaper, and I just happened to look at the newspaper when I read an article about an organization asking for the prosecution of the pope. However, the article mentioned that the suit may not progress very far because the International Criminal Court doesn't investigate complaints unless asked by the U.N. Security Council, by a state that has ratified the Rome Statute (whatever that is), or on its own initiative. It also doesn't prosecute people, just groups or organizations.
It seems a miscarriage of justice if the pope and the r.c. church aren't held accountable for their lack of action after sweeping it under the rug for so long and denying anything like this was so epidemic. After it exploded to the surface, they were caught red-handed. Maybe the World Court can handle this matter if the ICC doesn't.