I have read many sources and have difficulty in reaching the conclusion about this Sutta [AN 10.219]. One source says there was error in transmission, another says Chinese Madhayma Agama and Tibetan text are more complete version, another source says this Sutta is actually some parts of other Sutta.
The first paragraph of this Sutta says:
“I do not say that there is making an end of suffering so long as one has not experienced the results of volitional kamma that has been done and accumulated”.
This seems to be contradict with Buddha’s teaching. We know Angulimala still experienced the results of his bad vipaka after he attained enlightenment, so did Maha Mogallana and Buddha himself.
In short, are those words actually Buddha’s words, does anyone know about this Sutta?