Martedì, 23 Ottobre 2018

20 more face possible investigation in Vatileaks case


(ANSA) - Vatican City, August 27 - A further 20 suspects
could come under the scrutiny of Vatican magistrates
investigating the so-called Vatileaks case, well-placed Vatican
sources told ANSA on Monday.
An initial probe has already led to the indictment of Pope
Benedict XVI's butler Paolo Gabriele for aggravated theft of
secret Church documents and of IT expert Claudio Sciarpelletti
for aiding and abetting.
The second phase of investigations has still not been
formally opened but the sources say at least 20 more people are
suspected of having played a role in leaking the confidential
papers, which included letters to the Pope and Vatican Secretary
of State Tarcisio Bertone from the Holy See's ambassador in
Washington, Carlo Maria Vigano, who was deputy
governor of the Vatican City at the time they were written.
The letters contained allegations of corruption in the
management of the Vatican City.

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