Article Image
IPFS News Link • Corruption

Vatican slams new book of leaked documents as ‘criminal’


The Vatican is threatening to take legal action against those responsible for publishing a new book of leaked internal documents. The book sheds light on power struggles and corruption inside the Holy See and the thinking of its embattled top banker.

Pope Benedict XVI has already appointed a commission of cardinals to investigate the “Vatileaks” scandal. It erupted earlier this year with the publication of leaked memos alleging corruption and mismanagement in Holy See affairs and internal squabbles over its efforts to comply with international anti-money-laundering norms.

1 Comments in Response to

Comment by Stupid Amerkin
Entered on:

violated the pope's right to privacy? I thought any & all privacy was extinct in this world today or maybe only exclusive for the chosen few. So the Vatican is going to get those responsible for telling the truth about the criminal and evil institution they really are. Today it is a crime to expose crime.

The day has arrived where man calls evil good and good evil.