Inside a 13th-century monastery in a sleepy village north of Rome,
the Rev. Salvatore Palumbo was allegedly serving more than one higher
authority. Italian prosecutors say a Ferrari-driving lawyer who
defrauded insurance companies used the priest as a frontman, with
Palumbo stashing the illicit cash inside the secretive Institute for
Works of Religion.
A.k.a. the Vatican Bank.
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