Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Clean Catholic Cash . . . .


bennie and his Jerks are the gift that keeps on giving.


Check this out via
The Guardian UK today:


Vatican bank chief investigated over money laundering claims


In unprecedented move, judge freezes €23m held in account at financial institution with close church links


* John Hooper in Rome
* guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 21 September 2010


The head of the Vatican bank has formally been place
d under investigation in an inquiry into a suspected violation of Italy's money-laundering laws, judicial sources said today.

At the same time, a judge in Rome ordered a freeze on €23m (£19.5m) held in an account opened by the Vatican bank, the Institute for the Works of Religion (IOR), at another financial institution in the Italian capital. It was thought to be the first time such action had been authorised against the IOR in Italy.

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The Vatican has a long history of withholding co-operation from Italian investigators seeking access to its bank's books. The IOR was involved in a
major scandal in 1982 arising from the fraudulent bankruptcy of Banco Ambrosiano, then Italy's largest private bank.


Well.

Maybe now we have the definitive answer as to how bennie affords all those fabulous pumps he struts around in . . . .



3 comments:

Guillermo said...

Reality meets Godfather IV 9was it IV, right?)

kootcoot said...

Reminiscent of the short serving "assasinated" Pope (days or weeks in the late 1900's) from the little monastery in the hills who lasted suffered sudden death, in spite of good health, when it became clear to the bishops and cardinals that he wanted to get the Church out of "organized crime!" An Italian "financier" or money launderer (is there a difference) was found hanging from a bridge around the same time.

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