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VATICAN BANK: WHITEWASHED TOMBS AND BROOD OF VIPERS.
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READ AND MEDITATE ON THE ATTACHED NEWS AND ASK YOURSELVES THE FOLLOWING QUESTION: WHICH POSITION WOULD TAKE CHRIST, THE SON OF GOD, IN FRONT THE HAVOC HIS PRIESTS ARE PLAYING WITHIN THE ROMAN CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC CHURCH?
THE MESSIAH, JESUS CHRIST SAID: "Let what you say be simply ‘Yes’ or ‘No’; anything more than this comes from evil" (Matthew 5:37).
OUR VOICE HAS BEEN ONE THAT HAS CALLED IN THE DESERT FOR MANY OF YOUR YEARS. HOW MANY TIMES INDEED HAD WE REVEALED TO YOU THAT IN THE VATICAN LIES ONE OF THE HEADS OF THE ANTICHRIST, THE MANY-HEADED HYDRA?
YOU HAVE TURNED A DEAF EAR AND HAVE MOCKED OUR MESSENGERS, NOW ACKNOWLEDGE THAT WE ANNOUNCED TERRIBLE AND INCONVENIENT TRUTHS.
OUR SADNESS AND INDIGNATION IS NOT ONLY DUE TO THE TREASON MADE BY THE MOST POWERFUL PEOPLE AT THE TOP OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC APOSTOLIC CHURCH, FOR OMERTÀ, WEAKNESS AND SILENCE OF HIS HOLINESS POPE BENEDICT XVI, BUT IT IS ALSO AND ESPECIALLY DUE TO THE UTTER LACK OF DISCERNMENT OF MILLIONS OF CATHOLIC CHURCH BELIEVERS: MEN, WOMEN, YOUNG AND OLD PEOPLE THAT DO NOT REACT AND DO NOT ASK FOR JUSTICE AGAINST THE TRAITORS OF CHRIST.
THE NOBLE FEELINGS, NOT FREE FROM ERRORS, OMISSIONS AND PERSONAL INTERESTS OF DOCTOR GOTTI TEDESCHI IN HIS CORAGEOUS TESTIMONY IN FAVOUR OF THE TRUTH CAN REPEAT A STORY THAT HAS ALREADY TAKEN PLACE IN THE VATICAN AND IN ITS CHAMBERS. A STORY OF DEATH, MURDERS, BETRAYALS, BLASPHEMIES AND INIQUITIES. GOTTI TEDESCHI'S LIFE IS IN DANGER, HIS TESTIMONY MUST BE PROTECTED AND ENCOURAGED. IT SHOULD BE THE LARGE CATHOLIC PEOPLE TO SHIELD THE INCONVENIENT WITNESS. ON THE CONTRARY, ONCE AGAIN PEOPLE IS IN DEVIL’S POWER, DANCING AND CELEBRATING BEFORE THE NEW GOLDEN CALF "And he received the gold from their hand and fashioned it with a graving tool and made a golden calf. And they said, “These are your gods, O Israel, who brought you up out of the land of Egypt!” When Aaron saw this, he built an altar before it. And Aaron made a proclamation and said, “Tomorrow shall be a feast to the LORD." (Exodus 32: 4-5). “ The next day Moses said to the people, “You have sinned a great sin. And now I will go up to the LORD; perhaps I can make atonement for your sin.” So Moses returned to the LORD and said, “Alas, this people has sinned a great sin. They have made for themselves gods of gold. But now, if you will forgive their sin—but if not, please blot me out of your book that you have written.” But the LORD said to Moses, “Whoever has sinned against me, I will blot out of my book. But now go, lead the people to the place about which I have spoken to you; behold, my angel shall go before you. Nevertheless, in the day when I visit, I will visit their sin upon them". Then the Lord sent a plague on the people, because they made the calf, the one that Aaron made. (Exodus 32, 30-35).
A PEOPLE THAT, APART FROM THE EXCEPTION OF FEW WHO ARE FAITHFUL TO CHRIST, DOES NOT WANT TO ENTER THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN, BUT WANTS TO ABET THE SCRIBES AND PHARISEES OF THE VATICAN. THEY ARE LIKE, OR ACTUALLY WORST THAN, THOSE PEOPLE CHRIST POINTED HIS FINGER AT... "But woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you shut the kingdom of heaven in people's faces. For you neither enter yourselves nor allow those who would enter to go in" (Matthew 23:13).
BUT THE TIME HAS COME AND JESUS CHRIST IS ABOUT TO RETURN. THE POWERFUL SCRIBES AND PHARISEES OF THE VATICAN WILL BE WHIPPED WITH  THE IRON ROD OF THE SON OF MAN AND BANISHED FROM THE TEMPLE OF GOD, THE HOUSE OF PRAYER THAT THEY, CARDINALS, BISHOPS AND POPES, HAVE TRANSFORMED INTO A DEN OF THIEVES, MURDERERS, MAFIAMOB, CORRUPT AND PAEDOPHILES.
PRAISE TO THE TRUE MISSIONARIES OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, TO THE TRUE FAITHFUL AND WITNESSES OF THE MISSION OF CHRIST. THE KINGDOM OF GOD ON EARTH WILL BE DONATED TO THEM AND TO ALL THE RIGHTEOUS ONES.
PEACE TO YOU ALL!

FROM HEAVEN TO EARTH
Through the mouth of one of Christ’s servants

S. Elpidio a Mare (Italy)
9th June 2012. 2:29 p.m.
Giorgio Bongiovanni
Stigmatist

 

INSIGHT: VATICAN BANK-MONEY, MYSTERY AND MONSIGNORS

By Philip Pullella
and Silvia Aloisi. Posted 2012/06/08
VATICAN CITY, June 8, 2012 (Reuters) — For a financial institution whose ATMs offer Latin as a language option, whose offices are below the pope's windows and where tellers work under the gaze of crucifixes, one might assume the Vatican bank would have a dispensation from earthly travails.
But new judicial woes and internal upheavals at the bank, officially known as the Institute for Works of Religion (IOR), have raised new hurdles for the Vatican, just as it entered the final stretch of years of efforts to join the international club of financial righteousness.
On May 24, in the type of corporate drama rarely seen in the Vatican, Ettore Gotti Tedeschi, 67, the Italian president of the IOR, stormed out of the bank's executive offices.
He had spoken for 70 minutes non-stop in the boardroom to defend his management but left in a huff when it became clear that the other four board members were intent on approving a no-confidence motion against him.
Gotti Tedeschi, a conservative Catholic who heads the Italian retail unit of Spain's Banco Santander, went to his car in the Sixtus V Courtyard and left the Vatican via the nearby Saint Ann's Gate, receiving a customary crisp salute by a Swiss Guard oblivious to the drama that had just unfolded.
"During the deliberations, at 4:00 p.m., you abandoned the premises of the Institute without notice and without waiting to receive notice as to the results of the no-confidence vote," says a memorandum of the meeting seen by Reuters.
A day after the astonishing arrest of the pope's butler in an affair of purloined documents, and 30 years after a Vatican-linked financier known as "God's Banker" was found hanged from a bridge in London, the last thing the Holy See needed was more headlines about its bank, housed in the 15th-century Tower of Nicholas V, which Pope Benedict can see from his bedroom window.
For the past two years the Vatican, a 108-acre sovereign city-state surrounded by Rome, has been pulling out all the stops to make the "white list" of states that comply with international standards against tax fraud and money laundering.
THE T-WORD
Recently, the T-word - transparency - had become a mantra in the Vatican, which hoped a decision by European financial institutions would soon allow it to put its bank's often murky past behind it for good.
But since May 24, the T-word has been wielded as a weapon by both Gotti Tedeschi and those who showed him the door.
"I have paid the price for transparency," Gotti Tedeschi told Reuters just a few minutes after the no-confidence vote.
Board members who voted him out said the opposite was true.
"Categorically, this action by the board had nothing to do with his promotion of transparency," said Carl Anderson, one of the five external financial experts who make up the board.
"In fact, he was becoming an obstacle to greater transparency by his inability to work with senior management," Anderson, the American head of the worldwide Catholic charity group, Knights of Columbus, told Reuters.
Another person familiar with the matter said: "It was not a question of 'let's plot the demise of this man', as Italian newspapers might lead one to believe. There were many pleas from many people saying, 'Come on, you have to start acting like a president'."
The confidential memorandum listed nine reasons for the move against Gotti Tedeschi. It accused him of failure to carry out basic duties, failing to attend board meetings, "progressively erratic personal behavior" and "exhibiting lack of prudence and accuracy in comments regarding the institute".
But the memo gave a clue to something perhaps more worrying: "Failure to provide any formal explanation for the dissemination of documents last known to be in the president's possession."
The careful wording appeared to be used so as not to accuse Gotti Tedeschi of personally leaking documents but suggesting they may have reached the media through an intermediary.
THE BUTLER AND THE BANKER
Gotti Tedeschi's abrupt departure came one day after Pope Benedict's butler, Paolo Gabriele, was arrested in the most clamorous chapter so far of the so-called "Vatileaks" scandal, in which sensitive documents have appeared in the media since January, including some related to the IOR's transparency bid.
That bid began late in 2010, when the Vatican, the world's smallest state, with around 500 residents, drafted new financial transparency laws and set up internal regulations to make sure its bank and all other departments adhered to international standards on money laundering and terrorism financing.
The move was an attempt to make the "white list" of the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a body that lists states according to their compliance with those standards.
The Vatican established an internal Financial Information Authority (FIA) along the lines of other countries and promised to liaise with the FATF and law enforcement agencies.
But leaked documents appeared to show a conflict among top Vatican officials over just how transparent the bank should be about its dealings before the new laws came into force in 2011.
In one letter, Cardinal Attilio Nicora, head of the new FIA, complained to Secretary of State Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone that a change in the FIA's charter had weakened its oversight powers and could be seen as a step backwards by European authorities.
Both are members of the commission of five cardinals that oversee the bank and its board.
In another setback for the bank, JP Morgan closed the IOR's account in Milan in March this year because it felt the bank had failed to provide sufficient information on money transfers.
A person in the Vatican close to the situation called JP Morgan's action "unjustified and taken after pressure from Italian regulators".
Source:

http://www.newsdaily.com/stories/bre8570hv-us-vatican-bank/

 

VATICAN BANK’S FORMER HEAD UNDER SHOCK AFTER HOUSE SEARCH: “I THOUGHT SOMEONE HAD COME TO SHOOT ME”

THE DRAMATIC STATEMENT OF THE BANKER WHOSE HOME IN PIACENZA WAS SEARCHED AT THE CRACK OF DAWN
Andrea Tornielli
Piacenza
It was still pitch black in the building's spacious internal court yard, which resembled a Vatican cloister, when Ettore Gotti Tedeschi descended the last step of the enormous flight of stairs, suitcase in hand, and approached his car. He was supposed to leave for Milan before dawn, as usual. A fifty minute car journey, a flick through the newspapers and mass at 8. Then in the afternoon, he was meant to get the train to Rome. Among the letters he had with him, was a memorial he intended to deliver to Benedict XVI: a reconstruction of the recent events that led to his controversial dismissal from the Vatican Bank (IOR).

But when he got to the car, there were four men waiting for him. The warrant officer slipped his hand into his pocket and extracted his police badge. It all happened so quickly that Gotti Tedeschi thought they had come to shoot him.
For a fraction of a second, God’s former banker feared the worst. Then, he was shown a search warrant and told that he would have to change his plans for the day and cancel his trip to Rome. Gotti Tedeschi, with his sallow face, took a quick look at the piece of paper. Then he called out to his wife: “Francesca!”
The Vatican bank board’s shocking no-confidence vote in Gotti Tedeschi two weeks ago, was followed by a harsh communiqué that was not in keeping with the Holy See’s style. A document that was both morally and professionally devastating. And now this new unexpected blow. A search warrant was issued but the Vatican bank’s former head was not under investigation.
The investigation being carried out by Naples prosecutors has nothing to do with the Vatican bank saga. “Fortunately I kept calm when he came in accompanied by three carabinieri (Italian military policemen), looking shocked. I had woken up at four, unable to get back to sleep. I had said the rosary. I was perfectly at peace,” Gotti Tedeschi’s refined and courteous wife told Italian newspaper La Stampa.
The Gotti Tedeschis’ home is located right in the heart of the Northern Italian city of Piacenza, in Via Verdi, just a stone’s throw away from the old heart of the city. The sitting room is an art gallery of old paintings on religious themes mostly. On one of the tables there is a photo of their five children and one of the couple attending an Audience with Pope Benedict XVI. To the right, there is a door leading to the banker’s small study.
The triangular, narrow and monastic-like room has a dark wooden desk which is not much larger than an old school desk, with a tiny window in front of it. It is chock-a-block with newspapers, articles, magazines, conference texts and diaries. It was in this cramped room that the Catholic banker set to creating a reconstruction of his three years as President of the Vatican bank, in a memorial that he planned to take to Rome. He did this convinced that his exit was linked to the disputes over the new anti-money laundering laws and the attempts to rescue San Raffaele hospital in Milan.
And this is where the search began. The carabinieri started rummaging through every single piece of paper in the study, looking for any correspondence between Gotti Tedeschi and Giuseppe Orsi. Throughout the search, the carabinieri remained in close telephonic contact with public prosecutor Vincenzo Piscitelli. They eventually found a letter in which the managing director of Finmeccanica (Italy’s leading manufacturer in the high technology sector) expressed his solidarity to Gotti Tedeschi after his sudden dismissal from his position in the Holy See. Gotti Tedesci and Orsi are both from Piacenza, they were both born in 1945 and they have known each other for a long time and share a mutual respect for one another.
The policemen sent by Naples prosecutors opened up Gotti Tedeschis’ briefcases containing decades’-worth of meticulously kept check-book stubs. They then opened a small safe where the family’s deeds and a couple of pieces of jewellery were kept.
By the time the sun had risen, the search had briefly moved to the family’s country home in San Paolo, a small village about ten kilometres from Piacenza. But there was no study and no documents were found so the search ended quickly. In the meantime, carabinieri were searching the banker’s Milan office, two minutes away from La Scala opera house, where the headquarters of Banco Santander are located.
Source:

http://vaticaninsider.lastampa.it/en/homepage/the-vatican/detail/articolo/gotti-tedeschi-vaticano-15771/

THE SHOCK OF THE MEMORIAL GOTTI TEDESCHI:
 "IF THEY KILL ME TRY THESE CARDS"

The former president of the Vatican bank was afraid of being killed and had prepared - as a life insurance policy - a memorial on the secrets of the IOR and had handed over to two trusted friends. During the search of the house of the banker.
Marco Lillo - June 7 2012
Ettore Gotti Tedeschi was afraid of being killed and had prepared - as a life insurance policy - a memorial on the secrets of the IOR. The former president of the so-called Vatican Bank, from September to May 2009 2012, had delivered a couple of copies of the dossier to the most trusted friends, with a note aloud: "If they kill me, in here is the reason of my death ".
Last Tuesday, a copy of the dossier on the IOR has been found by the men of Captain Peter Pescarini Raiola, the commander of the Core Operating NOE, when the Environmental Police raided the home of Gotti as delegated by the Prosecutor of Naples. Just to deepen the content of the dossier on the IOR yesterday took off for Milan the leaders of the Public Prosecutor in Rome. The four pm, Giuseppe Pignatone and Nello Rossi of Rome, Henry J. Woodcock and Vincenzo Piscitelli of Naples, were interrogated for three hours the former president of the IOR, visibly impressed by the information gathered by investigators, thanks to interceptions.
Father Georg and Bertone
I am in possession of even conversations about the Pope's secretary, Georg Gänswein and Secretary of State Tarcisio Bertone, on delicate subjects. Also home of Gotti Tedeschi were found a number of important dossiers on people who may have had relations with the banker and the IOR. Hundreds of pages have been photocopied, name by name, file for files, and delivered to the Romans pm. At the end of this first interrogation, which was held in the barracks of the NOE immersed in Pasuvio on the outskirts of Milan, concluded the 18 for fatigue Gotti Tedeschi, the magistrates were upgraded to new separate appointments with the banker in his capacity as a suspect and a witness in Rome to Naples. I am in Rome took the papers relating to their investigation into the formal breach of the rules against money laundering by the IOR dozing over a year and a half after the release from seizure of 23 million of the IOR, and that seemed destined to archiving, Ettore Gotti Germans.
The breakthrough came after the searches ordered knowledge of the Rome prosecutor investigating on the IOR 2010. After questioning by prosecutors on Tuesday brought to Naples (which should investigate Finmeccanica) was fitted to some "surprise" of the Roman proprietors investigation, the prosecutor added In Rossi and Stefano Rocco Fava substitute. A series of phone calls between two judges of great experience as a prosecutor in Rome Giuseppe Pignatone and the regent of Naples public prosecutor, Alexander Pennasilico, had softened their hearts. Tuesday night was organized a joint interrogation Gotti Tedeschi in the role of investigating the presence of his lawyer. The papers found at the home of Gotti are considered very important investigation. It's not every day that a chief prosecutor of Rome, for more protected with the highest level of alert for its investigation in Palermo and Reggio, moves by air overnight. It's not every day that Noe's face accompanied by the Commander of Police, Colonel Sergio De Caprio, aka Ultimo.
So (along with Nello Rossi) the prosecutor who arrested Provenzano and the policeman who put strains Riina, flew to Milan to interrogate, not Matteo Messina Denaro, but the former banker of the Pope
The Smell of Money
An unexpected result of the action pm Neapolitan Vincenzo Piscitelli, Henry John Woodcock and Francis Curcio and ex ante sought evidence of the alleged bribe money from 10 million euros, in the event filmed by the president of Finmeccanica Giuseppe Orsi and Cl in the Northern League on the sale of 560 million 12 controlled helicopters Agusta-Westland, the Indian Government. The papers on IOR emerged surprise pursuing this mega-tangent, denied by the protagonists, which now exists only in tales of the former central director Lorenzo Borgogni Finmeccanica.
Investigating Bears, the attorney Neapolitans have come in the first months of the year in which his friend Gotti Tedeschi at that time was the center of an epic power struggle within the Vatican. If Gotti Tedeschi Bears confided to his problems with the judicial investigations, the banker friend had far greater problems in the Vatican. In his long conversations with friends these days Gotti Tedeschi had confided that he had found in the Vatican things to be afraid.
Always admired the Pope, but he trusted very few people now Oltretevere, as the president dell'AIF, the Anti-Money Laundering Authority with which the bank had tried to do to open the secret archives of the IOR, Cardinal Attilio Nicora. And then the Pope's secretary George Gänswein, which sought to explain why the line of the secretary of state Tarcisio Bertone, the Italian judicial authority contrary to open the secret accounts of IOR, was short-sighted and wrong. "If we follow the line of Bertone, do not ever come out from the black list," he explained to his interlocutors Gotti Tedeschi, adding that perhaps it was just what i wanted the cardinals. Why so they could continue to hide the truth from the Italian authorities. The feeling is that Gotti Tedeschi fought in the IOR, at least from what emerged from the investigation of acts of magistrates in Naples, has played a positive role, opposing lobbies opposed to transparency. And perhaps for this reason he feared for his life.
The stock
You might think of an excess of concern dictated by stress if it were not for previous claims. Gotti Tedeschi was nicknamed "the Pope's banker" and he was afraid of the end of "God's banker" Roberto Calvi, who was killed and hanged at the bridge with a staging of the Friars of London blacks. In recent months, Gotti Tedeschi had hired an escort and had turned to private investigative agency for protection. He knew, however, that the vigilantes did not represent a guarantee of survival for him. His life insurance policy were the cards he handled, the secrets it guarded. For this reason he had drafted the memorial. But he never imagined that it would end in the hands of Italian justice.
Done by The Daily of June 7 2012
Source:
http://www.ilfattoquotidiano.it/2012/06/07/il-memoriale-choc-di-gotti-tedeschi-se-mi-ammazzano-cercate-queste-carte/255566/

VATICAN HITS BACK AT ITALY OVER DOCUMENT SEIZURE

Associated Press= VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican chastised Italian authorities on Friday for seizing documents intended for the pope during a raid on the home of the recently ousted Vatican bank chief, reminding them that the Holy See is a sovereign state whose officials and documents enjoy immunity protections.
In a statement, the Vatican said it expected that Italian judicial authorities would recognize and respect its internationally recognized sovereign status in any proceedings concerning Ettore Gotti Tedeschi.
Italian paramilitary police raided Gotti Tedeschi's Piacenza home on Tuesday as part of a corruption investigation into Italy's state-controlled aerospace giant Finmeccanica. He is not under investigation, and at the time of the raid prosecutors said the search had nothing to do with Gotti Tedeschi's recently terminated role as president of the Vatican bank.
But during the raid, police seized documentation Gotti Tedeschi had prepared for the pope concerning his controversial May 24 ouster as president of the Vatican bank, known as the Institute for Religious Works.
In an unprecedentedly harsh move, the bank's board fired Gotti Tedeschi in a no-confidence vote, accusing him of leaking documents, failing to do his job and impeding the Vatican's efforts to be more transparent in its financial dealings.
Gotti Tedeschi's lawyer said Thursday the documentation that was seized contained his client's responses to the board's accusations.
The seizure and subsequent questioning by prosecutors about Gotti Tedeschi's role at the bank posed potentially thorny legal issues, since Gotti Tedeschi enjoys some immunity as a former official of a foreign sovereign, the Vatican.
It's not clear what was contained in the seized documentation — some news reports say there were 47 folders seized. But official Holy See documentation could be considered protected under the Vatican's sovereign status were prosecutors to try to get it admitted in any court proceedings.
Gotti Tedeschi and the IOR's general manager were placed under investigation in 2010 by Rome prosecutors for alleged violations of Italy's anti-money laundering norms in conducting a routine transaction from an IOR account at an Italian bank. Prosecutors seized some €23 million ($28.97 million) from the account but eventually returned it after the Vatican passed an anti-money laundering law that went into effect last year.
Gotti Tedeschi has long called the investigation the result of a misunderstanding. He hasn't been charged.
Gotti Tedeschi's ouster and subsequent raid on his home has convulsed a Vatican already reeling from the leaks of documents from the pope's desk that ended up in a recently published book, documentation that paints a picture of a Catholic Church hierarchy as little more than a group of petty, provincial Italian bureaucrats engaged in Machiavellian power struggles.
Already the pope's butler has been arrested in the leaks case, accused of keeping papal documents in his Vatican City apartment.
Gotti Tedeschi was named president of the Vatican bank, known by its Italian acronym IOR, in 2009, tapped by the pope's No. 2 to help rid the bank of its reputation as a scandal-plagued tax haven and help get the Vatican on the so-called "white list" of countries that share financial information to crack down on tax evasion.
A critical step in that process is just weeks away with a Council of Europe committee deciding in early July on whether the Vatican has complied with dozens of anti-money-laundering measures. The upheavals of recent weeks have certainly clouded the Vatican's chances.
In the statement Friday, the Vatican repeated that Gotti Tedeschi was ousted for "objective reasons concerning the governance" of the IOR and not because of any opposition to financial transparency "which is at the heart of Holy See authorities and the Institute itself."
It praised the IOR's current staff; Gotti Tedeschi was known to have clashed with the bank's general manager Paolo Cipriani, who remains under investigation in the 2010 money-laundering case.
Source:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/feedarticle/10280231

VATICAN SURPRISED AND CONCERNED BY OUSTED HEAD OF THE VATICAN BANK
Holy See makes statement on allegations against Professor Gotti Tedeschi

The Holy See has expressed its ‘surprise and concern’ at recent events surrounding Professor Gotti Tedeschi (above), the ousted head of the Vatican Bank.
Italian authorities last week seized a private document meant for Pope Benedict XVI when they raided the home of the former head of the board of directors at the Institute for the Works of Religion (IOR)—the formal name for the Vatican Bank.
Mr Tedeschi’s home was raided by Italian paramilitary police last week as part of a corruption investigation into Italy’s state-controlled aerospace giant Finmeccanica. Mr Tedeschi himself is not under investigation, and at the time of the raid prosecutors said the search had nothing to do with his recently terminated role as president of the IOR.
During the raid, however, police seized documentation Mr Tedeschi had prepared for the Holy Father in connection with the confidence vote he faced last month.
“The Holy See was surprised and concerned to learn of recent developments involving Professor Gotti Tedeschi,” the Vatican statement said. “It has the greatest confidence that the Italian judicial authorities will honour and respect the sovereign prerogatives which the Holy See is recognised as having under international law.
“Moreover, the Holy See confirms its complete confidence in the people who, with great commitment and professionalism, dedicate their labours to the Institute for the Works of Religion (IOR), and it is carefully examining the possibility that any harm, to its own rights or to those of its institutions, may have arisen from the current circumstances.”
The Vatican statement added that ‘it must be reiterated that the motion of no confidence passed against Professor Gotti Tedeschi by the Administrative Board of the IOR was founded on objective reasons concerning the governance of the IOR.’
“It was not determined by any purported opposition to the policy of transparency which, in fact, the Holy See authorities and the IOR itself have very much to heart,” the statement said.
Source:
 http://www.sconews.co.uk/news/19637/vatican-surprised-and-concerned-by-ousted-head-of-the-vatican-bank/

Ex-head of Vatican bank 'planned to give dossier to Pope'
THE DEPOSED HEAD OF THE VATICAN BANK REPORTEDLY PLANNED TO SEND A COPY OF A SECRET DOSSIER OF COMPROMISING DOCUMENTS TO THE POPE HIMSELF.

By Nick Squires, Rome
1:19PM BST 08 Jun 2012
Ettore Gotti Tedeschi feared for his life because his efforts to crack down on alleged money laundering and making the bank's operations more transparent had targeted accounts held by mafia godfathers, the Italian media reported.
The banker was preparing to send a copy of a dossier of letters, emails and other documents that he had compiled to Monsignor Georg Ganswein, one of Benedict XVI's two private secretaries.
He had also requested a private audience with the Pope a few days before he was ousted by the board of the bank on May 24 after three years at the helm of the institution.
He left instructions with his secretary to send two other copies to a lawyer and to a prominent Italian journalist, with notes saying that if anything happened to him, the explanation would be found within the documents.
The secret dossier consisted of 47 binders of documents, including some which related to Mr Gotti Tedeschi's efforts to convince Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, the Vatican secretary of state and de facto prime minister, of the need to clean up the bank's activities so that the city state could join an international "white list" of financially transparent countries.
Cardinal Bertone allegedly tried to water down some anti-money laundering regulations that Mr Gotti Tedeschi, 67, wanted to adopt, and engineered the banker's dismissal.
The Vatican has denied the allegations and has claimed that it was in fact Mr Gotti Tedeschi who was dragging his feet on the reforms.

Source:
 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/vaticancityandholysee/9319414/Ex-head-of-Vatican-bank-planned-to-give-dossier-to-Pope.html

VATICAN BANKER RUNNING SCARED: GOTTI TEDESCHI COULD TURN WHISTLE-BLOWER
JUN 10, 2012 4:45 AM EDT
THE RECENTLY OUSTED HEAD OF THE VATICAN BANK MAY HAVE EVIDENCE THAT THE ORGANIZATION IS INVOLVED IN MONEY LAUNDERING—AND NOW HE'S AFRAID FOR HIS LIFE. BY BARBIE LATZA NADEAU

Ettore Gotti Tedeschi feared for his life when he was ousted as head of the Vatican bank after a vote of no confidence May 24.
The 67-year-old Italian was brought in by the pope’s secretary of state, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, in 2009 with a mandate to turn the troubled bank around and help “facilitate transparency” with an eye toward quashing rumors that the bank was a den of iniquity. The Vatican had hoped that through Gotti Tedeschi’s guidance, the tiny city-state could finally earn a coveted spot on the global Financial Action Task Force “white list” of states whose financial practices can be trusted.
In reality, Gotti Tedeschi says he found the bank’s record much worse than he could have imagined, and that he spent the last two years struggling endlessly against the Vatican’s powerful Vatican forces, whom he says blocked his every attempt at transparency. He stormed out of his final meeting of the board of the Vatican bank, known as the Institute for Religious Works (IOR), even before they cast their no-confidence vote against him. The bank says it dismissed him due to lack of management skills and “progressively erratic personal behavior.” But Gotti Tedeschi says he was ousted because he got too close to the truth about the bank’s alleged shady dealings. He told a Reuters journalist moments after he was sacked, “I have paid the price for transparency.”
A week after his ouster, Gotti Tedeschi was in trouble again. His home in Piacenza and his offices in Milan were searched by Italian police, who say they were combing for evidence that he was an “informed witness” with regard to questionable business dealings of Italy’s state-run defense and aerospace firm Finmeccanica, whose president is his close pal. He has not been arrested, nor is he officially under investigation, and the police say the Finmeccanica inquiry is a separate affair not at all related to his problems with the Vatican bank. But in searching his property, investigators reportedly found a treasure trove that could link the Vatican to all sorts of shady dealings and underworld characters. And the Vatican top brass desperately want to get their hands on it, sternly warning Italian police that because the Vatican is a “sovereign nation” their documents are protected under immunity, even if they are found during a criminal probe outside its borders. “The Holy See is surprised and concerned at the recent events that Professor Gotti Tedeschi is involved with,” said a Vatican statement issued Friday. “We have faith that the prosecutors and Italian judicial system will respect our sovereignty—recognized internationally—with regard to these documents.”
What they are reportedly worried about is a secret dossier that Gotti Tedeschi told friends he compiled “just in case something happens to me.” Local press reports say the dossier includes 47 different binders with emails from the pope, letters from cardinals, and notes and reports from various meetings tied to Vatican bank business. He had reportedly planned to deliver the dossier directly to Pope Benedict XVI, presumably as a counterargument to his May 24 firing. The cache reportedly contains irrefutable evidence that could substantiate claims that the IOR is involved in money laundering and tax-evasive practices. There were documents that allegedly show financial transactions between the Vatican and a number of surprising characters, including politicians and known middlemen for mafia bosses. If true, it would give Italian authorities a rare opening to investigate the Vatican’s banking practices with names, account numbers, and transaction dates of dealings with financial entities outside the Vatican’s historically secretive jurisdiction.
Source: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/06/10/vatican-banker-running-scared-gotti-tedeschi-could-turn-whistleblower.html

COMMUNIQUE OF THE HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE

Vatican City, 9 June 2012 (VIS) - The Holy See Press Office released the following communique yesterday afternoon:
"The Holy See was surprised and concerned to learn of recent developments involving Professor Gotti Tedeschi. It has the greatest confidence that the Italian judicial authorities will honour and respect the sovereign prerogatives which the Holy See is recognised as having under international law.
"Moreover the Holy See confirms its complete confidence in the people who, with great commitment and professionalism, dedicate their labours to the Institute for the Works of Religion (IOR), and it is carefully examining the possibility that any harm, to its own rights or to those of its institutions, may have arisen from the current circumstances.
"Finally, it must be reiterated that the motion of no confidence passed against Professor Gotti Tedeschi by the Administrative Board of the IOR was founded on objective reasons concerning the governance of the IOR. It was not determined by any purported opposition to the policy of transparency which, in fact, the Holy See authorities and the IOR itself have very much to heart".

Source: http://www.news.va/en/news/communique-of-the-holy-see-press-office

 

 

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