Cops bust drug-fueled gay orgy in Vatican City


Police respond to complaint of unusual activity at apartment owned by Catholic Church’s office for investigating sexual abuse

Times of Israel

Vatican police, alerted to strange goings-on at an apartment in the city-state, stumbled upon a drug-fueled gay sex party in full swing and arrested one of the occupants, said to be an aide to a top adviser of Pope Francis.

The bust, which happened in late June, was first reported by the Italian daily newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano.

According to media, the apartment was owned by the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the office that processes and evaluates all cases of priests accused of raping or molesting minors. Days later Pope Francis removed the prefect who headed the congregation, although it was not known if it was due to the orgy.

Vatican City cops were called in after neighbors complained of “constant coming and going” from the apartment and other unusual behavior.

The arrested man, not named in media, was a secretary of Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio who is president of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts, which interprets laws for the Church.

Coccopalmerio had reportedly in the past recommended the aide for promotion to bishop.

Il Fatto Quotidiano said the pope was furious about the incident. The aide was taken for detox at a clinic and hospital and was said to be “currently in retreat” somewhere in Italy.

According to The Australian, the aide has previously spent time recovering from two incidents of drug overdose, once at a Rome hospital and another time in an Italian monastery. It was unclear what charges he may face as gay sex is not illegal in Vatican City.

Earlier this month Francis declined to renew the mandate of German Cardinal Gerhard Mueller as prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which handles sex abuse claims.

The measure came just days after France released another top Vatican cardinal to return home to stand trial for alleged sexual assault.

The developments underscore how the Catholic Church’s sex abuse crisis has caught up with Francis, threatening to tarnish his legacy over a series of questionable appointments and decisions in his four-year papacy.

Francis named Mueller’s deputy, Monsignor Luis Ladaria Ferrer, a Spanish Jesuit, to run the powerful office instead.

During Mueller’s five-year term, the congregation amassed a 2,000-case backlog and came under blistering criticism from abuse survivors.

Last Thursday, Francis granted another Vatican hardliner, Cardinal George Pell, a leave of absence to return to his native Australia to face trial on multiple charges of sexual assault stemming from years ago.

Pell has denied the charges. Still, Francis has come under criticism for having named him to the powerful position of the Vatican’s money czar in 2014 in the first place, given that accusations of wrongdoing had dogged him even then. Pell has been widely denounced at home for mishandling abuse cases while he was a bishop and of having treated victims harshly in seeking to protect the church from abuse-related civil litigation.

  1. #1 by O'Rourke on 07/06/2017 - 9:34

    Many Homos are Catholic Priests. My cousin is a big-shot Priest in Calif, and gay as can be. Never so much as looked at a girl his whole life. Who knows what goes on behind closed doors with most of these Priests? The Nuns are probably lesbians. What man or woman would take a vow of celibacy for life? One would have to be a very dedicated religionist, eh? The jews no doubt have a ton of dirt on the Catholic hierarchy, which is why the church has been taken over by the jews. This new Pope and his actions with the jews proves it.

  2. #2 by Mustacq Abdullah on 07/06/2017 - 9:34

    👀 Guys, be fair. If you want to be a lawyer you need to go to law school and be an intern to see it works, right? How can they report on sexual offenses when they don’t know how the game is played?

  3. #3 by stlonginus on 07/07/2017 - 9:34

    It would appear the Church was infiltrated 500 years ago when the Medici Pope, Pope Leo X, opened the Monte di Pieta’ bank which allowed interest on loans. Any interest on loans was prohibited in the Church and was an excommunicable offense. But once the Church became involved in usury, it was downhill from there. Of course, there were always crypto Jews to contend with ….
    Now I think it’s a matter of time until we hear about Vatican treasures being found in crates in Tel Aviv, marked “religious souvenirs” and money from the Institute for the Works of Religion making its way to IsRaEl.

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