Vatican Police Raid A Gay Orgy In A Top Cardinals Apartment!!!

Late last month, an apartment belonging to one of Pope Francis’s key advisers was raided after neighbors complained of suspect behavior and “a constant coming and going” of visitors....

Late last month, an apartment belonging to one of Pope Francis’s key advisers was raided after neighbors complained of suspect behavior and “a constant coming and going” of visitors.

Italian newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano reports that upon raiding the apartment, which is owned by the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, police interrupted what is being described as a “gay orgy” complete with a spread of drugs. The unnamed secretary to Cardinal #FrancescoCoccopalmerio ended up being arrested but there is no word of his charges yet.

According to US News, Coccopalmerio “serves as president of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts and leads interpretations of the laws of the Church” and reportedly recommended this same secretary for a promotion to bishop.

This scandal comes after another recent incident where Cardinal George Pell is facing charges for “historical sex crimes” and the #Pope is said to be “enraged” that these people are tainting his legacy.

Via US News:

“The newspaper described the pope as “enraged,” and said the aide was first taken to a clinic and hospitalized to detox from the drugs he had used, and “is currently in retreat at a convent in Italy.”

This scandal comes on the heels of Cardinal George Pell’s return to Australia to defend himself against charges related to multiple historical sex crimes. Pell, a top adviser to the pontiff, is the highest-ranking church official to face abuse allegations.

Days after granting Pell a release, Pope Francis also removed German Cardinal Gerhard Mueller as prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, according to The Associated Press. It is unclear if the reported drug arrest played any part in the pope’s decision.

The pope has vowed a ” zero tolerance” approach to abuse, but victim advocates have said poor personnel decisions and the global abuse scandal reaching the heart of the Vatican has tainted his legacy.”

Source: The Shade Room

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