Massive Child Porn Collection found in Vatican

Police detectives have uncovered one of the largest collections of child pornography ever within the walls of the Vatican.

As the Catholic Church continue to suppress evidence of institutional child abuse involving high-ranking officials, detectives recently uncovered “unprecedented” amounts of explicit images and videos of child rape within the Vatican itself.

Humansarefree.com reports: The Vatican Promotor of Justice, Gian Piero Milano, released a report in response to the allegations which he read in full to Catholic Church officials during a judicial ceremony.

Due to the Catholic Church’s internal investigations protocol, Milano claims he is under no legal obligation to actually name names of people accused of pedophilia and possessing child pornography.

However, Federico Lombardi, spokesman for the Holy See, showed a rare display of openness and named Archbishop Josef Wesolowski as one of the accused that had triggered the investigation.

[…] In an unusual move by the church, the high-ranking Catholic official was facing trial from the Vatican’s prosecution for his crimes and had been placed under “protective” house arrest, but mysteriously died before the case even reached a “courtroom”.

[…] There were more than 160 videos of teenaged boys being forced to masturbate for the camera and perform sex acts on one another.

In addition, the boys were raped and forced to perform sex acts on adults, as well.

Wesolowski was tedious and protective of his child porn collection, filing more than 86,000 images into categories in locked folders.

In addition to the images and videos present on the computer, at least 45,000 others had already been deleted.

Further, the good Archbishop wanted to make sure he wasn’t without a stash of child porn while traveling, so he took a laptop along on his trips containing, even more, images and videos.

[…] According to the Guardian, beyond the child pornography cases, Vatican authorities are battling an array of crimes including drug trafficking and money laundering.

Three drug deliveries addressed to the Vatican were intercepted in 2014, including a packet containing cocaine-filled condoms.

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