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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

The Capozzi Cover-up: A Massive Vatican Scandal

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coccopalmerio and capozziCardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio, President of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts (charged with the interpretation of Canon Law) and his Secretary, Msgr. Luigi Capozzi

“Oh I make no excuses. All my life it's been my ambition to surround myself with rare and beautiful things. Suddenly faced with this golden opportunity...”  ~The Lavender Hill Mob

How stupid does the Vatican think we are? The contempt for which they hold the laity knows no bounds. The people of God are treated like ignorant sheep who are on a need to know basis and they need to know nothing.

Silence the sheep. 

Spare us the lame and convenient Bergoglian Who Am I to judge narrative. Lest we forget that our weekly parish collection basket helps to pay their rent, their meals, their scarlet birettas, their croziers, their episcopal rings, their cars, their luxury apartments and their parties.

Speaking of parties and luxury apartments, despite the Vatican’s best efforts to muzzle the Vatican Gendarmerie, Italian media and the Curia, the infamous Msgr. Luigi “Cocaine” Capozzi, Secretary to the powerful Cardinal Francesco “Positive Realities of Homosexuals”

Msgr. Luigi Capozzi was arrested for hosting a raucous drug fueled homosexual orgy.

This past Spring, late into the night, in an exclusive section of the Holy See, a mere recycle bin’s throw from Casa Santa Marta, the Pope’s residence, a bacchanalia bender played out in a luxury Vatican owned apartment. Outside were parked luxury cars with exclusive CV (Cittá del Vaticano) license plates, upstairs in the apartment a noisy and tempestuous debauchery raged into the night.  The other building residents were disrupted by loud noise, blaring music, and the steady stream of strange males entering Capozzi’s fancy digs.  As Francis reminds Catholics, the earth is heating up, no doubt with the assistance of Capozzi’s flat which boiled over into a hotbed of naked drunken and drugged males. 

However, the climate changed when the Vatican Gendarmerie were called to the scene and arrested Capozzi. Such is the state of the Vatican eco system under the tutelage of Pope Francis.

Thus begins the Capozzi Caper which has generated more silence from the Vatican than a shuttered church.

Despite the Vatican’s best effort to kill the news of the orgia turbolento bust, Il Fatto Quotidiano broke the story in July.  Illicit drugs were flowing and shared so freely (a crime under the Vatican criminal code) that Msgr. Capozzi was booked by the police and then taken to the Pius XI clinic to detox from the narcotics. Then he was sent to a monastery.  And “Who am I to judge” Bergoglio imposed his infamous omerta on the entire sordid and criminal incident.

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It pays to know powerful and influential Cardinals in the Vatican who are close comrades of Bergoglio, the Pope of the Poor.  Is anyone still fooled by Bergoglio’s penchant for poverty prattle with socialist drivel, such as “why I want a Church which is poor and for the poor.”  (Evangelii Gaudium, 198).

Pull back the curtain on his humble poverty road show, and watch the peep show unfold. 

The Bergoglian Vatican operates like the Costa Nostra, fear prevails, loyalty is rewarded, and omertà is the dominating dogma. Not surprising since Cardinals who self-identified as the St. Gallen Mafia bragged about their powerful influence to elect Bergoglio as pope.

Face it, Msgr. Cocaine Capozzi has some curious and serious clout with Cardinal Coccopalmerio. Italian news reports allege that this isn’t the first time Lucky Luigi Capozzi donned a pair of handcuffs for illicit drugs.  Yet, Capozzi’s penchant for designer drugs didn’t stop Francis from elevating him to a prominent position in the Vatican coupled with a luxurious apartment normally reserved for Cardinals.

Major breaking news story, right? Vatican clerics partying at drug orgies on the Vatican grounds, just a snorting distance from the Pope’s personal residence, is big news. Yet, the Vatican Gendarmerie take orders from the Pope and his vast media team. Someone told the police to deep six the arrest report and remain mum.

Here we go again. Catholic laity do not have the right to know about this police raid of illegal and immoral activity on the grounds of the unHoly See. They might ask questions like: Who else was in attendance when the police raided the party? Were there bishops and cardinals partying at the orgy? Were there underage minors in attendance? Were there seminarians in flagrant delicto at the orgy? What did the police photos reveal about this sordid scene?

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Surely the party animals, young and old, at the Capozzi caper hailed from multiple countries. Was Capozzi the only person arrested? Who supplied and paid for all the drugs and liquor? Was Capozzi charged with possession, distribution, and trafficking of an illegal substance, disturbing the peace, contributing to the delinquency of a minor or any number of other related crimes under the Vatican Criminal Code?

“A Cardinal’s hat waves away previous sins.” ~The Millenari, The Shroud of Secrecy

The Vatican Gendarmerie and the Vatican Press office refused to comment on the police raid despite the potential of violation of several crimes ongoing at Capozzi’s orgy pad.

Forgive me, Padre, for judging criminal behavior in the Holy See, but here are a few crimes, as set forth in the Vatican Criminal Code, which Francis is duty bound to uphold:

  • Whoever, without having been authorized, cultivates, produces, manufactures, extracts, refines, sells, offers or offers in sale, cedes, distributes, brokerages, transports, supplies, sends, conveys or dispatches in transit, or delivers for any purpose, narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, as well as whoever cultivates the opium poppy, the coca bush or the cannabis plan, for the production of narcotic drugs, is punished with six to twenty years imprisonment and with a fine of 26,000 to 260,000 euro.
  • The same penalty applies to whoever possesses or purchases narcotic drug or psychotropic substance in view of any of the activities foreseen in paragraph 1, as well as to whoever manufactures, transports or distributes of equipment, materials or substances listed in Table I or in Table II, knowing that they are to be used in or for the illicit cultivation, production or manufacture of narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances.
  • Whenever the quantity of the substances indicates that they were destined solely for personal use, the penalty shall be of one month to one year imprisonment and a fine up to 1,000 euro.
  • The penalty shall be increased if three or more persons participate in the commission of the offence.

These criminal statutes only deal with drug criminal activity in the Vatican, surely more crimes were committed… More on that in the next installment.

Where is the outrage?

“Should we keep the secret knowledge to ourselves, or shout from the rooftops the evil that has infiltrated the Church? The silence that allows evil to continue to avoid a scandal can be confused with complicity. Silence that reinforces corruption only maintains the status quo, and does not challenge the rampant evil in the house of God.” ~The Millenari, The Shroud of Secrecy.

Mysteriously, silence overcomes the loquacious Francis.

This seedy and troubling arrest resulted in the typical clerical resolution seen in the countless American Catholic clergy sex scandals. The offending priest is sent to treatment and tucked away in a monastery, and no charges are filed by police. Such is the lucky fate of Msgr. Capozzi. And the Vatican’s reaction?

Dead cold silence.

Curiously, not a word from the papal prattler who daily pontificates about everything from climate change to presidential candidates, and everything in between. Yet, when one of his favored clerics gets caught in a drug fueled orgy, Francis remains silent.

Dead cold silence.

Where are the whistleblowers in the Vatican? Aren’t they weary and troubled by all the scandals? Or are they too terrified of the tyrannical Francis? So much for Be Not Afraid.

This criminal bust is surely not the first time this has happened during the Francis papacy. After all, Francis, the Merciful, Inc. won’t judge immoral and illegal behavior. It’s so unmerciful.

Remember the 300-page dossier commissioned by Pope Benedict in 2012? The investigation uncovered a massive Vatican gay network of sex, drugs, blackmail and financial fraud. That scandalous dossier never saw the light of day. It was met with dead cold silence. It’s now buried in Francis’ desk gathering dust, along with Msgr. Capozzi’s police reports.

One wonders, along with the cocaine, were underage boys present at Capozzi’s orgy? Rumors were rampant that Benedict’s 300-page dossier documented child trafficking rings operating in the Vatican. Isn’t Francis the self-avowed champion of human trafficking victims? The laity should demand to know if there were underage males at the orgy and who solicited them. Why hasn’t the Vatican released the entire investigation and police report of this criminal incident?

Remember the yearly Peter’s Pence Collection when parish donations are collected for and sent directly to the Vatican? All those euros and dollars tossed in the Sunday collection basket earned the laity the right to demand answers. Exactly how is the Vatican spending your hard-earned money? For starters, Francis, the Pope of the Poor, should open up the 2012 Dossier and the Capozzi Arrest Records.

The Catholic laity possess a compelling moral and fiduciary right to know all the facts surrounding the police raid at Capozzi’s apartment. Stonewall silence is unacceptable.

“The time has come for the Church to seek forgiveness, first from Christ, then from humanity, for the many infidelities and betrayals of its ministers, especially those at the top of its ecclesiastical hierarchy.” ~The Millenari, The Shroud of Secrecy

Catch Part 2 of The Capozzi Caper in the next Print/E-edition of The Remnant! 
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Elizabeth Yore

Elizabeth Yore served on the Heartland Institute Delegation that traveled to the Vatican in April 2015 to urge Pope Francis to re-examine his reliance on UN population control proponents who promote climate change.  She is an international child protection attorney who has investigated several cases of clergy sex abuse of children. She served as Special Counsel and Child Advocate to Oprah Winfrey. She is the former General Counsel of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services and former General Counsel at National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

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