Monday, 13 May 2013

Vatican bank join the dots conspiracy

The following three stories are linked. 

Its not that you can see the truth but you can see the shape of the hole it left...


Guatemalan ex-dictator rushed to hospital

Former Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt
Former Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt has been rushed to hospital after fainting in court. Source: AAP
FORMER Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt, who was convicted of genocide last week, has been rushed to a hospital after fainting in court before a hearing on reparations for victims, his lawyer says.
The lawyer, Francisco Garcia, said the 86-year-old former general began to suffer from high blood pressure after he was jailed on Friday following his 80-year prison sentence for the massacre of indigenous people during his 1982-1983 regime... read more

Mexican drug cartel member jailed in US

A HIGH-RANKING Mexican drug cartel chief has been jailed for 35 years for plotting to smuggle vast quantities of cocaine and marijuana into the United States.
Aurelio Cano Flores, described by the Justice Department as a senior member of the Gulf Cartel, was convicted of conspiring to import "multi-tonne" shipments of drugs into the US following a trial in February.
The 40-year-old was also ordered on Monday to forfeit a staggering $US15 billion ($A15.13 billion) in drug proceeds as part of a financial judgment.
The Justice Department said in a statement the Gulf Cartel was believed to have distributed 1.4 million kilograms of cocaine and 8,000 metric tonnes of marijuana between 2000 and 2010.
"For over a decade, Aurelio Cano Flores worked with some of the most dangerous criminals in the world to import massive quantities of cocaine and marijuana into the United States," said federal prosecutor Mythili more

Pope Francis considers closing scandal-riven bank

POPE Francis is to consider abolishing the Vatican Bank - which has been beset by a scandal over allegations of money-laundering - in a drive for greater transparency at the heart of the Catholic Church.
Archbishop Claudio Maria Celli, who has been tipped as a possible secretary of state, or "Vatican prime minister", said Francis would weigh up appeals made by two cardinals on the eve of his election for the bank - formally known as the Institute for Works of Religion (IOR) - to be scrapped.