Money Laundering in the Vatican Bank !

Vatican Bank find out Clergymen Accounts laundering money !

October 21, 2010, 2:48 AM 

Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) — Italian prosecutors probing alleged money-laundering at the Vatican Bank suspect some clergymen may have posed as account holders at the lender for wealthy individuals, Corriere della Sera said, citing court documents.

A Rome judge yesterday upheld the seizure of 23 million euros ($32 million) in an Italian bank account registered to the Institute for Religious Works, as the Vatican bank is called, and three other operations are under scrutiny for alleged money- laundering violations, the newspaper said.

In one case a priest allegedly moved 300,000 euros from an account in San Marino and transferred it to a businessman, Corriere reported.

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