Friday, November 15, 2002

The movie The Godfather, Part 3 contains a rather confusing version of the crimes committed by and around the Vatican Bank, crimes for which no one has ever been punished. The death of Roberto Calvi, suposedly a suicide, meant that much of the evidence was lost. Many have suspected that Calvi was murdered to cover up the sins of the Vatican, the Mafia, and various prominent businessmen. It turns out that Calvi probably was murdered. They've even found a safety deposit box owned by Calvi in Milan, a box which contained, amongst other things, a brick, possibly sone kind of reference to Freemasonry. Investigation of the case is being reopened in Italy. This could get very interesting.