posted on Sep, 23 2011 @ 04:08 AM
By Peter Stoler;Barry Kalb;Jonathan Beaty
A tale of two deaths, twelve investigations and missing millions
Two suicides, both of which could conceivably be murder. As much as $1.2 billion in unsecured loans. The failure of Italy's huge Banco Ambrosiano,
which has left more than 200 international financial institutions holding the bag for millions in loans. A scandal that has threatened the stability
of the entire international banking system and has begun to bring about subtle changes in the way the world's major banks do business. A secret plot
to undermine the government of Italy and to change the shape of politics in several Latin American countries.
Even if these were the only ingredients, the story would still be intriguing enough for a Robert Ludlum thriller. But an added element is making the
scandal that has rocked the world of international finance one of the most compelling real-life mysteries of the century: the involvement of the
Istituto per le Opere di Religione (I.O.R.), better known as the Vatican bank.
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This also lead to the death of Pope John Paul I he was looking into this scandal and about to do some major house cleaning which made him rather
unpopular with the fascist masonic lodge p-2 and the Curia and the head of the Vatican Bank Bishop Paul Marcinkus.For those who wish to read
further:In God's Name.