Father Gabriel Amorth claims that a missing girl suspected to be buried in a gangster's tomb was kidnapped for Vatican sex parties. Photo via hiltonius at SXC Photo
Father Gabriel Amorth, 85, the Catholic Church’s leading exorcist priest, is claiming that a missing girl that is believed to be buried in a gangster’s tomb was kidnapped for Vatican sex parties.
Police and forensic experts are searching the tomb of mobster Enrico De Pedis’s tomb for Emanuela Orlandi, a girl that disappeared when she was 15-years-old in 1983.
The investigation into the missing girl was reopened after a anonymous phone call to a television show said the truth about the girl’s disappearance would be “found there”.
Bones have been removed from the tomb that were not the mobster’s, but it is too early to know if they are of the missing girl.
In an interview with La Stampa newspaper, Father Amorth said that, “This was a crime with a sexual motive.”
“It has already previously been stated by (deceased) monsignor Simeone Duca, an archivist at the Vatican, who was asked to recruit girls for parties with the help of the Vatican gendarmes,” Father Amorth, who was ordained a priest in 1954, said.
“I believe Emanuela ended up in this circle. I have never believed in the international theory (overseas kidnappers). I have motives to believe that this was just a case of sexual exploitation.”
“It led to the murder and then the hiding of her body. Also involved are diplomatic staff from a foreign embassy to the Holy See,” Father Amorth said.
The Vatican has claimed they always cooperated with the investigation into the missing girl, but the girl’s brother has often disputed this, reports the Daily Mail.
Investigators believe the gangster, whose name is spelled out in diamonds on his tomb, is linked to the disappearance of the girl.
Last month, upon orders from the Vatican, the diocese of Rome gave police permission to open up the gangster’s tomb, which is controversially located in the holy Sant’Apollinare basilica close to Piazza Navona in central Rome.
According to The Sun, the burial of the mobster was allegedly given the go-ahead after prison chaplain Father Vergari told bishops that the gangster had “repented while in jail and also done a lot of work for charity”, including large donations to the Catholic Church.
Father Amorth, who was appointed by the late Pope John Paul II as the Vatican’s chief exorcist and has performed over 70,000 exorcisms, has in the past denounced yoga and Harry Potter as the “work of the Devil”.
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