Tuesday, September 18, 2012
"The two men charged in the “Vatileaks” case will go to trial Sept. 29, according to a communique released Sept. 17 by the Vatican Press Office.
Paolo Gabriele, the Pope's former butler, was charged with theft, having been suspected of leaking confidential papal and curial documents to the press. Claudio Sciarpelleti, a computer technician at the Secretariat of State, was charged with aiding and abetting Gabriele, a lesser charge.
Sciarpelleti is suspended but is still an employee at the Vatican’s Secretariat of State Department.
Gabriele could face six years in jail if he is found guilty."
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