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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

German posing as a Cardinal arrested

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The police in the southern Brazilian city of São Paulo, according to media reports, have arrested a 66-year-old German, who posed as a cardinal. Already in early November, the Archdiocese of São Paulo warned the local churches of the man, who said Mass and read confessions in the locality. The man is now to be deported within the next 15 days to Germany.



 The man, whose real name is specified in the Brazilian press as Wolfgang Schuler, had been arrested by the police in the center of São Paulo on November 20, after he could not identify himself. In various Catholic institutions in which he asked for shelter and financial assistance, he had previously posed as "Brother Andre Cardinal of Hohenzollern" and a member of the Carthusian Order. In some cases, he had also posed as the Bishop of Osnabrück.



 On November 7, the Archdiocese of São Paulo published a letter that warned of the false cardinal. Schuler was said to have been already been picked up by police in 2003 with false papers in the northeastern state of Bahia. He was due to be expelled at that time but escaped.



 Planned expulsion



In the city of Mogi das Cruzes, Schuler asked a monastery for shelter. To the monks, he pretended to be a relative of the German-born Suzane von Richthofen, who is serving a prison sentence of 39 years in prison in the state of São Paulo. Richthofen , supposedly a distant relative of the German World War II pilot Manfred von Richthofen, murdered her mother and father in 2002.



Schuler told the monks he wanted to visit Suzane von Richthofen in prison. However, since she did not know the alleged relative, the monks became suspicious and alerted their superiors. Schuler then traveled to São Paulo, where he was eventually arrested. According to media reports, the responsible Federal police have already requested travel papers for Schuler's expulsion from the German Consulate General in São Paulo.


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Better if the poor kill themselves says Minister of "Health" in Lithuania

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"Euthanasia could be a good choice for the poor, because due to their poverty they do not have access to medical assistance," such is the "solution" to the problem of poor patients being proposed by the Lithuanian "Euthanasia can be a good choice for the poor, because of their poverty do not have access to medical assistance," such is the "solution" to the problem of poor patients being proposed by the new Minister of Health in Lithuania, Rimante Šalaševičiūtė, took office in early June. She immediately began a discussion on the legalization of euthanasia in Lithuania and said in an interview that zx Lithuania is not a welfare state, palliative care was not accessible for all. This is why euthanasia may be a good choice for people who "do not want to inflict on their relatives the spectacle of their suffering."

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Born in 1954. In 1971-1976 studied at the Faculty of Law of the University of Vilnius. 1976-1979 worked as a lecturer at Vilnius Engineering Construction Institute. From 1979. until 1986, Lawyer working for Vilnius Gas Production Board. From 1986 worked for the city council. In Soviet times, she belonged to the Lithuanian Communist Party, after the restoration of Lithuania's independence became a member of the Democratic Labour Party. Between 1990-1995. worked as a consultant-secretary of Vilnius City Council Secretariat. Since 1995 to by 2010, worked in human and children's rights institutions (Cathcon- would not trust her with anyone's rights): 2009 was elected European Child Rights Defenders Network President. From 2010-201, a lecturer at the Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences. Since 2012, Member of the Parliament of Lithuania. Headed the Constitution and the Child Welfare Parliamentary Group, also includes human rights. AND UNFIT FOR PUBLIC OFFICE. Talk about socialist betrayal of their own working class voters. Vote for me, go kill yourself.