Vatican arrests former diplomat over child pornography

Vatican arrests former diplomat over child pornography

Vatican arrests former diplomat over child pornography

The Italian monsignor was ordered back to the Vatican from Washington in the summer of 2017 after USA officials told the Holy See the priest was being investigated for possible violations of child pornography laws.

The Vatican statement gave no details of the specific accusations against Capella, who was recalled from Washington last September.

The Vatican on Saturday arrested a diplomat recalled from Washington a year ago amid investigations in Canada, the United States and the Vatican for possession of child pornography.

Tulsa police said a Tulsa man was arrested after investigators say he was found in possession of child pornography.

Capella was recalled from the United States of America by the Vatican secretary of country this past year after becoming caught up in a three-nation evaluation into child pornography. They say they were alerted by the RCMP in February 2017 and launched an investigation, eventually getting judicial permission to access relevant internet records. He was recalled from the USA past year.

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It declined further comment, citing a police request.

The violation carries a prison sentence of one year to five years and a fine from 2,500 euro to 50,000 euro (about $3,000-61,400). A spokesman for the Diocese of London, Ontario, which includes Windsor, confirmed at the time "that it was asked to, and did, assist in an investigation around suspicions involving Mgr Capella's possible violations of child pornography laws by using a computer address at a local church".

He died in hospital in 2015 at the age of 67 before his trial before a Vatican court could begin.

During a January visit to Chile, Francis angered victims of sexual abuse by insisting they had no "proof" against a bishop who allegedly witnessed abuse and failed to report it. No results of that investigation have been announced.

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