Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Vatican Judge Offered Light Sentence for Sexual Molestation

Edit: considering the damage, such a sentence is ridiculous.

ROME - A judge of the Roman Rota, the Vatican’s highest appellate court, has accepted a plea bargain in an Italian criminal court for a conditionally suspended sentence of one year and two months in prison on charges of sexual molestation and possession of child pornography.
Based on reports in the Italian media, 55-year-old Monsignor Pietro Amenta was detained by police after an incident in March 2017, in which Amenta allegedly fondled the genitals of a young but over-age Romanian man in a Roman market. The man reportedly then followed Amenta and summoned police, who took Amenta into custody.
An investigation later discovered roughly 80 pornographic images on Amenta’s personal computer, some involving minors, leading to a second charge in the case.


Anonymous said...

at some point you gotta' call out the gold diggers. I knew damn clearly enough by the age of 14 that dude on dude was revolting. Spare me the outrage for an older homosexual looking to cash in the deep Church pockets!

Tancred said...

It looks like you’re for lowering the age of consent to 14.