The Mafia is planning to kill Pope Francis because of his plan to sweep away corruption

The Mafia are considering a
lethal strike on Pope Francis, a senior prosecutor in Italy’s crime-torn deep
South has warned.
The pontiff’s life is in danger
because his desire to sweep away corruption in

‘a total clean-up’ is making
organised criminal groups ‘nervous’, the deputy chief prosecutor of Reggio
Calabria, Nicola Gratteri, claimed.

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Since Francis took office in
April, he has made it clear that he intends to rid the Holy See of its corrupt
ways and clean up the notorious Vatican bank, long used by money launderers.
He immediately dispatched the
chairman of the IOR bank Gotti Tedeschi and subsequently forced his own number
two Cardinal Bertone, who had been accused of corruption, into retirement.
In one of his first sermons as
Pope he took aim at the mafia calling on them to repent for ‘exploiting and
enslaving people’.
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And earlier this week in his most
impassioned sermon to date, the pontiff said that officials who took bribes
should be ‘tied to a rock and thrown in the sea’.
Dr Gratteri said the members of
the Calabrian Ndrangheta mafia are concerned by Pope Francis’s crusade against
corruption, ‘wearing his iron crucifix, as he rails against worldly goods and
plans a total clean up’.

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He told
the Italian newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano: ‘Those that are in the financial
arms of the mafia are concerned by Pope Francis, yes. 

‘Those who until now have been
feeding off the wealth and power that comes directly from the Church are
agitated and nervous.’

added: ‘Papa Bergoglio [sic] is dismantling the centres of economic power in
the Vatican. If the bosses could take him down they would not hesitate.’ 

The prosecutor admitted that the
mafia would not necessarily be capable of such a strike, with the Vatican
security services some of the best in the world. 
‘I do not know if organised
criminal gangs are in a position to do something, but they are certainly
considering it. It’s a dangerous time for Pope Francis.’ 
In recent years, the Ndrangheta,
based in Calabria, the ‘toe’ of Italy, has become the largest, richest and most
feared of the country’s three main criminal organisations. 
Specialising in cocaine
trafficking, the Ndrangheta controls some 80 percent of the market in Europe
and has invested its profits in northern Italy, Germany and the US.
They have forged links with
terrorist organisations worldwide and the drug cartels of South America.
Meanwhile, according to the 14th
annual survey from the Global Language Monitor, a Texas-based company that
tracks top talkers on the web, the Pope is now the most talked-about person on
the planet. 
More people are chatting about
the Pope online than Edward Snowden, Kate Middleton and Miley Cyrus. 
The organisation based its
analysis on English-language blogs, social media and 275,000 electronic and
online news media. 
Besides being the Internet’s top
name, the Pope’s Twitter handle @Pontifex was the fourth most talked about word
in 2013.
The top three words were: ‘404’ –
the numeric code for a broken web-page; ‘fail’ and ‘hashtag’.

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