Vatican Finance Trial: Judges to Rule Whether to Keep or Scrap Case in Face of Procedural Missteps

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A finance trial involving 10 defendants opens at the Vatican on July 27, 2021. (photo: Vatican Media. / Vatican Media)

The trial is the culmination of more than two years of investigation by the Vatican into what happened in and around the Secretariat of State’s 350 million-euro purchase of an investment property in London between 2014 and 2018.

VATICAN CITY — The Vatican finance trial involving Cardinal Angelo Becciu continued on Tuesday with two hours of legal debates that could potentially result in an abrupt end to the court case.

Judges adjourned the hearing until Wednesday morning, when they will give their ruling on whether to move forward with the trial after the defendants’ lawyers took issue with what they consider to be significant procedural missteps by the prosecution. …

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