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‘Pope Francis’ unshakeable belief in the power of mercy has been called into question after a previously-convicted pedophile priest struck again, around two years after the Pontiff reduced sanctions against child-abusing clergy, according to a report by AP.

The case of Rev. Mauro Inzoli, an Italian priest who received church clemency but was later convicted for abusing children, has turned the spotlight back on the sins of the Catholic Church. The report has revealed that Inzoli is now facing a second church trial after new evidence emerged against him.

Inzoli was found guilty of abusing young boys by a 2012 Vatican investigation and was ordered to be defrocked.

He appealed his punishment and, in 2014, Pope Francis overruled the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and granted clemency, reducing the priest’s penalty to a lifetime of prayer.’

Read more: Pope’s clemency for pedophile priests under scrutiny following latest scandal



‘In 2016, a new journal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research published a paper suggesting that non-psychoactive cannabidiol (CBD) converts to psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in the stomach. The controversial paper was coauthored by several scientists employed by Zynerba Pharmaceuticals in Devin, Pennsylvania. It was not the first time that researchers addressed this issue.

In considering whether CBD converts to THC in the stomach, there are three major kinds of data that scientists examine:’

Read more: Distorted Science: Does CBD Change to THC in the Stomach, and Who Benefits By Claiming It Does?


‘The suspected Polish lover of a British conspiracy theorist who vomited two litres of black fluid before dying suddenly in Poland has been questioned by police on suspicion of manslaughter seven months after a coroner ruled that he had died from natural causes.

Monika Duval, who is said to have secretly been romancing Max Spiers while his girlfriend Sarah Adams was in Britain, was this week quizzed after the mysterious death of the father-of-two in the Pole’s flat in July last year.

Polish prosecutors did not reveal why they suddenly opened an investigation into involuntary manslaughter or if any new evidence has come to light.
They are quizzing science fiction writer Duval, who was present at the time of his death, and said they have no plans yet to question anyone else.’

Read more: Polish ‘secret lover’ of British conspiracy theorist, 39, who died after throwing up two litres of black liquid in her flat is quizzed by police for ‘manslaughter’ seven months after coroner ruled he died from natural causes 


‘You probably saw the article last week about the massive recall of Sargento products. As it turns out, the Sargento products are only a drop in the bucket – there are 130 more products out there and the FDA is under a gag order not to name them.

I couldn’t make this up.

Today, Sargento added more products to the list. (You can find them below.) I think that they should be applauded for being the most open about the potential listeria contamination in their products.

Unfortunately, there are many more products out there that have been recalled for potential contamination, but we have no idea what they are. That’s because there is a clause in the federal code that prohibits the FDA from telling us which companies purchased cheese to be branded under their labels from the plant that has been affected with listeria. According to this clause, the names of those companies would be considered “confidential corporate information.”’

Read more: Cheese Recall Affects 130 More Products … But The FDA Isn’t Allowed To Name Them

‘There have been rumblings regarding some sort of nuclear incident—or possibly incidents—in the Arctic over the last month. Multiple reports, some of them from official monitoring organizations, have reported iodine 131—a radioactive isotope often associated with nuclear fission—has been detected via air sampling stations throughout the region.

The first detection of the isotope came during the second week of January, via an air sampling station located in Svanhovd, on Norway’s border with Russia’s Kola Peninsula. Within days, air sampling stations as far south as Spain also detected the presence of small amounts of the isotope. The fact that iodine-131 has a half-life of just eight days would point to the release occurring just days earlier, and not being a remnant of a past nuclear event.’

Read more: Has There Been A ‘Nuclear Incident’ In The Arctic?


‘Juan Pablo Escobar Henao, son of notorious Medellín cartel drug kingpin, Pablo Escobar, now says his father “worked for the CIA.”

In a new book, “Pablo Escobar In Fraganti,” Escobar, who lives under the pseudonym, Juan Sebastián Marroquín, explains his “father worked for the CIA selling cocaine to finance the fight against Communism in Central America.”

“The drug business is very different than what we dreamed,” he continues. “What the CIA was doing was buying the controls to get the drug into their country and getting a wonderful deal.”

“He did not make the money alone,” Marroquín elaborated in an interview, “but with US agencies that allowed him access to this money. He had direct relations with the CIA.”

Notably, Marroquín added, “the person who sold the most drugs to the CIA was Pablo Escobar.”’

Read more: Pablo Escobar’s Son Reveals His Dad ‘Worked for the CIA Selling Cocaine’ — Corporate Media Silent


‘South Korea’s special prosecutors have succeeded in a second attempt to secure the arrest of Samsung Group chief Jay Y. Lee, whose implicated in the high-profile bribery scandal that involves suspended President Park Geun-hye and her secret confidante.

Seoul Central District Court decided to arrest the Samsung Group chief early on Friday after an almost day-long closed-door hearing. The prosecutors requested the arrest over Lee’s suspected role in the large-scale political corruption scandal that led to the impeachment of South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye.

Lee was taken into custody at the Seoul Detention Centre. Its the second attempt to arrest the senior Samsung executive, after the same court rejected the previous arrest request last month.’

Read more: Samsung chief arrested amid widening South Korea corruption scandal


‘Anjem Choudary is back in the news again.

It’s said the authorities are worried some of Choudary’s cohorts will return from Syria to raise Wahhabi Salafist hell in Britain.

As usual, something important was not mentioned: the British intelligence “covenant of security” that has protected radical Islamists.’

Read more: Imprisoned British Terrorist Inspires Jihadists, Media Ignores Ties To Intelligence


‘Irish Justice Minister Frances FitzGerald faces tough questioning on her knowledge of a file created by state children’s agency Tusla which was put together to blacken the reputation of police whistleblower Maurice McCabe. The file claimed, completely falsely, that McCabe was a paedophile.

Also in the firing line is Ireland’s first female police commissioner Noirin O’Sullivan, who is facing calls to stand aside.

McCabe had blown the whistle on numerous cases of penalty points abuse by senior Irish police. It was revealed that former Police Commissioner Martin Callinan was among those who had penalty points removed from his driver’s license.’

Read more: Crisis escalates for Irish Government over attempts to silence police whistleblower