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A Vatican spokesperson saying Pope Benedict the sixteenth is encouraging investigators to get to the truth.
-- one of the greatest breaches of trust for the content.
Did you -- a -- -- and -- they're conducting interviews with people they think are able to give useful information to understand better question.
So the commission can do their job more effectively and.
The so called data leak scandal broke in January.
Dozens of documents have been leaked to the media revealing cronyism corruption and power struggles inside the Vatican.
Just last week the pope's Butler was arrested after documents were found in his apartment.
The Vatican spokesperson saying the pontiff is particularly paint that someone so close to him is accused of stealing the papers.
And testimony you know -- the Pope as witness to an affair that -- hit him very personally haven't.
The situation which we have spoken about with great discretion is a painful situation for.
The motive for the leaks remains unclear but many do not believe the Butler acted alone.
These documents have been -- have talked about those who have been trying to get that type -- transparency.
And get rid of corruption and cronyism.
And who have been given a little bit of a push back.
And so they're probably are more people involved.
And Italian journalists recently published a book based on the leaked documents the Vatican calls a publication a criminal act.
Warning of legal actions for those who stole received and disseminated the documents.
In New York Jamie Colby Fox News.
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