Gian Piero Milano
The Vatican has not been untouched by the growing phenomenon of identity theft, drug trafficking, child pornography and people crossing international borders to launder money, said the Vatican's chief prosecutor.
Opening the new judicial year Jan. 30, Gian Piero Milano, the Vatican's chief prosecutor, presented a report on criminal activity and the court's work in 2014.
Two protesters were arrested and housed in the Vatican jail during Christmas. One man climbed the facade of St. Peter's Basilica to protest European economic policies.