The Milan Carabinieri intercepted a letter addressed to the Pope Francisco that it contained three bullets, sources from the military have confirmed to the Efe agency.

The content of the letter was discovered at the Peschiera Borromeo postal sorting center, in the province of Milan (northern Italy), and the Carabinieri of the department of San Donato Milanese immediately intervened, opening an investigation under the authorization of the deputy prosecutor of Milan, Alessandra Cerreti.

According to the newspaper Corriere della Sera, the letter contains three 9-millimeter caliber bullets and a message regarding the latest case of financial operations in the Vatican, on which a trial was opened a few days ago against several people and the cardinal defenestrated by Francisco, Angelo Becciu.

The Adnkronos agency reports that the letter was sent from France and the recipient was written in a barely legible pen, although it could be identified: “Pope-Vatican City, Piazza S. Pietro in Rome.”


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