'Sinners' who hid sex abuse have right to vote for pope: ex-prosecutor

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"The negative effects of a work of imagination and approximation directly affect people's lives and reputations," Burke told the Rome daily Il Messagero, adding: "People have suffered because of the documents stolen" in the so-called Vatileaks scandal. "There are people who lost everything while some journalists profited immensely," he said. Benedict's butler Paolo Gabriele leaked secret papal memos to a journalist revealing a series of alleged fraud scandals in the Vatican and intrigues between rival groups of cardinals.

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