Carabinieri working in the Italian mail distribution center seized the letter to Pope Francis, to which three cartridges were attached. The sender has been identified – the services determine where he is now.
Addressed to Pope Francis The three-bullet envelope was found by carabinieri in an Italian postal distribution center near Milan, the media reported on Monday. Investigators found that the parcel was sent from France and the sender was known to the Vatican gendarmes.
Three bullets in a letter to the Pope
On the envelope containing three flobert balls, there was a handwritten, unclear inscription: “Pope – Vatican – St. Peter’s Square in Rome,” the Italian agency Ansa reported. As she noted, the sender has been identified.
It is unofficially known that the perpetrator had already sent letters to the Vatican. Currently, investigators are most interested in where the man is. As noted, a cause for alarm would be if it turned out to be in Rome.
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