Did Someone Kill the Pope’s Receptionist? - Daily Beast
The mysterious death of a pregnant woman who worked at Pope Francis’s hotel has the pope upset—and the Vatican calling for a criminal investigation.
ROME — Miriam Wuolou was not just any hotel receptionist. The 34-year-old Eritrean, who had Italian citizenship through marriage, was the receptionist at the Domus Santa Marta, the small hotel inside the walls of Vatican City where Pope Francis lives.She was the smiling face he saw morning and night, the one who greeted him with his key and handed him his personal messages. He congratulated her when he found out she was pregnant, and he is said to be terribly upset about the news that she is now dead.
Wuolou’s body was found in her private apartment in the Pisana suburb of Rome in an advanced state of decomposition after her brother alerted the police that she hadn’t been answering her phone. The military police went to the scene and forced open her door.Woulou, who was seven months pregnant, was reported to be clothed with no apparent signs of violence. Her medical records show that she was diabetic, which, during pregnancy, can be especially dangerous, and even fatal, but police clearly aren’t satisfied that an Insulin error caused her death.- read more_______________________________________________________
Too bad Judge Scalia did not pass away at the Jesuit City Retreat. Apparently Diabetes is not sufficient to the authorities at the Vatican. Woulou might have read too many of the black pope's messages. Maybe it was a congrads for a successful trip to west Texas and his appointment at the Cibolo Ranch.
Maybe , it was just the normal run of the mill child sacrifice rituals as a precursor to a coming event. I'm sure they will rule it natural causes or pin it on some poor sap. The DNA test of the fetus should confirm or rule out either Zika or Bergoglio but we will never know.
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