Friday, November 1, 2013

NSA accused of spying on the Pope (VIDEO)

The National Security Agency spied on the internal communications of the Vatican, along with the ingoing and outgoing phone calls of the future Pope Francis during the papal conclave in March, according to Italian magazine Panorama.

The NSA categorized communications from Vatican City with titles such as "foreign policy objectives" and "threats to the financial system."

"We don't know anything about this, and in any case we don't have any concerns about it," Father Federico Lombardi, the director of the Holy See press office, said. The NSA denies the assertions from Panorama. 

RT's Ameera David speaks with Jimmy Akin, senior apologist for, about the Catholic Church's response to the allegations about the NSA.

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