Exorcist clergyman and infantryman arrested for sex abuse in Italy

The pair, both formed in Palermo, used a stratagem of liberating victims from wicked possession in sequence to abuse women and children. The dual were named by media as Salvatore Anello, 59, who belonged to a Capuchin order, and Salvatore Muratore, 52, who worked for a Italian army in Palermo. 

The organisation reportedly assured victims that they were hexed by immorality spirits, before carrying out a ‘healing prayer’ in their homes that concerned “repeatedly touching their genitals”, Palermo Today reported.

Anello was arrested during emergence on Friday morning and is being hold in military custody, following a six-month prolonged review into Muratore, who was a member of a internal request group, and claimed to be means to perform exorcism.

Muratore is suspicion to have abused during slightest 4 women and one girl, while a clergyman is charged with abusing dual women and 3 minors.

According to La Stampa, prosecutor Giorgia Righi pronounced Muratore “took advantage of victims in a state of psychological fragility”, and fit his groping by observant he was pardon a ‘demon of lust’.

The army pronounced Muratore would be dangling immediately and that it would co-operate entirely with investigations.

Although priests are available by a Catholic church to lift out exorcisms, a sermon should usually start with authorisation from a diocesis, and Anello was not famous as an exorcist.

The investigations are ongoing, with military operative to brand any serve victims.

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