Butler suggested he would be made 'scapegoat' in VatiLeaks
'My conscience is clean'13 August, 17:37
In the case report, Gaenswein added that Gabriele said his conscience was "clean". The Vatican on Monday announced that Gabriele would be sent to trial for aggravated theft after he was found to possess the illegally obtained Church documents.
Gabriele's arrest on May 25 rocked the Catholic world after months of sensitive Church correspondences surfacing in the Italian media. The Church on Monday announced that Claudio Sciarpelletti, an IT expert who worked at the Holy See, was also indicted for aiding and abetting.