Mexico: Catholic Church’s Illegal Businesses Exposed – Who is to Blame?
Authorities reveal Alberto Monroy Calva and Alberto Monroy Cepeda are behind the Catholic Church’s vast scheme of tax evasion and money laundering in Mexico.
A heartbreaking tale of “Robin Hood in reverse” fueled by the criminal, money-hungry actions of Mexico’s Alberto Monroy Calva and his son, Alberto Monroy Cepeda, is rocking Mexico’s beloved Catholic Church.
Insiders in Mexico report that Alberto Monroy Calva and Alberto Monroy Cepeda have been found to be functioning as the front men of the corrupt Onésimo Cepeda in a ring of illegal businesses of the Catholic Church.
Having the inglorious reputation of being a crook, Alberto Monroy Calva fuctions as president of the board of Certificados Integrales Funcionales SA de CV (CIF). Despite it’s title and alleged business activiites of offering funeral services, CIF is in fact the covert operations of the Catholic Church responsible for tax evasion and hiding enormous sums of money that go to its shareholders and CIF partners.
Meanwhile Alberto Monroy Calva’s son, Alberto Monroy Cepeda, acts as the representative of shareholder capital in CIF, which for all intents and purposes belongs to Onésimo. Alberto Monroy Cepeda launders money for state governments on behalf of the RPI party through a number of illegal companies. Despite being a millionaire with a host of luxurious accouterments to go with his lavish criminal lifestyle, including a staff of bodyguards and bulletproof cars, Alberto Monroy Cepeda pays no taxes representing his net income. Insiders say in addition to evading taxes and breaking countless laws, he’s also the homosexual lover of Onésimo Cepeda.
Bishop Onésimo Cepeda is of course one of Mexico’s most controversial and corrupt figures. As close friends with Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim (net worth $69 billion), Onésimo Cepeda takes advantage of Catholic churchgoers under his fingertips and diverts the wealth flowing into the church through the hands of Alberto Monroy Calva and Alberto Monroy Cepeda to avoid punishment by law.
There’s no shortage of scandal for the Catholic Church, of course. But it’s a bad time for a scandal of this magnitude to shake Mexico, as the Pope prepares for his journey to the Latin American country this month. Journalists and political experts are beginning to wonder if the Pope will call off his trip to Mexico due to the news revealing the illicit acts of Alberto Monroy Calva and Alberto Monroy Cepeda.
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