아르헨 군정 종군사제 종신형

76년 반정부세력 소탕 당시… 고해성사 정보 경찰에 넘겨

 

아르헨티나의 ‘더러운 전쟁’ 당시 고해성사 내용을 군사정권에 넘겨 민주세력 탄압에 협조했던 천주교 사제가 결국 종신형을 선고 받았다.

아르헨티나 법정은 9일 군종 사제였던 크리스티안베르니히(69ㆍ사진) 신부에 대해 살인 7건, 납치 42건, 고문 31건에 개입한 혐의로 유죄 판결을 내렸다고 외신들이 보도했다.

 

3개월 동안 진행된 재판에서 당시 경찰에 구속됐던 생존자들은 베르니히 신부가 자신의 사무실에서 수감자들과의 면담으로 신뢰를 쌓은 뒤 고해 성사를 통해 얻은 정보를 비밀 구금시설의 고문 경찰관에게 넘겼다고 증언했다.

 

이들은 또 베르니히 신부가 고문 현장에도 참석해 고문 경찰관들에게 “주님의 뜻에 따라 일하고 있다”고 말하면서 경찰의 죄를 사해주기로 했다고 말했다.

 

이에 대해 베르니히 신부는 자신의 혐의를 완강히 부인하며 “거짓 증언은 악마의 짓”이라고 반박했다. 베르니히의 변호사들도 경찰 비밀구금시설 방문은 사제의 의무였다고 주장했다.

 

하지만 판사가 종신형을 선고하는 순간 방청객들은 환호성을 질렀고 법정 밖의 군중들도 폭죽을 터트리며 ‘정의의 승리’ 축하했다. 베르니히 신부는 검찰의 공소 제기를 피해 칠레로 도주해 가명으로 사제활동을 해오다 2003년 아르헨티나로 송환됐다.

 

‘더러운 전쟁’은 1976년 집권한 군사 정권이 좌익 게릴라 소탕을 명분으로 정치적 반대세력을 대대적으로 탄압한 것을 지칭한 말로, 1983년 라울 알폰신 대통령의 문민정부가 들어서기 전까지 이로 인해 숨지거나 실종된 희생자 숫자는 1만∼3만명에 달했다.

 

<저작권자 ⓒ 한국아이닷컴, 무단전재 및 재배포 금지>

 

2007.10.15 청와대 앞에서 폭력배들에게 폭행당후 좌측 어깨의 통증이 매우 심하다.

 

전선생 누가 당신에 버금가겠나? 다들 아기 수준이지.

 

김대중 대통령 반기문의 즐거움.

 

신부는 처벌 받아야 하고 목사는 범죄세력 반기문등-의 비호 하에 놀고 싶은 대로 놀고 다양한 범죄를 자행하고 많은 경제적 보상을 받고 세상은 더 많이 먹는 것이 규칙이라고 떠드는 자들과 어울려 힘 자랑 하여도 되는가?

 

전 선생. 당신이 현대 직원들 하고 tervuren 시에서 벌이던 놀이는 사람을 죽이려 함이었고…

 

이미 H 종합상사 진 요원은 당신들보다 훨씬 먼저 본인을 해치기 위하여 활동하였고 그의 마지막 주소지는 파리로 되어있다.

 

Paris나 Tervuren 이나  현대 상선이나 현대 자동차나…

 

2007/01/10

 

http://watchterrorism.blogspot.com/2007/01/spying-scandal-weighs-on-polish-church.html

 

Spying scandal weighs on Polish church

 

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070109/ap_on_re_eu/poland_church_scandal

 

By RYAN LUCAS, Associated Press WriterTue Jan 9, 2:53 PM ET

The abrupt resignation of two top Roman Catholic clergymen over alleged ties to Communist-era secret police has left Poland facing a "national crisis," the prime minister said Tuesday.

Speaking on state Radio 1, Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski praised Pope Benedict XVI for accepting the resignation of new Archbishop Stanislaw Wielgus, calling it "the right decision."

Wielgus stunned worshippers gathered at St. John's Cathedral on Sunday by stepping down moments before his official installation Mass ? a move that has rattled the nation and the church. Another prominent clergyman, the rector of Krakow's Wawel Cathedral, left his post for similar reasons a day later amid warnings that more such revelations may be coming.

The Rev. Janusz Bielanski denied the allegations Tuesday, saying: "I was never an informer, I never signed any documents, I never received any money."

Kaczynski, whose conservative Law and Justice Party has sought both to purge Poland of the vestiges of Communist influence and to strengthen traditional Catholic values, also warned of the scandal's damage to the church in the deeply Catholic country.

He called the church a "national institution" in Poland. "That's why this crisis is a national crisis, a very difficult crisis," he said.

While the government has passed new laws widening the number of public officials that must be screened for possible ties to the Communist-era intelligence service, many say the church has fallen behind the rest of society in dealing with penetration of its ranks.

Gen. Czeslaw Kiszczak told church officials in 1990 that the secret police had destroyed all its documents on clergy, Polish media have reported. It now turns out, however, that microfilm of some of those files survived.

It was microfilm copies that confirmed Wielgus' cooperation with the secret police.

Kiszczak declined to comment when asked on TVN24 television about the alleged burning of the files.

Historians from the state-run Institute of National Remembrance, which holds the secret police archives, estimate about 15 percent of Polish priests cooperated with the Communist-era intelligence services, which sought to clamp down on threats to the regime.

Wielgus' case highlights the problem, but may also mark a turning point, says Marek Zajac, a commentator for the respected Catholic weekly Tygodnik Powszechny. It seems to be a painful "mental breakthrough" for many church leaders that past agents will be outed, Zajac said.

The widening scandal threatens to darken the Polish church, whose resistance to the Communist leadership was perhaps best personified by the late Pope John Paul II. His encouragement of peaceful challenge to the regime is credited by many with hastening its demise.

Kaczynski stressed that the church played an "unambiguously positive and heroic role" in opposing the regime that ruled Poland until 1989, and warned that due to the current crisis the church is "almost accused of participation in the (Communist) system."

"We have to find a way out, above all, we have to very intensively make the nation aware of who the victims were and who the executioners were, and it's necessary to take care of the executioners," he said.

Zajac said two "radically different" ideas have emerged inside Poland's church on how deal with evidence of clergy who collaborated.

"One camp ... thinks that you have to bravely deal with the security service archives, that there's no other way out," Zajac said. "The other camp thinks instead that we shouldn't look into the archives, but that we should wait. Some voices say we should close the archives for 50 years until everyone in them is dead."

But the church may not have that much time, he said.

"If the church doesn't deal with the security services' archives, journalists will, and the church's authority will be undermined," he said.

 

 

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