Scandal-hit Vatican banker dies
From the BBC
Archbishop Paul Marcinkus, who was involved in one of the biggest financial scandals to hit the Vatican, has died, church officials say.
The 84-year-old American had been living in Sun City, Arizona.
Marcinkus was head of the Vatican Bank at the time of the fraudulent collapse of Banco Ambrosiano in 1982, with which it had close ties.
He denied any wrongdoing. Although he was sought for questioning, he was granted immunity as a Vatican employee.