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Commission investigating Vatileaks has questioned 23 people

The Commission, which only responds to the Pope, has held an average of four to five individual questionings per week. Among the list of people are clergy members,Vatican superiors, the laity and Vatican employees. As far as whether or not cardinals have been ; accused in the investigation, Lombardi denied the rumors, by saying that the investigation is still ongoing, therefore no conclusions can be made at this point. For now, the Pope's butler is still under arrest at the Vatican. KLH RR VM PR