Let us count the ways the Catholic church is like the mob

After their recent raid to expose information about child-raping priests, the Belgian police are facing another problem.

Officials say that police are also looking into threats to the lives of some witnesses and magistrates connected to the case.

Jean Marc Meillure, a spokesman for the public prosecutors office, confirmed that an investigation was under way.

"There are some threats against certain people around the case, and the prosecutors office is investigating that," he told the BBC.

He said the threats had been made against people who gave the authorities information or made a complaint, or against some magistrates.

Nobody rats out the head Ratzi. If the stool pigeons can't be bought, they can be disappeared.

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