While we are discussing current events...you're talking about "history" which non of us of today, including you, even witnessed nor heard the Pope ordered the killing you mentioned. Chances are it could only be a propaganda by some zealots to make certain religion look bad and discredit it in the eyes of its believers (like you always do!).
How can you claim it happen and believe it like you were actually there when the "proceeding" was supposed to be "secret", huh?
On the contrary, what recently happened in Libya speaks the truth; happening in real time, today, yesterday, the other day and not ancient history like what you are talking about. Current manifistation of how muslims murder innocent people because they're from the west and they look the just the same!
The Papacy admitted to the murder and I will not post something that is hearsay!!! Here's the admission:
...the Pope apologized for the Catholic Church's past mistakes?
On March 12, 2000, John Paul II, the present Pope of the Catholic Church made a historic feat when he asked forgiveness for the church's sins through the centuries. Speaking after the ceremony to the crowd in St. Peter's Basilica, he acknowledged the past misdeeds committed in the name of Catholicism:
"In calling for a Church-wide 'purification of memory', John Paul acknowledged the mistakes and cruelty imbedded in Church's history, including the Inquisition, the enforced conversions of the native peoples in Africa and Latin America, whose victims included Jews, Muslims, and members of the Eastern Orthodox church."
Reference:(Today, March 15, 2000.)
One of the errors of the Roman catholic Church is the creation of the Inquisition in the 13th century, through which anyone who refused to accept the Catholic Church's doctrines were tortured to death. The Pope's apology echoes what other Catholic authors such as John A. O'Brien had straightforwardly written several years ago:
"The Church cannot escape the responsibility for the use of torture nor for the burning of victims at the stake....we frankly acknowledge the responsibility of the popes in the use of torture and in the burning of thousands of heretics at the stake. Their sanctioning of such cruel and brutal measures is unquestionably one of the blackest stains on the record of the Holy Office and will remain to the end of time a cause of obloquy and shame upon the papacy."
Reference:(The Truth About the Inquisistion. pp. 47, 49.)
Such brutal measures perpetrated by the Catholic Church leaders of the past, and openly admitted by its present Pope, brings to mind what our Lord Jesus Christ and His apostles forewarned concerning the cruel nature of false prophets who would emerge after their time and lead people astray:
"Beware of false prophets who, come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves." (Mt. 7:15, New King James Version)
"Then they will deliver you up to tribulation and kill you,..." (Mt. 24:9, Ibid.)
"For I know this, that after my departure savage wolves will come in among you, not sparing the flock." (Acts 20:29, Ibid.)
Real Elias Ibarra