An Italian court will decide! Luigi Cascioli, who seems to be Italy's answer to Michael Newdow, brought the suit, he says, because he "wanted to deal the final blow against the Church, the bearer of obscurantism and regression." What Italian laws does he cite?
1. "Abuso di Credulita Popolare," that is, Abuse of Popular Belief.
2. "Sostituzione di Persona," that is, Impersonation.
Cascioli, who has singled out one particular priest whom he went to school with, has a book about atheism to sell. I think he should be charged with "Prodezza Diabolica di Pubblicità," that is, Evil Publicity Stunt.