Michele Giordano (born September 26, 1930 in San Arcangelo, Italy) is the archbishop emeritus of Naples, Italy, and a Cardinal-Priest of San Gioacchino ai Prati di Castello of the Roman Catholic Church.
In 1999, he was charged with funneling church funds to his brother in what prosecutors alleged was a loan sharking ring. He was acquitted of those charges in December 2000.
In 2002, he was convicted and sentenced to four-and-a-half months confinement on charges of illegally subdividing a historic place. That case centered around his decision to convert property bequeathed to the church into apartments instead of creating a home for retired priests, as the heiress who bequeathed the property had wished. The criminal conviction was rejected by Italy's highest criminal court on 28 April 2005. 
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