The legitimacy of the International Tribunal for Crimes by Church and State explained.
- Watch the Farewell to Pope Benedict XVI (praiserichmond.com)
- Crimes Against Humanity: Arrest Warrants Issued for Pope Benedict XVI, Queen Elizabeth, and Stephen Harper (collective-evolution.com)
History and Legal Basis of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) – and its affiliate, The International Common Law Court of Justice
The ITCCS is a citizen-based “Tribunal of Conscience” with standing under international and natural law. Its legitimacy is established under the international legal principle of a Necessity Act under which citizens can establish a bona fide judicial mechanism rooted in the Common Law.
Founded in the spring of 2010 at a conference of survivors of church torture in Dublin, Ireland, the ITCCS presently comprises organizations in fifteen countries (see list of founding sponsors and affiliates below). It was founded because of the refusal of existing courts and governments to charge and prosecute churches guilty of genocide and crimes against children, and because of the active complicity of these state agencies with such criminal church bodies.
The ITCCS Central Office is in Brussels, Belgium…
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