Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Public Information Update from The Prosecutor’s Office of The International Common Law Court of Justice
Bulletin No. 3: Thursday, April 17, 2014 – 10 pm GMT
In the Matter of the People v. Bergoglio, Pachon, Welby and others charged with global child trafficking and ritual murder
The Court adjourns for two weeks after the first round in the Prosecutor’s Case discloses the startling testimony of eight witnesses.
Two separate witnesses describe their alleged rape and ritual torture by chief defendant Jorge Bergoglio (alias “Pope Francis”) in 2009 and 2010.
The Chief Prosecutor establishes a link between the British, Dutch and Belgian royal families and the disappearances and killing of Mohawk children at the Church of England’s Brantford Indian residential school in Canada.
Jesuit records are introduced as evidence detailing the so-called “Magisterial Privilege” decreeing papal involvement in “Ninth Circle” ritual murder of newborn children. The same records identify Joseph Ratzinger as a member of the “Knights of Darkness” S.S. sacrificial cult during World War Two.
ITCCS Field Secretary Kevin Annett is scheduled to testify before the Court during its second round of sessions in early May to corroborate witnesses’ testimonies from his own work and experience.
A prominent Vatican official initiates back channel communication with the Court and offers key evidence, as Magistrates consider extending closed Court sessions during May.
The Court and its affiliates will issue an Easter Proclamation this Sunday, April 20 and endorse public actions at the Vatican and Catholic churches across the world. Rev. Kevin Annett will lead a public ceremony of “exorcism and replacement” at a prominent Catholic cathedral on that day.
Published on Apr 17, 2014Michigan just became the 34th state to vote that a Constitutional Convention be called, and no one really noticed. Not Congress, not the media, no one. In Article V of the Constitution, it allows for the Constitution to be amended two ways: through Congressional vote, and through State Legislature vote. We haven't amended the Constitution in decades, and now that the states have voted to do so...no one noticed. The Resident discusses.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Published on Apr 16, 2014Wait a second...did BP spill again? BP -- as in British Petroleum -- as in the same company responsible for the biggest oil spill in world history in the Gulf of Mexico back in 2010? In this Big Media Blindspot, the Governor uncovers a spill right here in Lake Michigan. But that's not all: guess what our money-hungry government just approved...more leases for BP in the Gulf! Has BP paid their dues? Give Jesse your verdict at ora.tv/offthegrid.
Published on Apr 16, 2014Abby Martin reports on the growing number of murders of environmental activist worldwide by corporate and government entities, citing the 908 deaths reported in countries from Brazil to the Philippines.