“Pope Snuffing” Court targets Crimes on Canada’s west coast – Arrests and Convictions sought as new evidence surfaces of an “international criminal conspiracy”
The International Court that convicted and deposed Pope Benedict and indicted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for Complicity in Genocide has commenced criminal proceedings on Canada’s west coast against a group of co-conspirators in Crimes against Humanity.
The International Common Law Court of Justice (ICLCJ) announced today that it will convene on Monday, November 2, 2020 in Vancouver to issue arrest warrants against twelve individuals and to commence a trial to convict a network of persons “actively engaged in an international criminal conspiracy planned and executed at the highest levels of power in Canada and China”.
The Court proceedings will be held within the common law jurisdiction of the Republic of Kanata and will be monitored by international observers.
The ICLCJ announcement follows from an intensive two month investigation conducted by its Prosecutor’s Office on Vancouver Island and across northern British Columbia. According to Prosecution spokeswoman Jocelyn Comrie-Dufort, “We have solid evidence to justify the issuing of warrants and the launching of a trial.”
The opening session of the Court will feature an application by Kevin Annett for the issuing of arrest warrants against twelve people, including those named in previous Court convictions. Annett served as an advisor to the Court in its historic trial and conviction of former Pope Benedict, Queen Elizabeth and twenty-eight other officials between July 2012 and February 2013 in Brussels.
A public briefing on his application and the basis for the trial will be given by Kevin Annett prior to the commencement of the Court proceedings on November 2.
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Issued 28 October, 2020 by the Information Office of the International Common Law Court of Justice (firstname.lastname@example.org)