Originally Posted on March 1, 2014 by admin
Criminal Trial Division, Brussels
March 1, 2014
Announcement of Case Docket No. 31032014-001:
In the Matter of The People v. Jorge Bergoglio, Adolfo Nicolas Pachon, Justin Welby and others, and their Bodies Corporate
A Pre-Trial Hearing will commence on Monday, March 31, 2014 at 9:00 am GMT in Brussels
Issued by the Office of the Presiding Magistrates
E. Cantillon, Secretary
LET IT BE KNOWN that, based on an application brought before it by the Office of the Citizen Prosecutor on February 10, 2014, the Court will in thirty days commence litigation proceedings against Jorge Bergoglio (“Pope Francis 1″), Adolfo Nicolas Pachon (“Superior General of the Jesuit Order”), Justin Welby (Archbishop of Canterbury”) and others involved in Crimes against Humanity.
These defendants will be charged with organizing and abetting child rape, torture and trafficking, and criminally conspiring to commit and conceal these offences.
The Court will convene its pre-trial Examination Hearing on Monday, March 31, 2014 at 9:00 GMT in the city of Brussels.
The Court is therefore issuing today a Public Summons to the named Defendants to be present at this Hearing, either in person or through their legal representatives.
Failure by any of the Defendants to appear may be interpreted by the Court as constituting a plea of nolo contendere, or non-contested, and will be entered into the Court record as such.
A copy of the Summons will be issued immediately to the named Defendants by Sheriffs appointed by the Court.
Anyone with evidence related to this matter is invited to submit it to the Office of the Citizen Prosecutor of the Court in the form of a legally sworn deposition and affidavit. For details, please contact the Office at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The ITCCS and its affiliates are calling for a Public Day of Silence to End Church Violence against Children, on the day before the opening of the Trial: Sunday, March 30, 2014. You are asked to refrain from all normal activity that day and join in prayer, fasting and reflection.
The Tribunal asks all people of conscience to remember and act not only for the children who are presently suffering and dying at the hands of church-protected child rapists and traffickers, but for the countless children who have died at the hands of these churches – children like:
Albert Hance, age 9, starved to death at the Anglican St. George’s school in Lytton, British Columbia;
Richard Thomas, age 15, beaten to death by Catholic priest Terrance MacNamara at the Kuper Island school, British Columbia;
Shirley Tatooche, age 10, raped to death by Catholic priests at the Fort Albany school in Ontario …and at least 50,000 more children in Canada alone. (www.hiddennolonger.com)
Remember the Dead – Fight for the Living – Jail the Child Killers and all those who protect them!
Updates to follow.
Issued by The Public Information Office of the International Common Law Court of Justice, Criminal Trial Division and by ITCCS Central
March 1, 2014