On the Eve of A Final Accounting: An Update from Kevin Annett and The
International Common Law Court of Justice
Reverend Kevin Annett, M.A., M.Div. Salem-News.com Oct-05-2012
(BRUSSELS) - I've been traveling across Europe and North America since
August, helping to establish our Common Law Court of Justice. This
Court is something new and historic in the world, a grassroots
movement of citizen-powered justice that on October 15 will begin to
turn the tables on criminal bodies of church and state.
The Court is now functioning in seven countries, and will issue
indictments and enforce its verdicts and sentences against those
responsible for hideous crimes against children. More specific
directions will be issued to all 58 of its citizen jurors before
Hundreds of people are on board now with the Court: citizen jurors,
judges and prosecutors, and many eyewitnesses and plaintiffs.
Summonses have been issued, including to the Pope himself and heads of
state. And in response, a senior catholic Cardinal has shown a
willingness to break from the Pope and negotiate some of our demands
on behalf of a faction in the hierarchy.
And thanks to new information provided by church insiders, we are on
the verge of revealing the unmarked graves of little children that
scatter the lands of Canada, America, Ireland and other nations; and
starting the process to bring those children home.
So here's my report, written from Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium,
the USA and Canada....
Our action caused quite the stir in Holland. The top archbishop there
wrote about our action to all his clergy, and that same week, over
20,000 people watched our broadcast from Holland about the launching
of our International Common Law Court of Justice. (www.itccs.org,
Sept. 15 and 17) In response, a German-Swiss television network
broadcast our documentary Unrepentant to ten million people across
These kind of church occupations are definitely an Achilles Heel to
criminal bodies like the Vatican, the Church of England and the United
Church of Canada. Don't forget that it was our March, 2007 occupations
of Vancouver and Toronto churches and the massive media coverage of
those actions that forced the government's "apology" to residential
school survivors a few months later.
But an even greater weapon in our arsenal is the hard evidence of
church-sponsored crime and murder that will begin to go online
globally on October 15. And this is clearly what churches and
governments are worried about.
On September 18, an official with the European Union met with me for a
day in Brussels and confirmed this.
"Parliamentarians here have been reading your documentation about the
death rate in Canadian Indian schools, ever since your press
conference in Rome two years ago" said the man.
"Some of us are preparing a motion to have Canada investigated for
crimes against humanity, along with Pope Benedict. There is plenty of
evidence showing collusion, thanks to your work."
Equally encouraging, and a sign of the crisis in the Vatican, is that
while in Brussels I received a communication from a senior Cardinal in
Rome describing how an anti-Ratzinger element in the Curia wishes to
discuss some of the Ten Requirements our Tribunal issued to the Pope
on May 4 (www.itccs.org). Now that these kinds of divisions in the
Vatican are starting to crack open, it's clear that the tide is