Posted on March 18, 2013 by itccs
Public Banning Order to be issued by the Common Law Court of Justice against Pope, Cardinals, and Archbishop Wilfrid Napier for aiding and encouraging child rape
kevAfter evading arrest by lawful Common Law Court officers, over thirty officials of church and state now face permanent banishment from their communities during Easter Week for being wanted criminals who are a danger to children everywhere.
These officers include Pope Francis I and former Pope Joseph Ratzinger, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Queen Elizabeth Windsor of England, all of whom were ordered detained by Citizen Arrest Warrants issued by the International Common Law Court of Justice on March 5 and 15, 2013.
“They have defied the law and lawful arrest, so therefore they are declared to be public enemies who are no longer welcome or allowed in our communities” explained Rev. Kevin Annett, who presented the evidence to the Court that convicted the guilty.
And now, a South African Catholic Archbishop who elected Pope Francis 1 has joined the ranks of officials who have been so banished.
After stating publicly that child rape is not a crime, and thereby endangering children in his community, the Archbishop of Durban, South Africa, Wilfrid Napier, has joined the ranks of over thirty church and state officials who as of Palm Sunday, March 24, will be declared banished from their communities by order of the Common Law Court of Justice.
This Banishment Proclamation was issued today and is enclosed. It will be read and posted at catholic churches around the world on Sunday, March 24, and during Easter Week.
The persons named in this Banishment are no longer welcome or allowed in any church or public facility, and are ordered to avoid contact with any child or victim of church violence.
If the guilty do not abide by this Public Banishment, they can be detained and arrested by any Citizen, with or without a Citizen Arrest Warrant.
The ITCCS calls upon the citizens of the world and all ITCCS affiliates to enforce this Banishment by doing the following:
1. Post the enclosed Banishment Proclamation on Catholic and Protestant churches and other facilities throughout the world starting next Sunday, March 24.
2. Occupy these churches and government offices to ensure that the guilty criminals have no contact with children and other vulnerable people.
3. Inform the local police that these criminals are evading Citizens’ Arrest and are a threat to the community and to the safety of children.
4. Monitor the actions and movements of these guilty men and women, and known child rapists, and detain them if possible.
Further notices concerning the actions of ITCCS groups in twenty one countries during Easter Week will follow shortly.
Issued 18 March, 2013
ITCCS Central, Brussels