Sheriffs move to arrest convicted church leaders Bergoglio, Pachon and Welby: Vatican-Crown plan counter attack
Just received from Brussels 24.7/2014:
Sheriffs move to arrest convicted church leaders Bergoglio, Pachon and Welby:
Vatican-Crown plan counter attack
“There are rumors that a price has been put on Annett’s head by Ndrangheta”
An Update from The International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels
July 24, 2014 , 3 pm GMT (Common Cause News Service and copyright)
Brussels, Rome and London:
In the wake of the Court’s criminal conviction of Pope Francis, Jorge Bergoglio, Jesuit head Adolfo Pachon and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby on July 18, Court-authorized Sheriffs armed with Arrest Warrants are seeking to detain the three convicted men today in London and Rome.
Bergoglio, Pachon and Welby were found guilty of child trafficking and murder by a unanimous decision of the five Magistrates of the Court last Friday, and sentenced to life imprisonment without parole.
A spokeswoman for the Court said today,
“Our Sheriffs have notified police authorities in England, Italy and at the Vatican about the conviction, and have asked for their assistance in arresting the guilty parties, who have been issued a Court Order to comply with the verdict, and to surrender themselves to the Sheriffs”
In response, sources in Rome and Brussels have informed the Court that the Vatican is launching a counter attack against the verdict which will include blind media stories attacking the Court and Kevin Annett.
“You can expect an escalation in the hysteria and smears against him and the Court, including from the so-called alternative media that gets Vatican money. Now’s the time for another big distraction to fog your verdict” stated a member of Italy’s Radical Party today.
Politicians and church sources in Rome confirm that the Court verdict has the Pope “extremely worried”. Jesuit leader Adolfo Pachon, also convicted by the Court, has already announced that he will resign at the next Jesuit congress.
In London, Archbishop Welby closeted himself with advisers on July 14 to discuss the Court’s case, during the recent London Synod of the Anglican church. Welby has apparently decided not to leave Lambeth Palace, his official residence in London, and has requested police protection.
But the criminal syndicate known as Ndrangheta, which was publicly exposed by Kevin Annett and the Court as a major actor in child trafficking and murder connected to the Catholic church, is apparently planning a more deadly response.
According to a source in a Belgian police department,
“There are rumors that a price has been put on Annett’s head by Ndrangheta. My contacts say it’s being planned with the Holy Alliance” (the Vatican spy and assassination agency).
The Court is planning to release some of the key evidence that convicted the three church officials no later than September 1, 2014, when a Permanent Commission into Child Trafficking and Ritual Sacrifice will be established to dig deeper into the role of Ndrangheta and major banks in drug money laundering, child trafficking and murder.
A European representative of the Common Law Court, Melanie Vritschan, and Field Secretary Kevin Annett will be holding a global media interview soon to elaborate the evidence and respond to these new threats. Stand by for further updates and instructions.
Issued by The Public Information Office of The International Common Law Court of Justice, Brussels
24 July, 2014, 3 pm GMT