A Great Day in History: The Pope is Gone!Our Citizen Jurors will speak to the World This Saturday - Their Common Law Court evidence is broadcast to millions on American Television - and Plans to Arrest the Guilty Move Forward
Latest News, Reflections and an Important Leaflet from The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State and Kevin AnnettFrom Slovenia to Fiji to the Vatican itself, the Momentum Grows
It isn't only the half million hits on our websites that show that the world is aflame from the spark we've ignited.
Over the past few days, hundreds of people in fifteen countries have pledged their support to our Tribunal to occupy churches and help perform Citizens' Arrests of criminal heads of church and state in Rome, London and across Canada.
"This is the answer to a life time of hoping" commented an elderly aboriginal survivor of a Saskatchewan Christian internment camp - read, "residential school" - who contacted our Tribunal after he heard our Court's verdict.
"Count me in. I may be eighty two but nobody will keep me from occupying the local catholic church. Those priests killed my brother in there and now they're going to answer for him"
People from as far away as the Pacific islands, South Africa, China and a dozen European countries, as well as across North America, are being recruited to launch public actions against their local Catholic churches after March 4, when International Citizens Arrest Warrants will be issued by the Common Law Court in Brussels.
In Canada, more than twenty United and Anglican churches have also been targeted for picketing or occupation that week, along with Catholic cathedrals. Protestors even plan to strike at the Archbishop of Canterbury's church and Buckingham Palace.
These church occupations will grow and culminate in a Global Week of Reclamation during Easter, March 24 -31.
Not coincidentally, the top Catholic official in England, Cardinal Keith O'Brien, suddenly resigned this week and announced he would not vote at the Vatican Conclave on March 15 to elect a new Pope. This unprecedented defiance may indicate a collapse in the disciplinary chain of command within the church, since Cardinals' attendance at the Papal Conclave is normally mandatory.
Meanwhile, Common Law Court officers have begun to serve the Order of Compliance to the thirty officials found guilty of Crimes against Humanity last Monday, including Joseph Ratzinger, Elizabeth Windsor, top Roman Cardinals and Stephen Harper, the Prime Minister of Canada. All of the accused parties seem to be in hiding.Yes, Virginia, there really is a Common Law Court!
Tune in on Saturday to learn why the Vatican black ops department swung into full gear after last Monday's Court verdict, spreading the Big Lie throughout the Italian and world corporate media that our Court is a fabrication of one man - Kevin Annett.
In response, two of the Citizen Jurors from the Common Law Court who found the Pope and others guilty will be featured on the new blog talk radio program We the Jury this Saturday, to describe why they volunteered for the historic position and voted as they did.
The Jurors are Lisa Shannon from the United States and Melanie Spencer from the Netherlands. They'll be joined by ITCCS activists from Ireland John Deegan, Gerry O'Donovan and Dave O'Brien, who have led and will continue church occupations in that country.
This two hour We the Jury program will be broadcast this Saturday, March 2 at 4 pm EST, 9 pm Greenwich time, at www.blogtalkradio.com/wethejury
. Hosts will be Kevin Annett and Bill Annett, with producers Marcie Lane and Claudia Julien, who are of aboriginal descent.