Itccs: Pope Benedict Resigned To Avoid Arrest, Seizure Of Church Wealth By EasterSubmitted by Apple on Thu, 02/14/2013 - 06:03
ITCCS.org is reporting that Joseph Ratzinger resigned as Pope this week as a result of pending charges for criminal conspiracy to aid and protect child torture and trafficking. The report reveals that the organization has procured an arrest warrant from an unnamed European nation against Ratzinger, and will move to place a commercial lien against all the financial assets of Vatican, Inc effective Easter Sunday, 3/31/13 via international law and the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.
The ITCCS (International Tribunal into Crimes of Church & State) states that it will proceed with the arrest warrant for Ratzinger even after he vacated the office of Pope, and will also pursue charges against Ratzinger’s replacement as head of the Vatican.
While SD’s short research into ITCCS seems to indicate that ITCCS appears to be a small, rather unknown operation rather than a respected international tribunal (and we will await confirmation of the arrest warrant and charges from the un-named European before making too much of these charges), we would like to remind readers that JP Morgan was the Vatican’s private bank, and was implicated in the Vatican money laundering scandal this past summer.
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