Posted on July 23, 2012 by itccs
A Call for Citizen Participation
ITCCS Communique 23 July 2012: Brussels, London, Ottawa
The Legal Advisory Group of the ITCCS Central Office has completed a list of specifications, indictments and defendants in a global class action lawsuit to be brought against the institutions responsible for centuries of genocide, torture and human trafficking.
The material will be submitted on September 15, 2012 to de jure Common Law courts which shall be officially convened on the same day to receive the application for proceedings.
These courts shall convene on traditional territories under Natural Land Law jurisdiction. An initial roster of confirmed judges for these courts has been approved.
September 15 is also the deadline issued by the ITCCS to the Vatican and Crown of England by which time they must respond to a program of ten measures or face prosecution and permanent disruption.
Today, the ITCCS Council of Elders is issuing a public call for all citizens to participate in these proceedings as witnesses and jurors.
Citizen Jury members will be duly sworn in and given instructions by the judges of these courts, and will be expected to serve on a free, volunteer basis for an indefinite period of time.
Witnesses to crimes against humanity are encouraged to come forward with their affidavits and testimonies, and be duly sworn as witnesses at the court proceedings.
The common law courts will be initially established in Canada, the United States, Ireland, England and Australia, in some cases in conjunction with sponsoring tribal elders.
The Court will be presented the indictments and evidence by trained Citizen Prosecutors, and arrest warrants and summonses against the named defendants will be issued and enforced by duly sworn Common Law Peace Officers employed by the Court.
“The Court is going ahead” said ITCCS field worker and public spokesman Kevin D. Annett today.
“We are proceeding with the public prosecution of the churches and states responsible for centuries of slaughter. The time for talk has ended. This is the first step in our dismantling of the worst criminals in human history.”
The complete identity of the Common Law court judges as well as the Elders of the ITCCS will be made public on the opening day of the court proceedings at a global media conference.
To volunteer for one of the Common Law juries in your country, or to submit a deposition to the Court, contact the ITCCS at this email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ITCCS Communique 23 July 2012
Issued by the ITCCS Elders Council
Brussels – London – Ottawa