Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Rev. Kevin Annett and the ITCCS begin new campaign to disestablish secular power of the Vatican – Annett will commence global speaking tour on the American east coast on January 15, 2014

Media Advisory – December 17, 2013


New York City:

The man who helped not only to indict Canada and its churches for genocide but depose former Pope Benedict will commence a global speaking tour in New York City on January 15, 2014.

Kevin Annett is an internationally acclaimed whistle blower and Nobel Prize nominee who helped establish the twenty one nation International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) in 2010, whose evidence and court actions helped to depose one Pope and is now threatening a second one. And in the new year, Annett’s network is ratcheting up its campaign to permanently disestablish the Vatican as “a convicted transnational criminal body that openly traffics children and protects child rapists”.

Kevin Annett will be meeting with groups all over America during January and February to assist them in their efforts to bring known child raping catholic priests to trial in local common law courts, and to pressure the government and the United Nations to revoke the diplomatic status and immunity of the Roman Catholic church.

The first leg of his U.S. speaking tour will include talks in New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Nashville, St. Louis, Chicago and Florida. Annett will tour the western states and the west coast later this spring. In February, he will travel to Europe to speak and organize in nine different countries, and to meet with politicians, the media and abuse survivors, including in Rome.

A biography and relevant links to Kevin Annett and the ITCCS follow.

For information and details on his specific venues, contact Rev. Annett at, or ph: 386-323-5774 in the USA.

The ITCCS website is

1. Biography of Rev. Kevin Annett with youtube interview:

2. Sample of evidence of Genocide in Canada, documented by Kevin Annett for 2013 court case:

3. Kevin Annett’s book Hidden No Longer (2010) and award winning documentary film Unrepentant (2007):