TO KEVIN ANNETT
“We, the members of the group known as “The Circle of Justice” hereby give you notice that you are to cease any statements, implications or representations that you represent our group in any capacity or have any association with our group. We also hereby give you notice to cease the use of the name of The Circle of Justice or the name of any individual of the group in any association with you in any book, newspaper, on the internet, television or through any medium or in any conversations or representations with anyone.
“We also give notice to you Kevin Annett to cease any and all fundraising in the name of the Circle of Justice and to turn over and account for any monies collected in the name of The Circle of Justice or when the name of The Circle of Justice was associated with your name in any way. We also demand that you turn over any and all materials in whatever form taken specifically through your interviews and other work with Survivors of the Canadian Residential Schools.” –NewsInsideOut.com
Kevin Annett: Brussels child genocide trial will disestablish Pope Francis, Jesuits, Vatican, and Roman Catholic Church Posted on Mar 11, 2014
VANCOUVER, BC – In an ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Kevin Annett, field secretary of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS.ORG), has detailed the process of the forthcoming child trafficking and child genocide trial before the International Common Law Court of Justice (ICLCJ.COM) in Brussels of Pope Francis I (Jorge Mario Bergoglio), the Jesuit Superior General, the Archbishop of Canterbury and others. Announcement of Case Docket No. 31032014-001: In the Matter of The People v. Jorge Bergoglio, Adolfo Nicolas Pachon and others, and their Bodies Corporate
Pathetic Pope Francis Confesses to Stealing a Cross From a Dead Man!
Posted Mar 7, 2014
How Low Can You Go?
Pope confesses to pilfering cross
Pope Francis revealed on Thursday he had succumbed to “that thief in all of us” and broke the seventh commandment by stealing a small cross from the coffin of a priest so he could remember the man.
In off-the-cuff comments to Roman priests, Francis recalled when he was in his native Buenos Aires, he went to the funeral of an elderly priest he admired.
He noticed that there were no flowers in the coffin. He bought some and laid them out in the coffin where the dead priest was holding a rosary in his hand.
“Suddenly, that thief that all of us have inside of us came into my mind. As I was laying out the flowers, I took the cross that was on the rosary and, using some force, detached it”
Francis, who did not say when the episode took place, added that he has carried the little cross with him ever since in order to remember the priest and the mercy he showed to others.