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Pope Lawsuit 2011 /The Pope Has Been Indicted In The International Criminal Court

Pope Lawsuit 2011 /The Pope Has Been Indicted In The International Criminal Court

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Criminal charges were filed against Pope Benedict XVI at the International World Court last week by two lawyers from the Pope's home state of Bavaria. The charges, which allege crimes against humanity, were submitted by Christian Sailer and Gert-Joachim Hetzel of Marktheidenfeld to Dr Luis Moreno Ocampo, the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court at the Hague.

The 16,500-word indictment alleges “three worldwide crimes which until now have not been denounced . . . (as) the traditional reverence toward ‘ecclesiastical authority’ has clouded the sense of right and wrong”.

They claim the Pope “is responsible for the preservation and leadership of a worldwide totalitarian regime of coercion which subjugates its members with terrifying and health-endangering threats”.

They allege he is also responsible for “the adherence to a fatal forbiddance of the use of condoms, even when the danger of HIV-Aids infection exists” and for “the establishment and maintenance of a worldwide system of cover-up of the sexual crimes committed by Catholic priests and their preferential treatment, which aids and abets ever new crimes”.

They claim the Catholic Church “acquires its members through a compulsory act, namely, through the baptism of infants that do not yet have a will of their own”. This act was “irrevocable” and is buttressed by threats of excommunication and the fires of hell.

It was “a grave impairment of the personal freedom of development and of a person’s emotional and mental integrity”. The Pope was “responsible for its preservation and enforcement and, as Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith of his Church, he was jointly responsible” with Pope John Paul II.

Catholics “threatened by HIV-AIDS . . . are faced with a terrible alternative: If they protect themselves with condoms during sexual intercourse, they become grave sinners; if they do not protect themselves out of fear of the punishment of sin threatened by the church, they become candidates for death.”

There was also “strong suspicion that Dr Joseph Ratzinger, as prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith of his church and as Pope, has up to the present day systematically covered up the sexual abuse of children and youths and protected the perpetrators, thereby aiding and abetting further sexual violence toward young people”.

My opinion?

He's the head of a criminal enterprise called, "the Catholic Church" and should be charged under RICO Statutes for operating a criminal enterprise, convicted and imprisoned for life. That's my opinion, for what it's worth, which isn't much.

The 16,500 word Indictment:

http://www.datafilehost.com/download-72fb5bc3.html

Peace
Criminal charges were filed against Pope Benedict XVI at the International World Court last week by two lawyers from the Pope's home state of Bavaria. The charges, which allege crimes against humanity, were submitted by Christian Sailer and Gert-Joachim Hetzel of Marktheidenfeld to Dr Luis Moreno Ocampo, the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court at the Hague.

The 16,500-word indictment alleges “three worldwide crimes which until now have not been denounced . . . (as) the traditional reverence toward ‘ecclesiastical authority’ has clouded the sense of right and wrong”.

They claim the Pope “is responsible for the preservation and leadership of a worldwide totalitarian regime of coercion which subjugates its members with terrifying and health-endangering threats”.

They allege he is also responsible for “the adherence to a fatal forbiddance of the use of condoms, even when the danger of HIV-Aids infection exists” and for “the establishment and maintenance of a worldwide system of cover-up of the sexual crimes committed by Catholic priests and their preferential treatment, which aids and abets ever new crimes”.

They claim the Catholic Church “acquires its members through a compulsory act, namely, through the baptism of infants that do not yet have a will of their own”. This act was “irrevocable” and is buttressed by threats of excommunication and the fires of hell.

It was “a grave impairment of the personal freedom of development and of a person’s emotional and mental integrity”. The Pope was “responsible for its preservation and enforcement and, as Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith of his Church, he was jointly responsible” with Pope John Paul II.

Catholics “threatened by HIV-AIDS . . . are faced with a terrible alternative: If they protect themselves with condoms during sexual intercourse, they become grave sinners; if they do not protect themselves out of fear of the punishment of sin threatened by the church, they become candidates for death.”

There was also “strong suspicion that Dr Joseph Ratzinger, as prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith of his church and as Pope, has up to the present day systematically covered up the sexual abuse of children and youths and protected the perpetrators, thereby aiding and abetting further sexual violence toward young people”.

My opinion?

He's the head of a criminal enterprise called, "the Catholic Church" and should be charged under RICO Statutes for operating a criminal enterprise, convicted and imprisoned for life. That's my opinion, for what it's worth, which isn't much.

The 16,500 word Indictment:

http://www.datafilehost.com/download-72fb5bc3.html

Peace

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11/09/2014

In Canada, the first large child molester scandal occurred in 1990: Nine Christian
Brothers, a lay organization of the Catholic Church, were gaoled for repeated
sexual assaults on boys in an orphanage. In 2001 it was revealed that a Catholic
school in Montreal had become a den for sexual abuse, covered up repeatedly by
compensation payments for the crimes of priests who were never reported to
police. In 2003 police discovered that a bishop had hidden handwritten con-
fessions from one priest whom he had transferred to another parish without
calling attention to the priest’s criminal record. The man was eventually con-

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victed of abusing 47 girls. Canada’s biggest scandal is the sexual, physical and
emotional violence that took place in residential schools for aboriginal children,
also run by the Catholic Church. A national compensation agreement required
the church to pay $80 million dollars and the government had to pay $2.2 billion.
The Pope has apologized, but here, too, there have been concerns that the church
did not fully cooperate with the government Commission that had investigated
the crimes. (cf. Robertson, op.cit., p. 33 f.)

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