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Kevin Annett: Former Argentine Official to Testify Against Pope Bergoglio's Child Trafficking Under Junta in ArgentinaSalem-News.com
Kevin Annett outlines the upcoming prosecution of Jorge Bergoglio based on new eyewitnesses from Argentina.
(VANCOUVER, BC) - Kevin Annett, field secretary of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS.ORG) revealed that a former Argentine government official is scheduled to testify against Pope Bergoglio (Francis I) as to his role in child trafficking during the Junta government and the dirty war in Argentina. The Argentine official’s testimony is scheduled to occur in common law court of justice proceedings against Pope Bergoglio slated to begin in Brussels early in 2014.
In his interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre on ExopoliticsTV, Kevin Annett also discussed plans by a United Nations NGO to move for stripping the Vatican of its observor status at the UN on the grounds that it is a criminal organization. The Vatican is currently answering queries at the UN on child trafficking and child abuse.
Kevin Annett also discussed the U.K.’s use of unlawful psychiatric incarceration against a ITCCS member of a common law court in Coventry, UK. Attempted psychiatric incarceration or psychiatric commitment has occurred against other NGOs such as EUCACH.ORG’s Melanie Vritschan in Brussels. Kevin Annett commented on the possible use of attempted psychiatric commitment by the King’s prosecutor in Brussels as a means of attempting to stop the common law court of justice proceedings against Pope Bergoglio for child trafficking.
Kevin Annett: Former Argentine official to testify against Pope Bergoglio's child trafficking under Junta in Argentina
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