Toronto, Canada, July 4.
A joint media release by The Association of Citizen Prosecutors (ACP) and The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) was released on "Canada Day," July 1, 2012.
It announced the first class action lawsuit in Canadian history to name as co-defendants the Vatican, the Crown of England, Canada and its churches, and big pharmaceutical companies, all of which are accused of crimes against humanity and criminal conspiracy.
The lawsuit is brought by Jason Bowman of the ACP and Rev. Kevin Annett of the ITCCS, on behalf of a group of many others.
They note that anyone who has suffered at the hands of these groups is invited to join the action.
Annett, said, " The biggest criminal conspiracy in history is being confronted this week in a federal court house in Toronto. Over half of Canadians polled are with us, and want an end to our ties with the Crown. Victims of church, state and big pharma are finally uniting to put an end to their terror."
"Some of my (blog) readers are upset that I ran this image of Jesus, (above) as part of a recent article about the conviction of catholic bishop William Lynn, who spent decades helping priests in Philadelphia torture and rape children. I agree with my critics. This is hardly an accurate portrayal of Jesus. The truth is the man from Nazareth would do a lot more than passively gesture at child killers, especially if they claimed to be part of "his" church. Jesus, after all, was the guy who recommended tying a ten-ton rock around the neck of anyone who harmed a child, and tossing the offender into the ocean."
Annett noted: tune in Wednesday, July 4, at 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time in Canada, 6 pm GMT in Europe, for a livestream broadcast of our press conference regarding the commencing of our historic criminal conspiracy lawsuit against the Crown of England, Canada and its churches, and the Vatican.
Kanata Day Communique: A Chance to Turn the Tables on the Oligarchy of Crown, Church, and Corporation click here Accessed July 4, 2012
Historic Lawsuit. http://itccs.org/2012/06/29/1043/ Accessed July 4, 2012
Press release statement: http://www.scribd.com/doc/98695498/July12012ACPITCCSJointPressReleaseStatement-7 Accessed July 4, 2012
More info: http://federalclassactions.wordpress.com Accessed July 4, 2012
Press contact: Jason Bowman (705) 250-0221 or Kevin Annett (250) 591-4573