The months-long Common Law court case case against Pope Francis, Jorge Bergoglio, the Jesuit leader Adolfo Pachon and the Archbishop of Canterbury for their involvement in child trafficking and murder concluded yesterday in the successful conviction of all three defendants. They were sentenced in absentia to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. An open ended international arrest warrant for the guilty parties will be issued. A permanent Commission to prosecute and convict others involved in these crimes has been established from out of this historic case. Issued by the International Common Law Court of Justice, Brussels, 19 July, 2014. www.itccs.org , www.iclcj.com .

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