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Roman Church admits the Pope’s Guilt:
Roman Church admits the Pope’s Guilt: Joseph Ratzinger to Evade Justice and Hide out in the Vatican for his own legal immunity and “protection”
Roman Church admits the Pope’s Guilt: Joseph Ratzinger to Evade Justice and Hide out in the Vatican for his
own legal immunity and “protection”
Posted on February 16, 2013 by itccs
Exclusive Breaking News: Friday February 15, 2013
12 midnight GMT
An Urgent Update from the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) – Brussels
In a statement to Reuters today, Vatican officials announced that Joseph Ratzinger will remain a permanent resident
of Vatican City after his resignation. Doing so will offer him legal protection from any attempt to prosecute him in
connection with sexual abuse cases around the world, Church sources said today
"His continued presence in the Vatican is necessary, otherwise he might be defenseless".
This startling admission of guilt by the church is also a direct obstruction of justice, and lends more weight to the
charge by the ITCCS and others that the Vatican has arranged with the Italian government to shield Ratzinger
from criminal prosecution, in violation of international laws ratified by Italy.
The Vatican decided today to give permanent sanctuary to a proven war criminal by allowing Joseph Ratzinger to
obstruct justice and evade prosecution for crimes against humanity. And the government of Italy is colluding in this
abrogation of international law.
This decision validates our claims about the criminal conspiracy surrounding Ratzinger and his Vatican co-
conspirators. It also makes it clear that the Vatican is a rogue power that is flaunting every law to conceal its own
In response, the ITCCS calls upon its affiliates and all people of conscience to use our upcoming Easter Reclamation
Campaign to converge on Rome and the Vatican to force the extradition of Ratzinger from Vatican City, and place
him and his accessories on trial for crimes against humanity.
Commencing Sunday, March 24, 2013, our activists and others will begin an escalating series of Catholic church
occupations and seizures of church property to bring about Ratzinger's extradition and reclaim stolen wealth from
the criminal corporation known as Vatican Inc. – in the name of the legion of their victims, both living and dead.
.. and from Kevin Annett – The Rat Scurries Back to Vat!
Those whom the gods destroy, they first drive insane. Especially, it seems, in Rome.
Why would the oldest and wealthiest institution on our planet deliberately prove what its critics say about it, by first
tossing their leader, a proven crook, out of his office after he's threatened with arrest, and then giving him shelter
to avoid prosecution? That's the kind of panic and illogic displayed by a junior document-shredder, not a credible or
wise body of men.
And that gives all of us hope.
Rome's incredible admission that they can't have the Pope stand trial has strengthened our cause and legitimacy
enormously, proving that no matter how big is your guilty opponent, provoking him for long enough will cause him
to destroy himself by his own fear and stupidity.
Protecting Ratzinger within the walls of the Vatican may halt justice for a moment, but it violates a basic rule of
warfare, which is to never give your enemy a permanent focus for their attack. Ratzinger, the evil Emperor, now a
permanent fixture in the Vatican? The absurdity of offering such an ongoing focus to the civilized world's hatred
of catholic criminality is also a sign that the church is adrift and improvising. But it also shows how genuinely
worried is the Vtaican about the legal offensive mounted by our affiliates, lawyers for torture survivors, and the
International Criminal Court.
The Vatican is pulling out all stops to keep Ratzinger out of court. Their loyal, one-man owned Italian media is assaulting
the crap out of yours truly and our ITCCS these days, playing the "Deny, Distract and Discredit" strategy of any
Tottering Liz Windsor, aka Queen of England, is making a special and unprecedented trip to Rome on March 6 to kiss
the ring, or other parts, of the new CEO of Vatican Inc. And Italian President Napolitano is meeting with President Obama
today in Washington to undoubtedly line up more American backing for the Pontiff – not that Obama needs much
encouraging, having stood loyally behind Ratzinger's claim of "diplomatic immunity".
But all to no avail, ultimately. When the Bloody Emperor stands naked, only our illusions keeps him protected and
immune from the final accounting that is coming.
The tornado that followed my first exorcism outside the Vatican in 2009, and the lightning that struck it on the day of
Benedict's resignation, were not accidental. Joe Ratzinger should know from the history of his own former SS buddies
that criminal institutions can run, but they can't hide – even behind all the wealth and pomp in the world.
Immunity from prosecution
International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State
Pope will have security, immunity by remaining in the Vatican
Pope will have security, immunity by remaining in the Vatican
By Philip Pullella
VATICAN CITY | Fri Feb 15, 2013 1:59pm EST
(Reuters) - Pope Benedict's decision to live in the Vatican after he resigns will provide him with security and privacy.
It will also offer legal protection from any attempt to prosecute him in connection with sexual abuse cases around
the world, Church sources and legal experts say.
"His continued presence in the Vatican is necessary, otherwise he might be defenseless. He wouldn't have his
immunity, his prerogatives, his security, if he is anywhere else," said one Vatican official, speaking on condition of
"It is absolutely necessary" that he stays in the Vatican, said the source, adding that Benedict should have a "dignified
existence" in his remaining years.
Vatican sources said officials had three main considerations in deciding that Benedict should live in a convent in the
Vatican after he resigns on February 28.
Vatican police, who already know the pope and his habits, will be able to guarantee his privacy and security and
not have to entrust it to a foreign police force, which would be necessary if he moved to another country.
"I see a big problem if he would go anywhere else. I'm thinking in terms of his personal security, his safety. We don't
have a secret service that can devote huge resources (like they do) to ex-presidents," the official said.
Another consideration was that if the pope did move permanently to another country, living in seclusion in a
monastery in his native Germany, for example, the location might become a place of pilgrimage.
This could be complicated for the Church, particularly in the unlikely event that the next pope makes decisions
that may displease conservatives, who could then go to Benedict's place of residence to pay tribute to him.
"That would be very problematic," another Vatican official said.
The final key consideration is the pope's potential exposure to legal claims over the Catholic Church's sexual abuse
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