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ITCCS.org is reporting that Joseph Ratzinger resigned as Pope this week as a result of pending charges for criminal conspiracy to aid and protect child torture and trafficking. The report reveals that the organization has procured an arrest warrant from an unnamed European nation against Ratzinger, and will move to place a commercial lien against all the financial assets of Vatican, Inc effective Easter Sunday, 3/31/13 via international law and the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.
Originally posted by sulaw
reply to post by OptimusSubprime
I'm interested to see how this pans out in March. I would not doubt for a minute that he has had a hand in covering up more than just what's stated. Though now since he is resigning can they still put a lien on the Vatican if he is no longer the Pope?
Please advise as I don't know all procedures (some) but not all when it comes to liens and so forth.~
S&F I will look forward to updates.
The 'state' is Eurostaete, a small patch of uncontested ditch between Germany and the Netherlands claimed as a 'sovereign' nation.