An international court has found twelve co-conspirators in the genocide of native people to be in legal default for failing to reply to a Notice of Liability issued to them by Reverend Kevin Annett on February 26.
According to a Default Notice issued today by the court, the co-conspirators have until March 31 to admit their wrongs and issue reparations, or face court-ordered financial foreclosure and arrest.
The Co-Conspirators include former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and top officials of the United Church of Canada, the RCMP and Weyerhauser Ltd.
Today’s Default Notice was issued to the accused on behalf of Kevin Annett by the International Common Law Court of Justice, which successfully prosecuted and deposed Pope Benedict in February of 2013 for Crimes against Humanity.
The Notice, which was issued by Court Registrar Jocelyn Comrie-Dufort, states to the accused that they “are in a state of legal and moral default and pro confesso admission of guilt and are therefore subject to court-authorized seizures of your properties and assets, and your possible arrest”.
The Notice also states that the Court will consider an application to proceed with such actions at the opening session of its West Coast Common Law Court of Justice proceedings, to commence in Vancouver on Monday, March 30 and to which the accused may be summoned. If the application is granted, accredited Sheriffs will act on a court warrant to lawfully seize these assets and arrest the accused.
A list of the Co-Conspirators and a copy of the Court’s Default Notice follows.
Issued on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 by the International Common Law Court of Justice. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, attn: Jocelyn Comrie-Dufort.