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The Pope Found Guilty of Human Trafficking & Murder

Updated on February 27, 2018

Horrible crimes in High Places

On July 19th, 2014 The International Common Law Court in Brussels, Belgium found the leaders of the Catholic and Anglican churches guilty of aiding and abetting crimes against Humanity, including murder and human trafficking, and of personal involvement in those crimes. The court stated that their guilt has been ably presented and proven beyond a reasonable doubt by the prosecution.

Those charged and found guilty are Jorge Bergoglio, The Pope; Adolfo Pachon, The Jesuit General, also known as The Black Pope; and Justin Welby, The Archbishop of Canterbury. Eye witnesses testified seeing each of these three men actively involved in the murder of a 5 year old child during a Satanic ritualistic human sacrifice ceremony in Rome.

Testimony revealed the fact that the Catholic church is the largest baby trafficker in human history. In Spain alone, some 300,000 children were reportedly trafficked by the church between 1940 and 1980, generating about $20 Billion in profits for the church. Pope Francis, himself, allegedly organized the marketing of some 30,000 Argentine political prisoners in the 1970s and 1980s.

Further testimony revealed the fact that the Ndrangheta, the modern day Mafia, more commonly known as "The Octopus", runs both the Catholic Church and the Italian Government. They are the biggest player in the human trafficking business in Italy and possibly Europe and are the primary source used by the Catholic church to supply the children to be murdered in their many ritualistic Satanic human sacrifice ceremonies.

The wife of a member of the Ndrangheta, motivated by her guilt, testified that she had personally witnessed the murder and mutilation of 10 young boys in the forest near Oudergem, Belgium. She said her husband had supplied the young boys to be used in a twisted hunting game for some very wealthy men. The boys were released into the forest naked and told to run for their lives.

The wealthy men hunted them down, shot and killed the boys with their high powered rifles, then cut off their penises and waved them around like trophies as they cheered and applauded. She named four of the men. They were Prince Frisco of Holland, George Soros, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, and Prince Albert of Belgium. Legal action to bring these men to justice in is the works now.

It was also revealed that "The Octopus" is merely a part of a much larger child trafficking industry that supplies the unholy desires of wealthy and powerful people all around the world. While crime pays, nothing pays as well as selling human beings, especially beautiful children.

Much of this activity is financed by the same banks that launder billions in drug money, another illegal business in which most human traffickers are also involved. Bank of America, J.P. Morgan, and HSBC were three of the banks mentioned in testimony. Of course, to believe that any large bank is innocent would be somewhat naïve in my opinion.


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      Cape Wind Girl 3 years ago from Cape Cod, USA

      Woah! Now THIS is news!

      and it is my opinion that they push anti-abortion so they will have more unwanted babies for their rituals.

      Yes--Satanism. The thing they pretend doesn't exist

      and the human hunting games are mentioned by Kathy Obrien in her book, Transformation of America...and it was Bush senior and Cheney participating


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