Pope UN World Court Trial? With Same Crime MO in Every City, Pedophile Coverup Had to be Run by Bishops at the Top
From the link: http://cityofangels12.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/pope-un-world-court-trial-with-same.html
Reposted from the blog City of Angels.
Gearing up to put CofA Blog back in action this summer, found post from April 2010 about a UN investigation of The Pope and Vatican regarding pedophile priests:
First published April 15, 2010 on AlterNet
While mainstream media focus on the Vatican gay comment last week, a UN Jurist has been saying since April 10th that an International Criminal Court investigation is the only way to resolve the Vatican sex crime crisis. I doubt it’s an accident that the comment from the Vatican blaming gay priests for the epidemic of pedophiles in the Catholic Church came just as world attention was focusing on decades of sex crime coverups, after the four years I’ve observed Church manipulation of news and justice on this issue. Now the story dominating the media is that inane quote blaming gays that even the Vatican denies now.
More newsworthy is the call for a United Nations World Criminal Court investigation of the Pope that got drowned out in the media by the outcry over the Vatican claiming the pedophile problem has something to do with gay priests.
The Vatican has to be the source of these coverups.
How else would every city in the world have the same patterns or criminal Modus Operandi, as the crimes were carried out in each diocese? Geoffrey Robinson, British UN Jurist, calls for an international criminal investigation of the Pope and the highest level of church hierarchy because their crimes resulted in at least a hundred of thousand adult victims of pedophile priests alive in the world today. Figure, six thousand priests found so far in the United States, times ten victims average for each perpetrator, there are sixty thousand adult victims right now in the United States alone.
This was a holocaust against children.
At least a hundred thousand adult victims are alive today
“We are serious. It should be for a court to decide – a civil court, not a whitewashing ecclesiastical court – whether the case against Ratzinger is as damning as it looks. If he is innocent, let him have the opportunity to demonstrate it in court. If he is guilty, let him face justice. Just like anybody else.”