Eradicating the endemic horror of Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse once and for all

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Committee to Support the International Tribunal for Natural Justice -
A Beacon of Light Leading Us Out of the Darkness of Corruption

Most courts in the world are completely controlled by for-profit government corporations. The people have no voice in what passes for systems of justice. The systems claim we delegated them the authority, but we never did. Kings claimed the divine right to rule, then governments claimed the right of kings. The people never agreed to be subjects of the kings.

We the People are now standing to reclaim sovereign birthright. We are duty-bound to stop the violence that passes for Rule of Law. The International Tribunal for Natural Justice (ITNJ) gives us the mechanism to hold agents of justice systems accountable for injury caused to people in the name of government. Injury includes stolen birthrights, stolen homes, stolen property, stolen children, and stolen lives.

On 15 June 2017 the ITNJ Board of Trustees issued an official announcement of the ITNJ Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse.

Now in 2018, the ITNJ is proud to announce the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse.

The commission hearing will take place on the 16th, 17th and 18th of April in Westminster, London. The principal intention behind the Commission is not to instigate witch hunts or target particular figures, but rather to set in motion a culture which ensures the restoration of truth, disclosure, reconciliation, and redemption surrounding human trafficking and child sex abuse.​

The Commission of Inquiry is envisioned to hold hearings one or two days per week for six to nine months, possibly extending to twelve months depending on funding and on how many witnesses come forward during the time of the Inquiry.

All hearings are intended to be broadcast via live-stream technology, with video archives stored on secure servers, such that testimony and evidence will not be able to be suppressed.  Most hearings will be held in a virtual courtroom using video conference technology, with IP address masking to protect the location of witnesses.  Some hearings may be held in situ, to be determined.

At the end of the Inquiry, the panel of ITNJ Justices will issue Judgments, Declarations, and Recommendations.  Some recommendations may be to agencies of governments, such as to the USA Department of Justice or to the UK Crown Prosecution Service, to investigate and prosecute cases that fall under their jurisdiction.  These judgments, declarations, and recommendations will have the weight of law.  Although the ITNJ does not have an enforcement mechanism, any enforcement agency, such as Interpol or a national or local law enforcement agency of any country, would be acting within the law to make arrests based on judgments issued by ITNJ Justices.

Following the Inquiry, ITNJ Prosecutors may choose key cases to bring to trial before the International Tribunal for Natural Justice.

 www.itnj.org/treaty - Read and Ratify the ITNJ Treaty mandating the establishment and add your voice towards ending these crimes against humanity.

Committee to Support the International Tribunal for Natural Justice -
A Beacon of Light Leading Us Out of the Darkness of Corruption



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