LONDON, UK: The ceremonial seating and treaty signing of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice took place on the 14th and 15th June 2015 in Notting Hill and Westminster Central Hall, London, respectively.
The internationally observed events celebrated the ceremonial seating and ratification of a new jurisdiction of law which has been created for the people – by the people in order to return the rule of law and natural justice. ITNJ officiators included:
Chief Justice, Sir John Walsh of Brannagh
Law Commissioner, Dounne Alexander MBE, FRSA
Truth & Reconciliation Councillor, Bishop Riah Abu El Assal
ITNJ Founder, Sacha Stone
ITNJ Trustee, Lewis Montague
Interfaith Councillor, Dhanesvara Das
On the eve of the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta signing, Sunday 14 June, the ITNJ Inauguration event was attended by over 300 people, including ambassadors, parliamentarians and religious leaders. With internationally acclaimed musical performers, short films and goodwill messages including Noam Chomsky, Fmr. asst. secretary of the U.S treasury Paul Craig Roberts, Fmr. US Police Chief Captain Ray Lewis, and an array of international ITNJ Chapters, and international supporters.
Monday, 15th June, the ITNJ treaty and constitution was mandated and formally ratified with 30 witnesses in situ and around 1000 witnesses via live stream.
ABOUT THE ITNJ: The ITNJ is constituted to protect and defend the Natural Rights of all peoples of the world. Wherever harm has been done to any living man or woman or any group of People, and all avenues of recourse have been exhausted, without finding remedy or resolve, such cases may be brought before the ITNJ. Wherever justice has been denied, the ITNJ will serve as final arbiter of Natural Justice.
The ITNJ is constituted to uphold natural justice as the foundational tenet of human expression beyond the artifice of boundaries and enclosures. There will be no borders limiting or preventing justice for all peoples. The ITNJ is purposed to apprehend the abuses and tyranny of systems and institutions whose public agents act as if they are above the Law. The ITNJ intends to restore the Rule of Law and to restore common dignity and sagacity in jurisprudence, wherever such may be required to uphold the peace.