The Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse echoes through the echelons of society and is changing perceptions.
Since video footage of expert witness and survivor testimony was released from the International Tribunal for Natural Justice sittings at Westminster in London, a groundswell of support has gathered around the globe.
Courageous individuals and their compelling stories heard at the Tribunal’s three-day seating (April 16-18) involving the unmasking of corruption in systems-in-place have ricocheted off the corridor walls of major corporations, governments, and media channels.
Former Scotland Yard CID Officer, Jon Wedger’s testimony amassed over one million views in just over a week. His evidences of how he discovered ‘back-coverings’ of child sex trafficking networks, involving the UK police force, have become a Facebook sensation. The Tommy Robinson page shared the video and collected over 450,000 views as did the United Kingdom Independent Party (UKIP) reaching over 240,000 views.
The Judicial Commission of Inquiry has also garnered recognition in Business Matters Magazine as the British government urges financial giants to end the insolvency scam following the video release of Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner Anthony Stansfeld, who testified during the Westminster hearing into major conflicts of interest within the “big four” financial institutions.
UK publisher, City A.M. drafted an explosive report into Lloyds’s handling of HBOs Reading fraud case, which Commissioner Stansfeld also attested to at the Tribunal.
An independent summary of the Tribunal proceedings was released by UK Column News shortly after the Inquiry.
Although the Commission’s intention is not to highlight individual criminals, but rather the corrupt system that supports them, the Commission is delighted to see that Australian Federal Government released a statement shortly after the ITNJ sittings through the Australian Signals Directorate and the Department of Home Affairs and Defence, with regard to creating new legislation around security measures to “disrupt paedophile rings.”
Laws to thwart the release of notorious paedophiles are also set to come into force throughout the state of South Australia.
Also in Australia, the most senior clergyman in the world to be convicted of concealing child sex abuse, Adelaide’s Catholic Archbishop Philip Wilson, has been sentenced to 12 months’ detention.
The United States Government through the White House and the Department of Justice issued 2,300 arrest warrants against paedophiles and sex abusers during a nationwide operation conducted by Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) task forces.
On the West African Gulf of Guinea, where the historic slave trade structures of castles-turned-museums serve as testimonials themselves, the Ghana media is also in support of the Court. Modern Ghana published a wrap on the Westminster hearings, focusing their theme on ‘Humanity’s Dirty Little Secret.’
This Court is opening the door to a house of many nefarious chambers. Persistent and holistic investigation will be required as the International Tribunal for Natural Justice carries on its function and end the pandemic of abuse threatening countries and all peoples of the world.
A final Judicial Commissioners’ Report will be released after subsequent seatings ending in Rome as the public is now demanding that the systems in place be unrigged. The People also contest that evil doers do not get a ‘get out of jail free’ card, and fair and equitable justice be given to all families and individuals who have been stripped of their children and/or their assets, or have suffered as survivors and victims of human trafficking and child sex abuse.
Signed on Behalf of The Committee to Support the ITNJ and Trustees.