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EYE OPENING ITNJ TESTIMONY FROM FIONA BARNETT

Download the PDF file . LONDON, ENGLAND                         Issued by: ITNJ Board of Trustees                         Chosen for her particular bloodline, high cognitive abilities and physical prowess, Fiona was a perfect subject for MK ULTRA mind control programming, which took place in numerous universities and underground facilities both in Australia and abroad. Other nightmarish crimes perpetrated upon her throughout her childhood include ritual abuse, torture, the witness of torture and murder, being dressed as a teddy bear whilst hunted for sport at the annual camp ...

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SADISTIC RITUAL ABUSE EXPOSED IN ITNJ TESTIMONY FROM DAVID BLESSING

LONDON, ENGLAND                         Issued by: ITNJ Board of Trustees  From the latest virtual seating of the ITNJ’s Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking & Child Sex Abuse comes yet another harrowing account of an innocent person whose life has been shaped by sadistic ritual sex abuse and trauma based mind control. Download the PDF file .  David Blessing’s testimony details the terrible things he was forced to suffer at the hands of members of his church and community in Minneapolis, Minnesota, unbeknownst ...

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BOMBSHELL BEAUMONT ITNJ TESTIMONY SET TO SHOCK THE WORLD!

LONDON, ENGLAND                         Issued by: ITNJ Board of Trustees                         DATE:  August 26, 2018  From the high profile case of the ‘Missing Beaumont Children’ to the infamous ‘Mullighan Report,’ Rachel Vaughan steps forward with a raw witness account, exposing the horrors of murderous child sex abuse rings in Australia.   This witness testimony highlights the 1966 “Disappearance of the Beaumont Children” case in Glenelg Beach near Adelaide, South Australia, unresolved after half a century. It also raises serious concerns regarding the Mullighan ...

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People Rising To Force Action From The Top

LONDON, ENGLAND  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 ...

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Press Release 30 November 2017

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: Following a meeting of the Treaty Council in Sydney this week our Chief Justice of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice, Sir John Walsh of Brannagh had the opportunity to meet with The Honourable Julie Bishop, Foreign Minister of Australia. Sir John has been advising the Treaty Council which represents the interests of the Indigenous First Peoples in Australia (the Great Southern Land). Foreign Minister Bishop has recently expressed support for the ITNJ’s Judicial Commission of Inquiry into ...

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Official Announcement – Judicial Commission of Inquiry Into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse

Press Release – ITNJ Official Announcement Judicial Commission of Inquiry Into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse Two years have passed since the Inauguration and Ceremonial Seating of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice on 15th June 2015 at Westminster Hall in London. The event marked the momentous occasion of the 800th anniversary of the signing of the western world’s most ancient and cherished legal treasure, the Magna Carta. The ITNJ’s inauguration saw dignitaries from around the world, international diplomatic ...

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Notice – We Will Not Be Deterred

Notice 1 May 2017 Since the announcement of the ITNJ Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse our Chief Justice, Sir John Walsh of Brannagh, has been subjected to deliberate, planned, and sustained attacks on his professional standing, his character, and his reputation. These cowardly attacks have emanated from rogue elements in the legal profession and the judiciary and from corrupt influences in the political, government, and commercial sectors. We state and confirm on behalf of ...

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Announcing Temporary Suspension of Accepting Applications to the ITNJ

Following the recent constitutional review and associated process, wherein the ITNJ Trustees determined that the most impactful direction for the ITNJ to move in the near term is to focus on judicial commissions of inquiry rather than landmark cases with third parties, and given that the ITNJ does not have sufficient resources to support multiple cases from multiple parties at the present time, the Trustees have determined to temporarily suspend the application process to the ITNJ in order that false ...

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Report of the ITNJ Board of Trustees on Results of the Annual Constitutional Review

Report of the ITNJ Board of Trustees on Results of the Annual Constitutional Review Approved on 14 February 2017   Overview Each year the Board of Trustees convenes to consider the adequacy of the ITNJ Constitution to fulfil its mandate by the people. When conducting its reviews, the Board gives consideration to the following matters: General observations and questions arising throughout the year Strategic considerations The alignment of each constitutional provision, and the constitution as a whole, with the ITNJ ...

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Response to NCPA complaint

Victoria Legal Services Commissioner Level 5 555 Bourke Street Melbourne Vlc 3000 By email only: [email protected] 8th December 2016 FAO: Tino Staglionio Your ref: COM-2016-1074 Dear Sir, I write on behalf of the Board of Trustees of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice (ITNJ) having been forwarded, from our Chief Justice, Sir John Walsh of Brannagh, a complaint served by your office apparently against him and other Officers of the Court, for alleged misconduct whilst representing the ITNJ. We respond ...

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Highlights of the ITNJ Interlocutory Hearing in the matter of National Child Protection Alliance (‘NCPA’) v Commonwealth of Australia

Chief Justice Walsh of Branagh reads into the record a statement from NCPA executive leadership detailing their reasons for postponing the trial, including threats of violence against members of the NCPA by militant fathers rights groups, and concerns for the safety of witnesses and the protection of the identities of mothers and children still under court orders and/or who fear for their safety. Full video published here.

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National Child Protection Alliance (‘NCPA’) v Commonwealth of Australia [2015-02-NCPA]

In the few weeks leading up to the trial, listed for 12 September to 16 September 2016, the Applicant has reached out to Chief Justice John Walsh of Brannagh, with urgent concerns, which include the security and privacy of its witnesses, and of its own members. In fact, we have been informed that the NCPA’s members have received specific threats of harm and death. Such requiring immediate action by the ITNJ, it has been decided that though a hearing will ...

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First Trial of the ITNJ Set For September 2016 – Melbourne, Australia

The International Tribunal for Natural Justice [ITNJ] announces its first trial: The matter of National Child Protection Alliance v Commonwealth of Australia is set for trial as follows: dates: Monday 12 September 2016 to Friday 16 September 2016 times: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm venue: Monash University Law Chambers, Seminar Room 3, Level 2 555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia ABOUT THE ITNJ:  Based in London, England, the ITNJ is an international court with an international remit  to determine ...

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UZA Directions Hearing 3 Summary

In February 2016, the Applicant UZA requested that the Applicant be able to change the cause of action before the ITNJ. This request, which the Applicant (or any Party) has the right to give, presented many issues because prior to February, the matter was ready to proceed to a trial. Given that the ITNJ then had to clarify UZA’s position in the matter, another directions hearing was held on 14 April 2016. Chief Justice Sir John Walsh of Brannagh emphasised ...

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NCPA Directions Hearing 1 Summary

In late December 2015, the ITNJ accepted an application from the National Child Protection Alliance (’NCPA’). The NCPA was seeking a declaration that the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) and its implementation via the Family Courts, the judiciary, the legal system and law enforcement in Australia are in direct breach of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (‘UNCRC’). The NCPA was also seeking a recommendation from the ITNJ that legislative changes be made within Australia to ...

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