Fact Check

Are European Royals Killing Naked Children for Fun at Human Hunting Parties?

When is a court not a court? When it's the invention of a single person and his blog.

Published June 10, 2015

European Royals are killing naked children for fun at human hunting parties.

June 2015 saw the recirculation of a rather bizarre and far-fetched article from a year earlier — originally published on a number of disreputable web sites — holding that members of European royalty, government officials, and highly-placed clergy were taking part in "human hunting parties" during which they tracked down and killed naked children:

Teens were drugged, stripped naked, raped, hunted down in the woods and killed by European royals according to this week’s latest eyewitness to testify before the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels. The woman was the fourth eyewitness to give accounts about these human hunting parties of the global elite Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult network. A former member of the Netherlands criminal drug syndicate known as Octopus testified that victims were obtained for these human hunting parties from juvenile detention centers in Belgium and Holland.

On the surface, that synopsis sounds grotesque and horrifying, yet impressive: four different eyewitnesses gave detailed testimony before an international tribunal and stated they had direct knowledge of such an activity? How could that be if there weren't something to this?

“In 2004 I was an involuntary witness to torture, rape and murder sessions of drugged children performed for a group of high ranked people of the Netherlands” stated a woman. “I was taken to a hunting party in Belgium close to Brussels where I saw two boys and a girl ages 14 to 16 hunted and killed by global elites. The human hunting party was heavily guarded by the Netherlands Royal Guards. I was told that King Albert of Belgium was present.”

Four eyewitnesses confirmed that as children and youths they were forced to attend human hunting parties where they and other children were raped, with some killed, and deceased boy’s penises were cut off. Allegedly there was a Dutch countryside palace where boys’ penises were displayed like trophies on a wall. Some hunting parties were hosted on the grounds of Belgium Queen Beatrix’s Palace.

The answer is that this story was completely fabricated; and the International Common Law Court of Justice (ICLCJ), also known as the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS), is a non-existent entity, nothing more than a "one-man blog that pretends to be a tribunal established to enforce common law":

The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (or ITCCS) is a one-man blog that pretends to be a tribunal established to enforce common law. Despite claims of being based in Brussels, the whole thing is written in Canada by Kevin D. Annett, a defrocked United Church of Canada minister.

At the heart of the "organization" is something Annett calls the International Common Law Court of Justice (ICLCJ), which is rather similar to those "common law courts" sometimes set up by freemen-on-the-land, right down to the "citizen jurors". This court exists only on Annett's blog.

With the ITCCS, Annett attempts to mimic genuine international organisations, and is actually good enough at this to have fooled a few normal people (and a lot of raving conspiracy-prone nutters) into thinking there's anything at all to this. He produces very nicely-formatted, official-looking documents and everything. Annett has "convicted" two consecutive Popes of genocide and child trafficking, issuing "international arrest warrants" for them. He has also issued a proclamation dissolving Canada, which he has replaced with the Republic of Kanata.

The same source falsely claimed back in 2013 that Pope Benedict XVI resigned the papacy because the Vatican had received word from a European government that they planned to issue arrest warrants for his part in "sheltering pedophile priests."

David Mikkelson founded the site now known as snopes.com back in 1994.