Q: REQUEST FOR INTERNATIONAL ARREST WARRANTS how to
PARENTS IN STATE CUSTODY CASES ARE NOT SERVED THE SUMMONS AND THE PETITION THIS CAUSES GUILTY VERDICT TO BE RENDERED WITH OUT TRIAL TO DENY THE CHARGES WHAT HAPPENS? THE PARENT IS BEING FORCED TO ACCEPT THAT THE CHILD HAS BEEN KIDNAPPED BY THE STATE AND HAS NO DEFENSE WHAT EVER LEGAL OR OTHER WISE AND WE NEED TO DO THE RIGHT THING HERE RIGHT
a minor child in State custody, requests that this Court will file a Complaint in the International Criminal Court (I.C.C.) against the State’s Government personnel (hereinafter referred to as the “Accused”) for the following reason: The Accused’s criminal policy and practice of “Extraordinary Rendition.”
The Enforced Disappearances of Persons and their subsequent torture, severe deprivation of their
The ICC has no jurisdiction in New Mexico. The United States withdrew its signatory status to the Rome Treaty. Even if it had jurisdiction, the ICC would not address issues involving your arrest or incarceration unless you are a war criminal or the UN has delegated the case to the ICC, usually after genocide. You need a New Mexico lawyer.
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