8th Century (700 – 800 CE)

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  Chapter 8 (700 – 800 ce)  
     
  That in continuation, the following criminal charges are alleged:  
[Crime No.07-03] Of ongoing identity fraud: (700-800 CE): Th  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (701 – 705 CE) That the person known as Pope John VI, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (705 – 707 CE) That the person known as Pope John VII, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (708 – 708 CE) That the person known as Pope Sisinnus, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (708 – 715 CE) That the person known as Pope Constantine, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (715 – 731 CE) That the person known as Pope Gregory II, also known as St. Gregory, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (731 – 741 CE) That the person known as Pope Gregory III, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (741 – 752 CE) That the person known as Pope Zachary, also known as St. Zachary, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of publishing false documents/statements (751 CE)
That Pope Zachary, also known as St. Zachary in full knowledge of the unlawful act, did delivery commission the forgery of a letter written in pure gold upon fine vellum alleging it to be from St. Peter saying the following::

Peter, elected Apostle by Jesus Christ, Son of the Living God. I, Peter, summoned to the apostolate by Christ, Son of the Living God, has received from the Divine Might the mission of enlightening the whole world…

Wherefore, all those who, having heard my preaching, put it into practice, must believe absolutely that by God’s order their sins are cleansed in this world and they shall enter stainless into everlasting life Come ye to the aid of the Roman people, which has been entrusted to me by God. And I, on the day of Judgment, shall prepare for you a splendid dwelling place in the Kingdom of God.

Signed, Peter, Prince of the Apostles

That this letter was deliverately intended to deceive the court of the Franks to influence the election of Pepin and furthermore to secure the ownership of the lands under his control upon his death.

 
[Crime No.07-03] Of publishing false documents/statements (751 CE)
That Pope Zacharias did falsely acknowledge the authority of Pepin the Short as the ruler of the Franks over the bloodlines of the Merovingian kings who preceded him by claiming they were but illegitimate figureheads.
 
[Crime No.07-03] Of moral indecency and depravity for the purpose of extortion and deception (751 CE) That Pope Zachary did commission a chair built of fine timber and then did claim it to be the very chair upon which St. Peter did sit when alleged Bishop of Rome. That this fraud was done with deliberate calculation to deceive the Franks and all Christians into believing its authenticity.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (752 – 752 CE) That the person known as Pope Stephen, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (752 – 757 CE) That the person known as Pope Stephen II, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (757 – 767 CE) That the person known as Pope Paul I, also known as St. Paul, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (767 – 772 CE) That the person known as Pope Stephen III, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of moral indecency and depravity for the purpose of extortion: (768 CE) That Charlemagne did launch a vicious campaign of evangelism against the Saxons of Germany by cutting down their sacred tree – the World Tree or Yggdrasil – located in the north German forest near present day Marburg.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of association/membership to a criminal organisation: (772 – 795 CE) That the person known as Pope Adrian I, was both a member and leader of an organisation known as the “Roman Cult” first established and subsequently maintained for the sole purpose of organized criminal enterprise. That in his capacity of leader of this organized criminal enterprise did direct for numerous criminal acts to be undertaken including, but not limited to: murder, torture, infantcide, satanism, fraud, extortion, kidnapping, rape, and lack of public morals.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of moral depravity and indecency for the purpose of coordinating satanic human sacrifice: (772 CE) That Charlamagne did commission an attachment of priests as executioners for the efficient ritual murder of Saxons who did not “convert” or pay tribute to the Roman Catholic Church.  
[Crime No.07-03] Of murder: (782 CE) That Charlemagne did order the unlawful murder of 4,500 Saxon prisoners of war at Verden .  
[Crime No.07-03] Of historic and unprecedented crime of deliberate forgery as a crime against humanity: (774 CE) That Pope Adrian I did knowingly, deliberately and personally commission the Abbey of St. Denis to create a forgery known as Constitutum Donatio Constantini or Constitutum domini Constantini imperatoris (“Donation of Constantine”) allegedly issued by the fourth century Roman Emperor Constantine I, granting Pope Sylvester I and his successors, as inheritors of St Peter, the dominion over the city of Rome, Italy, and the entire Western Roman Empire, while Constantine would retain imperial authority in the Eastern Roman Empire from his new imperial capital of Constantinople.

The text claimed that the Donation was Constantine’s reward to Sylvester for instructing him in the Christian faith, baptizing him and miraculously curing him of leprosy.

The forged text as points is as follows:

1. Constantine desires to promote the Chair of Peter over the Empire and its seat on earth by bestowing on it imperial power and honor.

2. The Chair of Peter shall have supreme authority over all churches in the world.

3. It shall be judge in all that concerns the service of God and the Christian faith.

4. Instead of the diadem which the Emperor wished to place on the pope’s head, but which the pope refused, Constantine had given to him and to this successors the phrygium – that is, the tirara and the lorum which adorned the emperor’s neck, as well as the other gorgeous robes and insignia of the imperial dignity.

5. The Roman clergy shall enjoy the high privileges of the Imperial Senate, being eligible to the dignity of patrician and having the right to wear decorations worn by the nobles under the Empire.

6. The offices of cubicularii, ostiarii, and excubitae shall belong to the Roman Church

7. The Roman clergy shall ride on horses decked with white coverlets, and, like the Senate, wear white sandals.

8. If a member of the Senate shall wish to take orders, and the pope consents, no one shall hinder him.

9. Constantine gives up the remaining sovereignty over Rome, the provinces, cities and towns of the whole of Italy or of the Western Regions, to Pope Silvester and his successors.

Furthermore, that this forged document was given to Charlemagne following the donation of his lands in 774 at his father;s will upon the deceit of the forged document from St. Peter with the deliberate intent to secure the surety of these lands and any others obtained by Charlemagne. That this document was then presented in 774 to Charlemagne by Pope Adrian I claiming its authenticity.

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