INTERNATIONAL POLICE COURT Of JUSTICE
We The members of the founding committee of the Congress. Acting on an emergency base to save Humanity.
We refuse to see the atrocities towards the Human society and having no justice served to the victims and against the criminals which committed those heinous and barbaric crimes,
No one is immune from the Law. no one can can evade justice. No one will commit any crimes & use any political shield,
This Court will not succumb to any political pressure of any kind.
This Court will handle the cases which are brought before him by The evidence which are presented to him and so it will decide the case.
This Court will bring a real and non racist non anti-Semitic & with No discrimination to color or race or sex. All are Equal to the Law. By the Grace of God, and the values of Justice to Humanity.
Now therefore let it be known to all that We congressman by the virtues of Our Prerogative Nobility and of all the other powers enabling us so to do of our especial grace, certain knowledge and mere motion, have granted and ordained, and do hereby for Us.
The International Police Court of Justice (IPCJ) ("the Court") is hereby establ1shed. It shall be a permanent judiciary and shall have the power to decide in a final and binding manner on all humanitarian criminal cases which are brought before it and in accordance w1th this Statute.
The (IPCJ) main office is in the Main office of Harvest Christian University. The International Police Court of Justice (IPCJ) is an permanent tribunal established to investigate and prosecute individuals for the most serious international crimes, including genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and the crime of aggression. The (IPCJ) aims to hold individuals accountable for these crimes and prevent them from happening again, participating in a global fight to end impunity.
The International Police Court of Justice (IPCJ) has jurisdiction to prosecute individuals for the most serious international crimes, including genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and the crime of aggression. The (IPCJ) jurisdiction extends to crimes committed in the territories of ratifying states and by nationals of ratifying states. It can also exercise its jurisdiction over crimes committed anywhere by nationals of ratifying states.
In summary, the International Police Court of Justice's jurisdiction extends to the prosecution of individuals for the most serious international crimes, and it operates as a court of last resort, seeking to complement national courts in addressing these crimes.
The (IPCJ)) investigates and prosecutes individuals for the most serious international crimes, including:
Genocide: Acts committed with the intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial, or religious group.
Crimes Against Humanity: Widespread or systematic attacks directed against any civilian population, with knowledge of the attack.
War Crimes: Grave breaches of the laws of war, including torture, use of child soldiers, attacks on civilian targets, and other violations of the laws and customs of war..
The Crime of Aggression: The act of planning, preparation, initiation, or execution of an act of aggression, which, by its character, gravity, and scale, constitutes a manifest violation of the Charter of the United Nations.