“When Pope Benedict announced that he was going to resign on Feb. 28, 2013, it sent shock waves around the world. Being the first Pope to leave the papal throne—alive—in 600 years, two billion followers of the Roman Catholic Church are in a state of disbelief.
“Although Pope Benedict became the lightning rod of criticism against members of the clergy for ‘crimes against children,’ he had steadily weathered the maelstrom of controversy the engulfed Christendom’s seat of power, the Vatican.

“Indeed, as soon as Pope Benedict announced his resignation, the enemies of the Catholic Church laid siege on the Vatican. Yes, it was time to strike while the iron was hot. And strike they did, hitting the Pope when he was vulnerable!
“An obscure organization called International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) issued a media release on its website, saying that Pope Benedict resigned because he had found out that an unnamed European government was going to issue an ‘arrest warrant’ against him one he had vacated the papacy. He would then be charged of crimes against humanity and criminal conspiracy. Read more