Lawyer of God: lawyer from Kenya demands to punish those responsible for the torture and death of ChristPictolic
Ostap Ibragimovich Bender in the novel "The Golden Calf" planned to seize power in Denmark: "Why did the Danes torture their Prince Hamlet?". But the lawyer Dolo Ididis from Kenya is following a civilized path – he is suing Israel and Italy, as he considers them responsible for the unfair trial, torture and death of... Jesus Christ.
A few years ago, the lawyer Dolo Ididis read the Gospel and just got angry. From his point of view, as a professional, there was a real lawlessness in the Roman Empire, the victim of which was the son God's.
The lawyer immediately provided his comments on the case to a local TV company and a couple of newspapers, adding in the end that he would not leave it just like that.
The lawyer sued Israel and Italy, in accordance with all the norms of international law. By the way, Ididis recognized himself as the injured party, since he has considered himself a Christian for many years. In 2013, his impulse was ignored and the case was refused to be considered.
But Dolo is not one of those who is afraid of difficulties – he has been preparing the basis for a new lawsuit for eight years and recently said that he is ready to seek justice in court again. The lawyer has studied the principle of operation of the International Court of Justice and this time he is sure that it will not be possible to dismiss it just like that.
Ididis believes that in order to win the case, it is only necessary to prove that modern Italy is the legal successor of the Roman Empire, and Israel is the Kingdom of Israel, subordinate to the Romans. He is sure that it will not be so difficult to do this, given the huge database of documents and artifacts that have accumulated over the centuries of the history of these countries.
The lawyer has already collected a solid evidence base that will allow him to convince the court that the interrogations of Jesus were conducted with the grossest violations, the information was false, and the sentence in general goes beyond all limits with its unjustified cruelty. Dolo Ididis wants to prove that the death sentence of Jesus Christ was imposed illegally, and his execution is a blatant fact of the work of the repressive machine of the Roman Empire in relation to dissidents.