Fact Check: NO Evidence European Royals Are Hunting 'Naked Children For Fun At Human Hunting Parties'

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  • by: Victoria Eavis
Fact Check: NO Evidence European Royals Are Hunting 'Naked Children For Fun At Human Hunting Parties' Royally False

Do European royals hunt naked children for fun at human hunting parties? No, there is no evidence of any kind to support this claim. This story and ones like it have been circulating since 2014.

This claim originally appeared in an article (archived here) where it was published by "Soul:Ask.com" on June 18, 2014, under the title "European royals killing naked children for fun at human hunting parties." It opened:

Teens were drugged, stripped naked, raped, hunted down in the woods and killed by European royals according to this week's latest eyewitness to testify before the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels.

Although the story is 6 years old, it has gained new traction in recent weeks along with other conspiracies about child trafficking.

This is an example of it being shared in July 2020:

CONSPIRACY THEORIES European royals killing naked children for fun at human hunting parties https://www.soulask.com/european-royals-killing-naked-children-for-fun-at-human-hunting-parties/

Posted by Red Pill Warrior on Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Snopes debunked these claims back in 2015.

The International Common Law Court of Justice (ICLCJ), also known as the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS), is not a real arm of any government or international collaboration. Rather, it is a blog founded and operated by a Canadian man named Kevin Annett. The "Soul:Ask" article hyperlinks the International Common Law Court of Justice to a video titled "Kevin Annett: Witnesses to 800 Irish children slaughtered; Dutch Prince, PM, Soros hunting children" which features Annett making similar claims to the "Soul:Ask" article with no credible evidence to back his claims up.

The article continues:

The woman was the fourth eyewitness to give accounts about these human hunting parties of the global elite Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult network.

There is no evidence that any eyewitnesses exist. There is also no proof that any royals from any countries participated in the "Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice Cult network" -- or that such a "network" exists.

One of the earliest versions of the story that European royals were hunting children for fun was posted in 2010 by Annett's since archived site, ITCCS.org. The headline reads:

Breaking Interview with Kevin Annett, June 13: Irish babies' remains bear signs of ritual sacrifice; George Soros and royalty "hunting children"; Direct Action Units to shut down upcoming Ninth Circle ritual slaying of children in Dublin and Montreal

Lead Stories has debunked similar claims of Annett's in the past:

Fact Check: Queen Elizabeth Was NOT Found Guilty In Missing Children Murder Case

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  Victoria Eavis

Victoria Eavis is a fact checker at Lead Stories. She recently graduated from Duke University with a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology. In her last few months at Duke, she was a reporter for a student news site, The 9th Street Journal, that covers the city of Durham, North Carolina. 

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