Angelina Jolie reportedly involved in weird plot to arrest Joseph Kony

Oscar Cross
October 10, 2017

Angelina Jolie once offered herself as dinner date bait in hopes of capturing African warlord Joseph Kony, the Sunday Times of London reported, quoting leaked documents from the International Criminal Court.

An email sent by Mr Moreno Ocampo at the time read: "Forget other celebrities, she is the one.She loves to arrest Kony".

Jolie actually contemplated the idea that she and then-parter Brad Pitt could travel with a team of USA special forces to the Central African Republic, according to leaked International Criminal Court documents that were detailed by The Sunday Times. He has evaded capture ever since.

Jolie has spoken out against Kony before. "Let's discuss logistics. Much love Xxx", Jolie reportedly wrote in one email.

In an email to Ocampo, Jolie reportedly wrote, "Brad is being supportive".

Angelina Jolie was revealed to have extended her help to the International Criminal Court in catching Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony. "She is ready. Probably Brad (Pitt) will go also".

In 2012, Jolie publicly called for Kony's arrest, describing Kony as "an extraordinarily awful human being".

It was thought that their presence would then draw Kony out of his armored compound and enable the U.S. forces to take him into custody.

Mmhm. According to leaked International Criminal Court emails and documents, the Academy Award victor volunteered to be a central part of a 2012 plot to lure war lord Kony into arrest. "Can Brad go with you?"

According to the report, Jolie was not the only Hollywood star Ocampo tried recruit to take part in his investigations, and he attempted to persuade George Clooney to get involved in a plot to fly spy satellites over Libya, and Sean Penn to take part in an investigation into the Palestinian conflict.

Jolie's agent declined to make any comment to Metro yesterday.

In the wake of the leak, Ocampo claims that he is the victim of a "targeted cyber attack", as he's now being questioned over his alleged ties to Libyan businessman Hassan Tatanaki, who worked alongside former dictator Muammar Gaddafi. "I miss you", received no response.

The Sunday Times said, though, nothing never happened despite Moreno Ocampo developing a fixation on using celebrities during his time as chief prosecutor at the ICC until his term ended in 2012.

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