Angelina used as 'honey trap' for Kony

Angelina used as 'honey trap' for Kony

Angelina used as 'honey trap' for Kony

Hollywood star Angelina Jolie offered to arrest one of the world's most wanted war criminals in a secret mission in central Africa, according to leaked emails.

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. The documents contain an email describing the role Jolie offered to play in capturing Kony.

Angelina Jolie (left) was once allegedly asked to participate in a weird plot to arrest Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony (right) along with then-husband Brad Pitt.

In an e-mail written by former ICC Chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo, he noted that Jolie had this suggestion of inviting Kony to dinner so authorities could arrest him, as first reported by The Sunday Times.

Angelina has gone on at least two interviews where she mentions Joseph, condemning him for his actions. He was indicted by the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity and for perpetrating war crimes in 2005.

Jolie and Moreno Ocampo at a gala in 2012. Let's talk about logistics.

And according to the report, had the plan come to fruition, she may have worked alongside her then-husband Brad Pitt.

Angelina Jolie volunteered to act as a honeytrap to capture fugitive warlord Joseph Koney, according to documents leaked from within the International Criminal Court.

Kony and his guerllia Army are believed to be behind the kidnappings of at least 30,000 children, many of whom were abused and forced to serve as child soldiers.

Moreno Ocampo claimed the Maleficent actress was keen to help bring Kony to justice, writing in an email, "Forget other celebrities, she is the one". Is it that Brad will go with you? Moreover, the cache of the emails suggested that the former chief prosecutor developed something like a fixation with the celebrities, like Jolie in his tenure.

In March 2012, Kony gained worldwide attention when United States charity Invisible Children released a video detailing the plight of child soldiers who were forced to fight in his army.

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