“Your claims about thousands of children dying will never be proved, Reverend. Besides, this will never be allowed to come out. I should warn you that you’ve upset some people and they may take action to stop you.”
– Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Sergeant Gerry Peters to Kevin Annett, July 3, 1997, Vancouver
“The records of tens of thousands of First Nations children who died during the Indian residential school period were released today by provincial governments.”
– Canadian Press and CTV News, March 24, 2014
A horrifying and sordid history under investigation for 20 years is finally gaining attention, due in large part to the efforts of Rev. Kevin Annett. His work with international partners have exposed international child trafficking, torture, and murder, and resulted in the formation of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State and the International Common Law Court of Justice to investigate these crimes and bring the perpetrators to justice.
More than 50,000 native children died in “Indian residential schools” operated jointly by the Canadian government, Roman Catholic Church, the Anglican Church, and the United Church of Canada. His research has uncovered a governmental policy of genocide, in part to seize land and resources from indigenous people. The actions involved the British royal family, Canadian government officials, law enforcement, and church officials. Prime Minister Stephen Harper has been implicated in the actions and coverup. Their actions are ongoing today.
These investigations have joined with those in other countries, uncovering widespread child prostitution, torture, rape, and murder linked to an international crime syndicate. Information they’ve uncovered was used by Interpol in its recent arrests in Europe. Evidence implicating the Roman Catholic Church, including Vatican officials and the Jesuit order, has been particularly disturbing. One of the current investigations is into the 800 dead babies found in the septic tank of a Catholic home of unwed mothers in Tuam, Ireland.
In 2011, this report was written http://itccs.org/2011/02/02/memorandum-on-the-organized-disappearance-torture-exploitation-and-murder-of-women-and-children-on-canada-s-west-coast-a-summary-from-eyewitnesses/
Now, the court is launching a grand jury – see press releases below.
Rev. Annett’s book on his investigation, Hidden No Longer: Genocide in Canada, Past and Present, is available for download at http://hiddennolonger.com.
For more information:
Historic Joint Communique from the Office of the Central ITCCS Directorate and the Republic of Kanata
The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS)
Avenue des Nerviens , Belgium 1040 Bruxelles
December 17, 2014
Vancouver targeted for new criminal investigation:
Historic Common Law Grand Jury will investigate murders, child trafficking and “black ops” by Ndrangheta-Vatican, under Republic’s jurisdiction
Directorate reaffirms its support for Kevin Annett
Decades of unsolved murders, disappearances and systemic child trafficking will be the subject of the first Common Law Grand Jury ever convened in Canada, commencing January 15, 2015.
Established by the Republic of Kanata’s new constitutional jurisdiction which will be invoked on January 1, a High Court of Justice will launch the Grand Jury inquiry that will “definitely lead to indictments and convictions of some of the top child killers in Canada and the world”, according to a spokeswoman for the ITCCS Central Directorate.
Among the issues to be investigated by the Common Law Grand Jury are:
- the Pacific Rim child trafficking and “snuff film” industry, and its ties to the Canadian, Thai and Chinese governments
- Catholic and Ndrangheta Ninth Circle sacrificial practices among west coast indigenous people, and the unsolved disappearance of over two hundred aboriginal women in British Columbia
- the regime of “institutionalized pedophilia” and child killing operating among church, police, business and judicial leaders in the so-called “Twelve Mile Club” and the Vancouver Club
- the unsolved murder of six aboriginal ITCCS activists in Vancouver between 2009 and 2014
- ongoing “black ops” attacks against ITCCS leaders including Kevin Annett by Ndrangheta-paid operatives in Vancouver
ITCCS Central Directorate officers, and observers from police agencies in the United States and Europe, will assist the Grand Jury, which will operate under the protection of sworn common law sheriffs authorized by the Republic of Kanata.
In conjunction with its inquiry, the ITCCS Central Directorate will sponsor a media event and documentary film known as “Unrelenting: Twenty Years in Pursuit of the Assassins”, to commence on January 23, 2015: the 20th anniversary of the firing without cause of Rev. Kevin Annett by the United Church of Canada.
“This whole massive inquiry into genocide and child murder really began on that day, as it led to everything that we’ve achieved so far” commented Kevin Annett today from an undisclosed location.
“The world needs to be constantly reminded of what we’ve achieved and how the reign of terror against our children by church, state and the Mob has never stopped”.
In related news, the ITCCS Central Directorate in Brussels released the following addendum statement today,
“In light of recent assaults on the work and character of our North American Field Secretary Kevin Annett, the Directorate wishes to publicly reaffirm its unqualified support for and confidence in Rev. Annett. Such attacks on him by paid operatives and their dupes are a sign of the effectiveness of Kevin’s work and the sterling quality of his own integrity and courage.
“Our Directorate has made it a priority to investigate more deeply these attacks when its officers are in Vancouver in the new year, based on startling new evidence given to our office regarding the source of these attacks.”
Further information will be released shortly.
Issued 17 December, 2014
The ITCCS Central Directorate
Belgium-1040 Bruxelles, Avenue des Nerviens
ITCCS Breaking Communique – December 21, 2014
Direct Action Force to directly stop child trafficking at notorious Vancouver Club
Sworn common law sheriffs will monitor cults, make arrests, investigate the unsolved murders of six ITCCS activists
As part of the upcoming Grand Jury proceedings into crimes on Canada’s west coast, a specially trained Direct Action Force will forcibly stop child trafficking and make arrests at the Vancouver Club and on private yachts moored in West Vancouver and the inner harbor.
Operating under the jurisdiction of warrants of a common law High Court of Justice, the Force will also dispatch an investigative team throughout Vancouver to monitor child traffickers, make arrests and uncover the murderers of six prominent aboriginal ITCCS activists.
The operation will commence after the inauguration of the High Court and its Vancouver based Grand Jury on January 15, 2015, following the invocation of the constitutional Republic of Kanata.
A spokesman for the Direct Action Force said today,
“We will be acting on hard evidence gathered over years when we move on the Vancouver Club network. Seasoned detectives will assist us in uncovering the transit houses where children are imprisoned, and gathering evidence of the deaths of ITCCS members in Vancouver. We expect the local police to assist us, or to stand down to avoid being charged with obstructing justice.”
See www.itccs.org (December 17, 2014) and www.republicofkanata.com for background. A Public Notice follows.
Issued by ITCCS Central, Brussels and Republic of Kanata, District One
21 December, 2014
A reward of $10,000 is offered by the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the death of the following ITCCS aboriginal members:
Chief Louis Daniels, ITCCS convener and liaison with Ojibway Nation, died in Winnipeg General Hospital, February 12, 2006
Harriet Nahanee, witness to Alberni residential school murders, died in Surrey Remand Prison after her arrest by RCMP, February 24, 2007
Johnny “Bingo” Dawson, leader of ITCCS protests, died in Vancouver after being beaten by Vancouver police, December 9, 2009
William Combes, witness to abduction of children by Queen of England, died in Vancouver General Hospital, February 26, 2011
Ricky Lavallee, witness to alleged beating-to-death of Bingo Dawson by Vancouver police, died suddenly on January 3, 2012
Harry Wilson, witness to two murders at Alberni residential school, died of unknown cause, May 3, 2012