Canada under Criminal Investigation for Murders, and Child Trafficking*
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 Diretorate 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.”
17 December, 2014
To: Alfred L. Webre
2938 West King Edward Avenue
Dear Mr. Webre,
Recent actions by you and your associates, as well as disturbing evidence brought to our attention, have caused the ITCCS Central Directorate to lose confidence in your motives and objectivity in relation to both the work of our Tribunal and its courts, and our North American Field Secretary Kevin Annett.
Accordingly, the Directorate advises you to have legal representation present when two of our officers will meet with you in Vancouver in mid January, as part of the Grand Jury being convened by us, which is described herein.
The new and upcoming public disclosures of our work that will be issued by our Directorate will occur at the public media conference on January 23, 2015 described herein. We decline any private media interviews with you or your associates.
Marie Bouchard on behalf of the Central Directorate
cc: legal and security divisions, media liaison
Kevin Annett was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2013 and 2014. Messages for him can be left at 386-323-5774 (USA). His personal website is www.KevinAnnett.com .