Jesters Named Defendants in Canadian Motion to Indict for Crimes Against Humanity 

By Sandy Frost

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The news is that the Royal Order of Jesters have been named as co-defendants in a Canadian ex parte motion brought forward in federal court last July 4, 2012 by Plaintiffs Jason Bowman and whistleblower Kevin Annett. The motion asks for directions on how to obtain indictments against all defendants alleged to have conspired to commit crimes against humanity. Their affidavit lists as Defendants the Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the province of Ontario o/a Grand Lodge of Canada, Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon, the Catholic church, the United Church of Canada, Anglican Church of Canada, Canadian Pharmacists Association o/a Bayer, GW Pharmaceuticals, Perdue Pharmacy, Joseph Alosuis Ratzinger AKA the Pope, archbishops, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, Prime Minister Stephen Joseph Harper and more.

The ex-parte motion is designed to find justice for Native American victims of torture, medical and pharmaceutical experiments and germ warfare while being forced by the government to attend church-run boarding schools. The core evidence of these “Masonic Genocide” theorists was obtained by former United Church minister, the Reverend
Kevin Annett. He has evidence of crimes but even after presenting his evidence, there is no criminal investigation into the conspiracy to murder Native Americans so the church could sell their land and resources.

Annett literally knows where the “bodies are buried.” His findings include burned skeletons and bodies of aboriginal children killed at and buried around church-run schools. Here is Annett’s 2009 disclosure of 28 mass graves of children who died in Indian Residential Schools across Canada.

He states “We estimate that there are hundreds, and possibly thousands, of children buried in these grave sites alone. The Catholic, Anglican and United Church, and the government of Canada, operated the schools and hospitals where these mass graves are located. We therefore hold these institutions and their officers legally responsible and liable for the deaths of these children…Today, we are releasing to this Tribunal and to the people of the world the enclosed information on the location of mass graves connected to
Indian residential schools and hospitals in order to prevent the destruction of this crucial evidence by the Canadian government, the RCMP and the Anglican, Catholic and United Church of Canada. We call upon indigenous people on the land where these graves are located to monitor and protect these sites vigilantly, and prevent their destruction by occupational forces such as the RCMP and other government agencies.”

This story details how the mass genocide of Mohawk children was found by ground penetrating radar, “revealing hundreds of Indian children buried around former Mohawk Institute School” near Branford, Ontario, Canada. The Sovereign Mohawk Nation of Grand River was forced to dig for the children’s remains after the Canadian government, the RCMP and the United Church of Canada failed to launch a criminal investigation.

The article states “According to Rev. Kevin Annett, Secretary of the International Tribunal for Crimes of Church and States (, the Mohawk Institute was ‘set up by the Anglican Church of England in 1832 to imprison and destroy generations of Mohawk children. This very first Indian [First Nations] residential school in Canada lasted until 1970, and, like in most residential schools, more than half of the children imprisoned there never returned. Many of them are buried all around the school.’”
He writes on his site “Hidden from” “Hidden from History: The Canadian Holocaust: The Untold Story of the Genocide of Aboriginal Peoples”

“The time has come to end our complicity in mass murder. Our exposure of the Canadian genocide has simultaneously indicted the social order that gave rise to it. Euro-Canadian Christian society as a whole stands condemned in the dock alongside those persons who ran the Indian residential schools, sterilized and murdered children, spread
smallpox, and dug mass graves. Despite their best efforts to ignore this fact and contain the whole matter with pseudo ‘apologies,’ the Canadian government and its partner Catholic, Anglican and United churches now face the same kind of historical reckoning that Nazi Germany did after its defeat in 1945: an awakening to their own criminal nature. On April 20, 2007, Canada and those churches suffered a fundamental moral defeat in Parliament, when the first cabinet minister in Canadian history publicly acknowledged that untold thousands of children had died in Christian Indian residential schools. The extent of this defeat has yet to be appreciated by most Canadians, or even indigenous people. But its impact is nevertheless reverberating throughout every level of society and undermining the very basis of Canada’s existence.”

So how do the Royal Order of Jesters fit in? According to co-plaintiff Jason Bowman, founder of the Association of Citizen Prosecutors (ACP), “We were able to quickly see that the Royal Order of Jesters are part of the apparatus that protects those perpetuating these crimes, protecting the criminals from the victims. The Jesters are a layer of protection, those in positions sworn to protect each other with no regard to protecting their victims though sworn to do so as public servants. Some of us are answering a call to
duty as we investigate and act on what we find. It’s time for these criminals to follow the course of justice because it appears that until now, no one wanted to do anything about it. The Jesters are throughout Canada and are one branch of the conspiracy of those sworn
to protect the public who, instead, live by superseding oaths to each other. This is the same pattern we’ve identified at work here in Canada and it has got to stop.”

Bowman was successful on July 4 when he and members of the ACP were shown to an office in the Toronto federal court building to wait while the judge provided guidance from his chambers on how to proceed. Bowman and Annett issued the following statement after their historic court filing:

“We expected to simply file a motion. Instead, this historic and remarkable undertaking was taken by senior officials immediately to the Court for direction – whilst we waited patiently in a lovely furnished filing office conference room. Staff provided us with
materials and information – (we learned a few things which we had expected to need clarify next week in court). To our delight, the Court directed that we could file not only the ex-parte motion materials, but also our entire Application – a full week earlier than
we expected.”

Issued by Kevin D. Annett, ITCCS and others on July 1, 2012

The biggest criminal conspiracy in history is being confronted this week in a federal court house in Toronto.


On Wednesday July 4, our friend and ally, Jason Bowman of The Association of Citizen Prosecutors (ACP), will be filing the first class action lawsuit in history against the Vatican, the Crown of England, the government and churches of Canada, and pharmaceutical corporations for crimes against humanity and criminal conspiracy.

Anyone who has suffered at the hands of these groups can come forward and join our action.

For instance, for a century doctors and clergy of both the Roman Catholic and United Church of Canada sterilized and experimented on countless aboriginal people – many of them children who died as a result – under agreements with the Crown of England and prominent pharmaceutical companies with ties to the military.

In 1995, when as a west coast United Church clergyman I began to uncover the grisly evidence of such practices as testing drugs for these companies on children at United Church facilities like the R.W. Large Hospital in Bella Bella, B.C., I was targeted for personal and professional destruction by that Church and its friends in government.

Across Canada, there are many such cases of criminal conspiracy to silence the truth and truth tellers. Now, for the first time, there’s a chance for these crimes to be brought to light and those responsible made to publicly account.

That opportunity commences Monday, July 9, when Jason Bowman will argue our application before a Federal Court judge.

Besides the historic “McLibel” lawsuit in England during the 1990’s when two people singlehandedly took on the McDonald’s Corporation, I can’t think of a bigger case of David confronting Goliath in the courts. For in our suit, we are naming the biggest actors in global genocide as having conspired to commit and conceal centuries of pillage, murder and corruption.

Our phones have been flooded already by dozens of people who want to support us and bring forward their own cases, and by media outlets wanting interviews. Clearly, we have struck a chord.

Let’s be clear about our purpose.

This lawsuit is not an end in itself but one step, albeit a big one, to unseat and disestablish self-governing corporations of church, state and business that have wreaked havoc on our world. For this unholy alliance has been behind the destruction of millions of people and poses an ever-growing threat to the welfare of our children, our liberties, and our planet.

So, we’re not out for a financial settlement or “compensation” from these oligarchies. Nothing can compensate for what they have done, and their lawyers will not buy themselves out of their responsibility for mass murder. This is not a “personal injury” lawsuit but a blow aimed at the power of business, church and state.

So, if justice is to come, it won’t happen through a court decision but by getting rid of these tyrannical institutions altogether and reinventing our world so that their crimes will never be repeated. We want the Vatican and profit-hungry drug companies gone altogether, not simply modified. We see this class action is a means to that end.

This fact makes today’s Kanata Day message all that more poignant.

Three years ago today, a group of patriots in Winnipeg announced the formation of The Republic of Kanata: a grassroots movement of those descended from aboriginal and European peoples who are determined not only to sever ties with the fictitious “Crown of England”, but to do so in order to return the land, wealth and power to all of our people from the few who presently monopolize it.

We who are embarked on this path of sovereignty and independence are total realists. We know that such a Republic of Equals will not come about by declarations and “cyber radicalism”, but by building on the ground a new society within the shell of the old. And the first practical action towards this aim is creating a moral framework through a new judicial system based on common law courts under the authority of our Republic of Kanata.

The first case brought in such a new court system will be against the so-called Crown of England and the Vatican for centuries of terror and theft against all the peoples of Canada.

The case that will be argued by Jason Bowman on July 9 in Federal Court is the opening volley in this campaign to dislocate Crown and Church in our land.

Personally, I feel many spirits and ancestors watching what we are doing this week. In many ways I feel like I am continuing the unfinished work of my great-great-great grandfather Philip Annett, an Upper Canada farmer who fought in the Patriot movement if 1837 to overthrow the oligarchy called The Family Compact that in many ways still rules Canada and our world.

We are fighting the same battle my grandfather and others waged two centuries ago because that movement was crushed, and Crown and Church and their wealthy friends became enthroned in Canada. The same year the Patriots were defeated, the first murderous “Indian residential school” was created by the Crown at the “Mohawk school” in Brantford, Ontario. That blow was aimed not only at indigenous people but at every European settler, to impose a mental and spiritual tyranny of Bishops and Bankers on our land from which we are struggling to emerge.

Over half of Canadians polled are with us, and want an end to our ties with the Crown. But we are not envisioning a mere changing of the political guard, with new elites running the show under a new flag. We must achieve mental liberation and spiritual reform before a new social reality is possible.

On July 9, we are beginning this emancipation. We need you to not only climb on board but use our effort to transform your own life and community from the bottom up.

Send us your story. Share our messages and you tube postings that will document our ongoing lawsuit. And resurrect the dreams of our earliest ancestors of the Two Row Wampum by which indigenous and settler shared all the land equally, and in peace.

It is a joy and an honor to stand with you all in this cause, and battle.
(Stay tuned for You Tube posting of our July 4 Toronto press conference)

We are fighting the same battle my grandfather and others waged two centuries ago because that movement was crushed, and Crown and Church and their wealthy friends became enthroned in Canada. The same year the Patriots were defeated, the first murderous “Indian residential school” was created by the Crown at the “Mohawk school” in Brantford, Ontario. That blow was aimed not only at indigenous people but at every European settler, to impose a mental and spiritual tyranny of Bishops and Bankers on our land from which we are struggling to emerge.

Over half of Canadians polled are with us, and want an end to our ties with the Crown. But we are not envisioning a mere changing of the political guard, with new elites running the show under a new flag. We must achieve mental liberation and spiritual reform before a new social reality is possible.

On July 9, we are beginning this emancipation. We need you to not only climb on board but use our effort to transform your own life and community from the bottom up.

Send us your story. Share our messages and you tube postings that will document our ongoing lawsuit. And resurrect the dreams of our earliest ancestors of the Two Row Wampum by which indigenous and settler shared all the land equally, and in peace.

It is a joy and an honor to stand with you all in this cause, and battle.
(Stay tuned for You Tube posting of our July 4 Toronto press conference)

Breaking News – July 1, 2012

Toronto, Canada:

A joint media by The Association of Citizen Prosecutors (ACP) and The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) was released on “Canada Day”, July 1, 2012.

It announces the first class action lawsuit in Canadian history to name as co-defendants the Vatican, the Crown of England, Canada and its churches, and big pharmaceutical companies, all of which are accused of crimes against humanity and criminal conspiracy.

The lawsuit is brought by Jason Bowman of the ACP and Rev. Kevin Annett of the ITCCS, on behalf of a group of many others.

The lawsuit will be explained in detail at a press conference held on the date of filing at the Federal Court Building, on Wednesday, July 4 at 1 pm EST at 180 Queen street West in Toronto.

A copy of the July 1 press statement is attached.

“Victims of church, state and big pharma are finally uniting to put an end to their terror” said Kevin Annett today.

“Among other plaintiffs in our class action will be survivors of Canada’s genocide against native people, who have never had their day in court. The whitewash is over. More than 50,000 murdered children will finally be confronting Canada and the Catholic, Anglican and United Church, and placing them all on trial”.

For information contact Jason Bowman at 705-250-0221 and Kevin Annett at 250-591-4573.


See the evidence of Genocide in Canada and other crimes against the innocent at and at the website of The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State at .

Messages for Kevin Annett can be left at 250-591-4573 (Canada).

Watch Kevin’s award-winning documentary film UNREPENTANT on his website

I gave Kevin Annett his Indian name, Eagle Strong Voice, in 2004 when I adopted him into our Anishinabe Nation. He carries that name proudly because he is doing the job he was sent to do, to tell his people of their wrongs. He speaks strongly and with truth. He speaks for our stolen and murdered children. I ask everyone to listen to him and welcome him. – Chief Louis Daniels – Whispers Wind Elder, Turtle Clan, Anishinabe Nation, Winnipeg, Manitoba


Doctors squeezed out of medicinal cannabis patient care.

Monday, June 25, 2012  by cathe douglas

Special report to Association of Citizen Prosecutors – Canada

Despite a judicial order that basically told the Government of Canada to fix medicinal cannabis laws or legalize it, the Canadian Government and police forces across Canada continue to ignore it.

Under the guise of regulating the system, the Harper Government has used the system, not only to defy judicial orders including from British Columbia and Ontario by using Health Canada and the police to discriminate against the users of medical cannabis.

While regulations demand that patients “inhale” medicinal cannabis, Mr. Justice Robert Johnson in a 35 page ruling delivered on April 13, 2012 in R. v. Owen Smith, giving Health Canada its request for a year to respond to changing its regulations to include that “people authorized to use medicinal cannabis infused oils, drink it in their tea or to bake brownies and cookies, not just to smoke it.”

While refusing to give police agencies patient names, releasing only numbers of licensed users, police have been raiding participating doctors offices. Doctors like Dr. Robert “Rob” Joseph Kamermans of Coe Hill Ontario where he has a thriving practice.

Coincidentally on the same date that Smith’s trial concluded in British Columbia, January 26th, 2012 is the very same day R.C.M.P. arrested, handcuffed and charged “Dr. K,” as he is known by some of his patients. He was then posed for photographs outside his small town office.

Under the guise of regulating the system, the Harper Government has instead used the system to exploit patient information, while allowing police agencies to use Health Canada and private confidential information to target “potheads.”

That is how the media describe “pot smokers,” even though hemp has been proven to be nutritious and can be made into healing balms and oils. There are numerous uses for hemp which is a natural greener industry.

Doctors who prescribe the use of medicinal cannabis and patients who apply for either a license and or the ability to grow their own have been publicly shamed for what ought to have been a legal practice.

After Dr. Kamermans’ arrest, he was further humiliated with a police interview taking several hours and forced to find his own way back to Coe Hill.

Then Global media’s show produced a report that further villified Dr. Kamermans as a “drug dealer” in part, because of the amount of money that he was charging for his out-patient clinics. Global media failed to provide a balanced story in the targeting of Dr. Kamermans.

Now Dr. Kamermans faces disciplinary hearings for the treatment of 21 of his patients alleging mistreatment before the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. His hearings are scheduled for two weeks beginning in mid- February. It is known that at least one of these charges came as a result of a complaint from another doctor displeased that one of his patients made the choice to ask for Dr. Kamermans’ help in paying for medicinal cannabis.

With regard to patient care, Ontario Health Insurance Program treats medicinal users of cannabinoids differently than every other patient in Ontario, discriminantly refusing to pay for medical services and should too be brought before the courts. Justice Johnston and Justice Taliano both found that Health Canada regulations violated one’s rights under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms with particular mention of Section 7, one’s right to life and liberty and not to be deprived thereof.

Canada’s Marijuana laws and Health Canada too discriminates against medicinal users of Cannibis by requiring applications, approval of applications and particularly the requirement to have the doctor sign the pack of a “passport” type photograph so that the government may identify medicinal users.” This even violates Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms not to discriminate based on medical conditions.

With warrants based on information that Dr. Kamermans was in possession of and dealing drugs, both his home and office were raided. No drugs were found, but police felt it necessary to seize all of Dr. Kamerman’s patient files, which include copies of the applications to Health Canada. Do police really have the right to information that is confidential between a doctor and his patient?

Do the police have the right to retain these files or to now use the information contained therein? After the treatment of Dr. Kamermans, who can blame the majority of doctors who refuse to participate in the medicinal cannabis program.

Should Dr. Kamermans’ patients be worried about their private and confidential medical information now being in the hands of police who refuse to recognize that medicinal cannabis is no longer illegal?

The answer is YES.  We now see Health Canada has been cancelling Dr. K’s patients’ licenses.  That means that if some have licences for 75 plants, for example a patient could end up with a new mandatory minimum sentence for as much as 14 years – or more.  This would be certain death for many cannabis patients who can not live without the natural oil or medicine.  This could be genocide in waiting.

Currently, this all forces patients and doctors into a climate of the “black market,” but is it really profiteering or a vile business foisted upon doctors by such a broken system?

In his decision in the case against Matthew Mernaugh of Toronto, Mr. Justice Donald Taliano agreed in a May decision that ordered Health Canada to rewrite Canada’s medicinal cannabis laws and regulations or to legalize it. Period.

He also concluded that the laws and regulations were unconstitutional and that many doctors have engaged in a massive boycott causing further problems for patients wanting access.

Thus far, Health Canada, provincial medical associations and pharmaceutical companies refuse to make literature available on the growing evidence to the importance of cannabinoids. In the words of one doctor, “I do not know enough about it to prescribe it.”

Well isn’t it time they all found out?  We are asking victims of Cannabis persecutions and prohibition to come forward and join our class action.  We have proof that Health Canada has been knowingly conspiring with Big Pharma in order lie to health care professionals and to prevent public access to known safe cannaibnoids.  This is also true in the United States.  See: United States Patent No. 6,630,507 October 7, 2003 “Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants” Assigned to: The United States of America as represented by the Department of Health and Human Services (Washington, DC)

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This story is one Canadians need to familiarize themselves with.   What is said on the streets in Vancouver’s East Side soon comes to Nanaimo, and is said on our own streets by people who are essentially disenfranchised.  We live in a social media age where people interact in real time – lies simply can not be passed off as they were for past hundred years; people talk.  (Thankfully they always will).    There is no way the police, and our corporate-compliant main stream media have NOT heard these stories – of this we can be certain.  B.C. homeless have always maintained that VIPs from many professions participated  in the goings on at the Picton farm.  There is no reason to not believe at least some of what they say….perhaps even most.

 “Dave and Willie Pickton were part of the disposal crew who cleaned up the mess after powerful men, including some Canadian senators and military brass, had raped and tortured perhaps hundreds of native women to death. Willie Pickton, the poor sap with an idiot-level IQ, is Canada’s “lone gunman” nowadays, rotting in jail as the prepared distraction so that the bloody elites can carry on their sick pastime and snuff films – with the help of celebrities like “Chief” Ed John.


“This is rather interesting.  I was the videographer of those hearings.  So I sat there for 3 days listening to heart wrenching testimonies, but the records were go from  me under a pretext of being protected, and got into the wrong hands.
The first time I heard the name of said chief was via accusations printed in the now defunct Radical, as described below. My inquiries of the premier (Dos.) whether he had these investigated before appointing the chief as minister of children and families had me included in a gag order action. I guess we did not fit with the political ambition of a locally powerful man.” – Eva Lyman

An Apple Sprouts in Manhattan: Mr. John goes to the United Nations, unfortunately

By Kevin D. Annett

I first heard Ed John’s name mentioned when a large and nasty thug shoved his arm into my throat and bellowed in my ear,

“Eddie John is pissed off at what you’re doing here, so cut it out now!”

The ruffian was named Dean Wilson, an enforcer with the Carrier-Sekani Tribal Council in Prince George, British Columbia. The day of his assault on me was June 13, 1998, during the opening session of the only independent Tribunal ever conducted into the Canadian Indian residential schools holocaust.

Dean was a feared man at our Tribunal that weekend. Aboriginal men and women would literally scurry away whenever he entered the hall where a dozen unsuspecting judges from around the continent gathered to hear what torture victims had to say about the Christian death camps. Nobody dared to ask Dean Wilson to leave.

“That’s one of Ed John’s goons” said a native man to me nervously.

“And who’s this Ed John?” I asked him, more than annoyed.

The guy shook his head and muttered,

“You don’t want to know”

I read this week that the same “Chief” Ed John has just been appointed to head the United Nation’s prestigious Permanent Forum on Indigenous People. I wonder if he’s bringing Dean Wilson with him to New York. They seem to like hit men there.

It isn’t every puppet Indian politician who gets to head up the Indigenous Forum, and Eddie isn’t just any apple. He’s one of the richest Indians in Canada, and a government insider who even got the B.C. government to fund a lawsuit for him in July, 2002 to silence his public critics with a ready-made Supreme Court gag order. And Mr. John has brokered the selling off of the lands and resources of his own people and many other west coast tribes too often to keep track.

It gets worse.

On the same day that Dean Wilson passed on Eddie’s inelegant warning to me at our Tribunal, two members of his Carrier-Sekani Nation spoke in private to me and Tribunal official Rudy James. They told us that Ed John had tried to have them killed.

“He wants our land and that’s how he gets land” said Helen, one of the witnesses. “He’s knocked off lots of people to get their trap lines and mineral rights. He had my cousin killed. He signed away all our water to Alcan and anyone on council who objected got a one way trip to the lake.”

Her partner Frank added,

“Eddie’s the big power up north and he keeps everybody in line by grabbing their kids. He runs all of the drugs and the child trafficking around Prince George with some of the Mounties and local judges. The feds look the other way ‘cause he does what they want. That’s his payoff.”

These folks weren’t just two malcontents with a grudge against a politician. My own aching neck told me that Ed John was somebody with muscle, and a motive to exercise it.

So why doesn’t he like our Tribunal? I asked Frank and Helen.

“I told you!” exclaimed Frank. “Eddie’s the government’s boy and he was even when he went to residential school. You think he wants what he did to all those others kids there to ever come out?”

Mind you, all of this is sacrilege in mainstream Canada, who adores Ed John. He’s the Indian always quoted in the press, including at the recent stage-managed “truth and reconciliation” fiasco where his crocodile tears were caught live on television as proof that aboriginal people “finally forgive” Christian Canada for doing to Indian kids what Ed apparently did as well.

Maybe Mr. John Boy and I knew each other in another life, or something, because our paths keep crossing all the time.

In the spring of 2010, just before I was forced off Vancouver Co-op Radio’s airwaves for documenting aloud the RCMP’s involvement in the murder of native women, a man named Les Guerin asked to see me. Les lives on the Musqueam reservation in Vancouver, and is the grounds maintenance worker there. He’s also a neighbor of Ed John and his charming wife and fellow government insider, Wendy Grant.

Les met me at the Ovaltine restaurant and handed me a pile of documents. One of the pages was a signed letter from a now-deceased Musqueam band member named Jim Kew, who claimed to have seen Ed John participate in a group beating of a disabled native man at Musqueam in the fall of 2004.

“Jim didn’t last long after he wrote that. You can look at it but I can’t give you a copy. Not if I want to live” said Les laconically.

Les went on to describe how Ed and Wendy run the Musqueam reservation like their own private fief, evicting opponents from their homes and grabbing their children and property at will.

“The feds call it Agenda 21. They want Ed and Wendy to get rid of half the people on the reserve by denying them services and housing. Just toss them out on their ass and kill ‘em off. The cops can’t lift a finger to stop them.”

Les hesitated, and handed me another document.

“That’s a forensic report” he said quietly.

“So where did you find these human bones?” I asked him after reading the report.

“Dave Pickton buried them at Musqueam. Ed John hired him in 1999, it says so right there. I guess somebody knew that Eddie gets rid of bodies”.

Dave and Willie Pickton were part of the disposal crew who cleaned up the mess after powerful men, including some Canadian senators and military brass, had raped and tortured perhaps hundreds of native women to death. Willie Pickton, the poor sap with an idiot-level IQ, is Canada’s “lone gunman” nowadays, rotting in jail as the prepared distraction so that the bloody elites can carry on their sick pastime and snuff films – with the help of celebrities like “Chief” Ed John.

For those of you who are worried that this article may cause Dean Wilson to do a repeat performance on my throat, or that some heavy duty court summons will clap me in jail, or worse, I wouldn’t fret.

Gangsters like Ed John don’t like drawing more attention to bad publicity about themselves – especially when they know it’s all true. Nor do they worry much about people like me when they’re being groomed by the global elites for bigger stakes: like completing the extermination of those few aboriginal people still on their land, to secure Canada’s vast water and uranium resources for the highest bidder.

Of course, you never know. Life is uncertain, even for people with all the protection and exposure in the world. And even, I might add, for a truly ab-original man like Ed John who thinks he’s swimming with the big sharks now and has the world by the cajones.

I’m so sorry, Ed, but I’ve got bad news for you. You’re still a dark-skinned flunky to the big boys, and you always will be. So at the end of the day, will it all have been worth it?

I’ve often asked myself the same question. And I guess we’ll find out one day, you and I, in the place where fear has no dominion.

Read the truth of genocide in Canada and globally at:  (includes documentary film Unrepentant)
Truth is so obscure in these times and falsehood so established, that unless we love the truth, we can not know it. – Blaise Pascal
I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man – Thomas Jefferson
From: Jeremiah Jourdain on behalf of the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS). For more information and updates see the ITCCS website at or phone 250-591-4573 (Canada).  (Re-published by the ACP)

Hello everyone. Please post and circulate this most recent interview with Kevin, taped on Friday, June 8. It contains the latest updates about the campaign to name and arrest child raping priests, disestablish the criminal churches and establish a Republic of Kanata.

Please use this video to promote Kevin’s upcoming tour through North America and Europe.

Thank you. JJ for ITCCS

VIDEO: Rev. Kevin Annett – Public Declaration to the Vatican & The Republic of Kanata (Canada)

In this video interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Rev. Kevin Annett, Acting Secretary of the International Tribunal for Crimes of Church and State – – discusses a public declaration to Pope Ratizinger and the Vatican stating that unless specific actions are taken by the Pope and the Vatican by September 15, 2012, “every known Roman Catholic priest or official who has harmed a child or protected those who have will be publicly named by our network, and will be publicly arrested and expelled from their churches.”

The Declaration continues, “This decision is made under the common law right of citizenship arrest of those who endanger children when established authorities refuse to protect the community.

Such direct action to protect our children will be accompanied by ongoing occupations and seizures of Roman Catholic Church property commencing globally on September 15, 2012.

These measures are being taken because of the refusal by you and your church hierarchy to do justice to your victims and abide by the law and morality; and specifically, because of your refusal to agree to these ten measures, issued to you on May 4, 2012 by our Tribunal:

1. Issue full reparations to survivors
2. Surrender the remains of those who died for a proper burial.
3. Return all land and wealth taken from church victims
4. Surrender all evidence and perpetrators of crimes against children
5. Annul Crimen Sollicitationis and all Vatican policies that protect child rapists
6. Expel and defrock all child raping priests and those who protect them, including the pope
7. Agree to the licensing of all clergy as public servants
8. Withdraw from all tax exemptions, concordats and privileges
9. Annul the status of the Vatican as a state and abolish Rome’s authority over its congregations
10. Redistribute the wealth of the Vatican Bank to church victims and the community, as Christ commands


Update on Genocide of First Nation Children at Branford, Ontario

Sifting for human remains of child genocide at residential school, Branford, Ontario, Canada

Rev. Annett also provides and update on the continuing search and discovery of evidence of child genocide at the residential school at Branford, Ontario, where an infiltration and disruption effort by the Government of Canada was successfully deconstructed and defeated.

The Republic of Kanata (Canada)

The separation and disaffiliation of Canada from the UK Monarchy is necessary, states Rev. Annett, because of the leading role that UK Monarchs, including Elizabeth Windsor, have taken in implementing the aboriginal genocide and in retarding true democracy in Canada. He cited polls that showed that 68% of Canadians were in favor of establishing a republic of Canada. Rev. Annett discusses the practical steps that are now undertaken to establish a Republic of Kanata (Canada), including upcoming public meetings in Vancouver, BC and other locations in Canada.


International Tribunal for Crimes of Church and State

See also:  (includes documentary film Unrepentant) 
Please contact us if you wish to share your story – or to help to join / establish a community support group in your area.  Thanks for sharing.  JJB.

The search for justice for Corey continues::

Since R. v. Landry & Eccles v. Bourque ought to be the applicable pillars to the Corey Peeace litigation / investigation – justice, it seems in Alberta is lost.

Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms

“If the criteria of s. 450(1) of the Criminal Code and the standards enunciated in Eccles v. Bourque are met, a police officer can make an arrest on private premises without a warrant in the
execution of his duty for the purposes of s. 450(1)(a).” R. v. Landry, [1986] 1 SCR 145

“Section 450(1) of the Criminal Code does not alter the common law principles with respect to spatial limits on arrest without a warrant and the silence of the Code requires that the common
law apply. Eccles v. Bourque was not a case restricted to situations where a warrant, albeit unendorsed, existed, but rather dealt with the power of the police to arrest without warrant in private premises. The present case falls to be decided by application of Eccles v. Bourque, just as Eccles v. Bourque, on the view of the Court at that time, fell within the four corners of the old common law authorities. The policy underlying the cases, both older and more recent, is clear and compelling: there should be no place which gives an offender sanctuary from arrest. Although the Criminal Code provides for warrants for the search of things, it does not provide for the search of persons.
Absent the power of police to arrest on private premises, a criminal offender might therefore find complete and permanent protection from the law in a private home.

Parliament took for granted the common law power of forcible entry to effect an arrest. While the courts can decline to confer new common law powers intruding on civil liberties–and this Court has been cautious in conferring those powers–it is quite another thing for the Court to abrogate powers recognized by the courts, particularly when those powers descend from entrenched  authorities of the 17th century.

Legal Rights


7. Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice.


8. Everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure.

The right of entry to search for an offender is not unrestricted. This Court held in Eccles v. Bourque that entry could only be made against the will of a householder if: (1) there were reasonable and probable grounds for the belief that the person sought was within the premises, and (2) if proper announcement was made prior to entry. Proper announcement would ordinarily entail the police
giving (i) notice of presence, (ii) notice of authority by identifying themselves as police officers, and (iii) notice of purpose by stating lawful reasons for entry.

These requirements minimize the invasiveness of arrest in a dwelling and permit the offender to maintain his dignity and privacy by walking to the doorway and surrendering himself.

There is good reason to stand by the common law authorities in lieu of adopting a new rule requiring the police to obtain an arrest warrant in order to make an arrest in residential
premises. If a police officer is forced to obtain an arrest warrant before entering a residence, he will first have to attempt to obtain the name of the offender from the neighbours. In many cases the
neighbours will be unable to supply this information. Even if he obtains the offender’s name, the police officer will then have to seek a justice of the peace to execute a warrant. Valuable time–and
probably the offender–will be lost.

The specific concerns relating to arrests within a dwelling are met as fully as they can be, without unduly impinging an effective crime control, by the special requirements imposed on peace
officers who must make arrests in a house or apartment.

An affirmative answer to all of the following questions means the arrest is lawful:

(1)               Is the offence in question indictable?

(2)               Has the person who is the subject of arrest committed the offence or does the peace officer believe on reasonable and probable grounds that that person has committed or is about to
commit the offence in question?

(3)               Are there reasonable and probable grounds for belief that the person sought is within the premises?

(4)               Was proper announcement made before entry? This case arose before the Charter was in effect.

Furthermore, no determination was made on the nature and scope of the spatial limits of arrest without warrant under any section or subsection other than s. 450(1)(a) of the Criminal Code.”
R. v. Landry, [1986] 1 SCR 145

From: “The Tyranny of Good Intentions -How Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Are Trampling the Constitution in the Name of Justice” By: Paul Craig Roberts & Lawrence M. Stratton

“The submission that a person who is by s. 450 of the Criminal Code authorized to make an arrest is, by s. 25, authorized by law to commit a trespass with or without force in the accomplishment of that arrest, provided he acts on reasonable and probable grounds, was not accepted.

Section 25 merely affords justification to a person for doing what he is required or authorized by law to do in the administration or enforcement of the law, if he acts on reasonable and probable grounds, and for using necessary force for that purpose. The question was whether the respondents were required or authorized by law to commit a [Page 740] trespass, not whether they were required or authorized to make an arrest. If they were authorized by law to commit a trespass, the authority for it must be found in the common law for there is nothing in the Criminal Code.

Unlike civil process, in the execution of criminal process the test is whether there are reasonable and probable grounds for acting. If the police officer has reasonable and probable cause to believe that the person named in the warrant for arrest is in the home of a stranger he has the right, after proper demand, to enter the home forcibly, to search and to arrest. In the present case the police officers had reasonable and probable grounds for believing that C was in the appellant’s apartment.

Except in exigent circumstances, the police officers must make an announcement prior to entry. In the ordinary case, before forcing entry, they should give (i) notice of presence by knocking or ringing
the doorbell, (ii) notice of authority, by identifying themselves as law enforcement officers and (iii) notice of purpose, by stating a lawful reason for entry.” Eccles v. Bourque et al., [1975] 2 SCR 739

FACT: Corey Peeace and his family endured unlawful Calgary police entries of their residence on 3 separate occasions within as many years prior to his killing in June 2011.  

FACT: Officer Cook, Corey’s killer, was the subject of a complaint and litigation Corey initiated in respect of an unlawful entry, assault and unlawful arrest on February 2010 when Cook trespassed, assaulted, handcuffed & tasered Corey while he was sleeping in bed.

FACT: Chief Hanson, Officer Cook, Gary Creasser & Cliff Purvis each appear to have unclean hands not only in respect of appearing to each be parties to Corey’s killing, but also in respect of what appears to be obstruction, conspiracy and cover-up.

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June 10, 2011 Killing of Corey Peeace – Corey’s Story

by Ca Douglas 

“I’m a lawyer.” – Cliff Purvis

A.S.I.R.T. Director Cliff Purvis verified that the Calgary policeman who first handcuffed and tasered (& later shot and killed) Corey Peeace is four-division officer Stephen Cook. This officer may have motive – wanting to end a lawsuit against him for tasering Peeace while handcuffed and the Calgary Police Service for Human Rights abuses.

Justice for Corey

On the evening of June 10, 2011, Corey Peeace (pronounced Pea-Ace) and his extended family were watching a National Hockey League playoff game at Corey’s home in Calgary. Like many other families across Canada, they were gathered around the family set, eating, some of them having a couple of beers as they cheered for their favoured team. At around 6 p.m., an argument broke out between family members over a missing package of cigarettes opened by Corey moments before – Corey became uncharacteristically angry and a family member called his mother, Stella who had just left the house.

Stealla Peeace & Her Family

There are differences between the story being told by the police and the story being told by the family about the police response that ended when a police officer felt justified in shooting Corey four times in the chest to death.

Scene of the Corey’s Killing (Rear Entrance of his Calgary Residence)

If you read about it in the city’s three newspapers, or watched on the 4 major networks, one would be led to believe that the shooting was justified.

Alberta Justice?

After two conferences with Peeace’s family directly regarding the circumstances into Corey’s death, a picture emerged from the family that not only seemed reasonable, but credible. This is their story and one that has never been told by the Calgary media. The story actually began in another house on another street in the same “Erin Woods” neighbourhood in Calgary. It is a neighbourhood, not unlike any other neighbourhood in Calgary where the houses are crammed together, most made cheaply and rented out.

Is Lady Justice Blind?

There were two “First Nations’ families” in this neighbourhood, Corey’s and his neighbours who lived two houses down. One night, the police from “Four Division” raided both houses, apparently because of a “gun call.” In a flash, police members shoved the faces of the two families down into the ground, all hands restrained behind their backs, each of them thoroughly searched. Then there were a lot of high fives and derogatory racial slurs made against the two native families by the police officers on the scene. It is interesting to note that the house in between the native families’ homes lived a white family and was excluded from the raids. These raids turned up no weapons in the subsequent search of the homes of the two families and there were no charges laid. After the incident, Corey Peeace complained to the Human Rights Commission (the outcome remains unknown). After the incident, Corey’s family relocated to a new home a couple of blocks away. In February 2010, the family was watching an Olympic Hockey game when an argument broke out between Corey and his spouse Vanessa. 911 was dialed on that night as well. After the short argument, Corey went to his bed and slept. Quite literally, he was dead to the world. Another call was placed to 911 to tell the dispatcher that Corey had gone to bed and was no longer any issue. It was over 50 minutes after the initial 911 call before officers showed up at the front door, even after the call to say they were no longer needed. This report did not name the officers because it seems to be police policy here in Calgary not to name officers in such incidents, including when an officer shoots a civilian dead. This is unlike the policy in other forces such as the Toronto Police Services and the Ontario Provincial Police, where officers involved in serious incidents are named to the public. The officers entered the family’s residence without invitation, demanding to know where Corey was. They were adamantly told that he was asleep and their presence was not required, but they continued uninvited into their home and found Corey in his bedroom. The officers then proceeded to physically wake Corey up. Corey, in a alcohol induced slumber, was not aware that the police were in his room and he batted them away. He wanted to do nothing more than sleep. The officers perceived this as an assault on police officers and proceeded to handcuff Corey behind his back. One officer got on top of Corey’s back with one knee with his other knee pushed into Corey’s ribs. With Corey well restrained, the other officer then discharged his taser on Corey in front of his on-looking family. One of the officers then proceeded to try to pressure Corey’s spouse to utter a statement declaring that Corey had hit her but she refused to lie.

Falsely Charged

Corey was nonetheless charged with assault and made to endure the process of the Calgary Courts. The Crown Prosecutor’s Office refused to drop the assault charges and rather used the false charge in order to maneuver Corey into a plea bargain that saw him agree to take anger management classes. The discharge meant that there would be no criminal record, yet still being portrayed by the press as having one. When Corey returned home from court that day to tell the family the outcome of the court proceedings, they all broke out into laughter because Corey was so rarely brought to the boiling point of those the anger management classes are meant to target. Because of the tasering, Corey also lodged a complaint with Professional Standards against the two officers.  He also began proceedings with a Calgary lawyer, who warned Corey that the police had “goon squads” that went around harassing people who lodged complaints against the police.

just US vs. just THEM

This seems to be common knowledge here in Calgary and fear allows these incidents to continue without opposition.

Corey’s family wants everyone to know that Corey was a hardworking family man, who held a steady job. He had a university education, but drove a delivery truck for a grocery chain, which paid the bills and supported his family. Corey is said to have “provided for his family and never left any of them wanting for anything.” The family all smiled as they remembered his proclivity for barbecues and feeding everyone who came to them. He also cared for other members of his family, like his brother Kenny, who while living in Toronto suffered a stroke. It was Corey who gave him a place to live after he was medically released from hospital care. Everyone in the family helped to care for Kenny, who needed to walk with a cane and was progressing in his speech. Everyone, who met Corey, liked him. Everyone but the two police officers who tasered Corey and on June 10, 2011 returned to his home within minutes of the 911 call being placed. This time, family members witnessed the two police officers approach with their guns drawn, a contradiction to police reports that their guns were not drawn before they kicked the door open. Neither officer uttered any warning to Corey. Scared, Corey’s neice, (who was terrified at the sight of the approaching gunmen) quickly shut and locked the front door to Corey’s home.  Within short moments the officers had kicked in the front door and found Corey standing in his kitchen – stunned with a sandwich knife in his hand. A sandwich knife by the way, that had a broken hilt and would have made a lousy weapon to attack anyone with, let alone an armed police officer. The family says that Corey would never have used this sandwich knife or anything else as a weapon – he had never in the past – and simply did not have it in him. It remains obvious that 40-year-old Corey Peeace did not stand a chance. The door flew open, bang, bang, bang, bang and Corey was lying on the floor, dying in a growing pool of his own blood. Neither in police reports to the media, nor in statements from the family, was Corey warned to “put his weapon” down, which contrasts greatly from appropriate police procedure. Everyone deserves that chance.

“volatile and dangerous”

Following the shooting, the chief of police Rick Hansen was quick to make statements to the press regarding details of the shooting immediately exonerating his officers, even before the official investigation began. One of those details he discussed in a “SUN TV” interview was that there was a “disconnect call” made to 911 regarding a “threatening situation” in the home. He made another statement in which in said that there had been a “hang-up phone call.” When asked, the person who placed the 911-telephone call was genuinely shocked to hear that the chief of police was making those claims. The caller is adamant that 911 recordings will show that she was on the line from the time she place the telephone call until after Corey had been shot. She maintained that the line was not “hung-up,” nor was there any “disconnection” of the call. The chief of police went on in that interview to say that the 911 operators heard a “distinct threat” and other press have reported that those words were, “someone is going to die today.” There were several members of the family that were on scene at the time of the entire incident and were stunned in response.  One of Corey’s three sons bewildered by the comments then said that the words, “someone is going to die today,” is just not something that his dad would have ever said. It wasn’t in his nature. Everyone agreed. In fact it turns out that Corey and his family were afraid for his life and understood him to be saying “Oh great, now somebody’s gonna die today” – meaning HIM.  If so, Corey was correct. Corey’s statement was inaccurately reported to the media and this misperception has been allowed to stand. All present agreed that Corey was not in any way acting in a threatening manner, nor was there anyone in danger at anytime other than by police. The family admits that a disagreement existed between Corey and family members and that the alcohol that had been consumed had blown the issue out of proportion. There are family members who feel a great deal of guilt as a result of their own actions, but none of them pulled the trigger. The family, who had spent the last several hours with Corey all state that at no time was anyone in danger of being harmed. Police are adamant that a split second decision was all that was necessary to judge that Corey’s life ought to be brought to an end right there and then. Chief Rick Hansen before the investigation even began determined to sell to the public through an unquestioning press that Corey was a danger to human life.  The media acquiesced and released statements to the public that were untrue. They even reported that Corey did indeed have a criminal record as the press began to vilify the victim and this has happened in other police shootings as well. There are screen captures of comments made to and published by the press that shows an unnatural tolerance for these killings, although it is suspected that some of these comments came from other radical police officers on the force. Immediately after Corey had been shot, many police officers converged on the scene, the family says more than 30, all within five minutes of the call to 911. Contrary to proper police procedure and despite the presence of a back exit, family members were then made to walk out of their home through the front door and over the dying body of Corey. Did this not interfere with what then should have been considered a crime scene until the death could have received an investigative ruling? By disturbing the scene, police may have obliterated evidence valuable to the investigation. The family states that officers then entered the home as they were being taken away and before the arrival of the investigators from the Province’s Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT). Police have made statements that there were other weapons nearby. A walk-through of the night’s events with the family shows that Corey was standing just inside the front door. The only items available to him were the family’s shoes on a mat. One family member, a minor, recalls protesting to the police at having to exit her home over the dying body of her dearest Uncle Corey. It just wasn’t right to her.

The family was cruelly forced each into separate vehicles.

The family was herded into separate vehicles, taken away and put into separate rooms at the number four-division facility near Marlborough. Without counsel they were questioned, including the minors who were not even allowed the presence of a guardian during the questioning of that night or during subsequent questioning, contrary to proper police procedures. One element of the story that failed to even make it into the press, despite noting nothing more than “other injuries” may have been reported. It has never been revealed to the public what happened to Corey’s brother Kenny. The brother that the family cared for after the stroke, who walked with a cane, was not moving fast enough when police removed them from their home. Kenny had been made to walk over his dying brother and made it to the stoop of the front porch. One officer grabbed Kenny by the front of his shirt and pulled him down the stairs to go faster, but Kenny’s brain couldn’t handle what was being demanded of him and he fell to the ground smashing his skull against the walk. Family pleaded with police to get Kenny medical help or to let the ambulance through, but the officers just let him lay on the ground just as they did Corey. Family members state that medical attention was withheld from both men while an ambulance was kept waiting at the end of the street by police. Kenny was eventually rushed to Calgary’s Foothills Hospital needing surgery and now has to once again undertake the recovery of a brain injury. Corey’s niece talked about cleaning and organizing the basement just prior to that night, but when the family returned home, they found it a mess. They all wondered what it was that the police were looking for. With the loss of her spouse, their father, brother, uncle and friend, the family decided to move away from the place where Corey was so mercilessly and senselessly slaughtered. Another “First Nations’ Family” moved into the residence and shortly thereafter received a short letter simply stating, “Move out or die.” During this period, area neighbourhoods also found many racist posters posted in the neighbourhood. One has to wonder just what is going on? Family members have asked for Corey’s belongings back. ASIRT members refused stating to the Peeace family that they are investigating this as a homicide stating that the police officer will never go on duty again. The police officer has since returned to the streets after a month of desk duty. In a subsequent shooting in another neighbourhood in Four-division, another man was shot and similarly treated by the press. Without a questioning press, the killing will never stop.

just US vs. just THEM

UPDATE: In late April 2012, the name of the officer was determined as the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team, investigating the killing, determined that the shooting was indeed justified. The press did not report that Peeace lost his life over a package of cigarettes. From a photograph taken during interviews, it was the niece who was standing nearest to Peeace just before he was shot, but the niece is adamant that Peeace was NOT threatening her despite what was reported in the press about the A.S.I.R.T. investigation. In fact, reenactments of the A.S.I.R.T. report findings show that A.S.I.R.T. did indeed cover-up the murder of Peeace as their version of the events do not make any sense as they awarded the officer with a life saving award. The only conclusion one can draw is that the corruption in Alberta is so pervasive, with criminal elements having tentacles in the Government of Alberta, in the courts, in the Crown Prosecutor’s Office and in the police that any normal citizen doesn’t have a chance. —————————–

From: The Law of Torts 674 WRONGS TO POSSESSION AND PROPERTY. [Ch. 10] An entry upon the land of another is not a trespass unless it be unjustifiable. It may be justified, among other things, by legal pro- oess.i”” Civil process of law justifies an officer in breaking in the door of an inner room,^” but it does not justify him in breaking the outer door.i”‘ “Every man’s house is his castle.” This is an old expression, and comes down to us from those feudal times when the grand people lived in large and fortified houses, which were called “castles.” In these castles they resisted any entrance except by permission. From this source has come the expression. In accord- ance therewith, every man’s abode, however humble, is his castle; and it is said, “Even though the winds of heaven may blow through it, the king of England cannot enter it.” ^”^ Where the officer executing civil process is guilty of a trespass in forcing an entrance into a dwelling house, its owner is justified in resisting further progress in service of the writ by force.^^” From: “HAND-BOOK OF THE LAW OF TORTS” By: EDWIN A. JAGGARD, A. M., LL. B