Originally Posted on December 21, 2014 by admin
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