In this breaking exclusive interview, Erika, a former nurse at the catholic St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, speaks of how she witnessed the final days of genocide survivor William Combes. She is convinced that all of his symptoms indicate that he died of arsenic poisoning, not “tuberculosis” as the British Columbia Coroner claims. William was a witness to the abduction of ten children by “Queen Elizabeth” Windsor on October 10, 1964 at the catholic Kamloops Indian residential school. William died suddenly in hospital shortly before he was to go public about the abduction and permanent disappearance of the ten children. See www.murderbydecree.com and www.itccs.org .