Breaking News, Monday, September 25, 2023
Church and State leaders are summoned to appear in court to answer charges of murder and criminal conspiracy
Public Summonses were issued today to forty-two persons who have been charged with complicity in the deaths of indigenous activists. The individuals summoned include King Charles (Mountbatten-Windsor), Pope Francis (Jorge Bergoglio), and former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien.
The Summonses were issued by the West Coast Common Law Court of Justice, a Citizens’ Tribunal with standing under international law. Those summoned have been ordered to appear before the Court on Monday, October 16, 2023.
“The accused are part of an ongoing criminal conspiracy that has killed eleven people and destroyed the lives of many others in order to commit and conceal genocide and obstruct justice,” said a statement issued today by the Citizen Prosecutor’s Office of the Court.
“If the accused fail to appear in court, a pro confesso verdict of uncontested guilt may be issued against them along with an arrest warrant.”
A Copy of the Summons and a list of the accused defendants is enclosed.
The West Coast Common Law Court of Justice was convened on May 1, 2023 in Vancouver. Its mandate is to investigate and prosecute those responsible for the deaths of Indian residential school activists Harriett Nahanee, William Combes, and Johnny ‘Bingo’ Dawson, and the targeting and destruction of their colleague Kevin Annett.
More updates from the Court are forthcoming.
Issued on Monday, September 25, 2023 by the West Coast Common Law Court of Justice
A List of the Defendants summoned to Court
The following persons are summoned to appear before the Court on Monday, October 16, 2023 at 10:00 am in the City of Vancouver, at a location to be announced:
Charles Mountbatten-Windsor, aka ‘King Charles III of Great Britain’
Jorge Bergoglio, aka ‘Pope Francis’, Bishop of the Church of Rome
Jean Chretien, former Prime Minister of Canada
David Johnston, former Governor-General of Canada
Ujjal Dosanjh, former Attorney-General of British Columbia
William Elliott, former RCMP Commissioner
Peter Montague, RCMP Inspector, ‘E’ Division
Gerry Peters, RCMP Sergeant, ‘E’ Division
Paul Willms, RCMP officer, ‘E’ Division
James Craven, RCMP operative
Ronald Barber, former Master of the Supreme Court of British Columbia
Alan Donaldson, former Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia
Claire Thompson, British Columbia Coroner’s Office
Matt Brown, British Columbia Coroner’s Office
Ron Huinink, lawyer
Iain Benson, lawyer
Jim Almas, former Chief of Police of Vancouver
Jim Chu, former Chief of Police of Vancouver
Ed John, former head of the Carrier-Sekani Tribal Council
Domenico Giani, Director of Santa Alleanza, the Vatican
Michael Miller, aka Archbishop of the Church of Rome
Donald Harvey, former Moderator of the Anglican Church in Canada
Fred Hiltz, former Primate of the Anglican Church in Canada
Virginia Coleman, former General-Secretary of the United Church of Canada
Marion Best, Gary Paterson, Mardi Tindal, David Giuliano, former Moderators of the United Church of Canada
John Cashore, Jon Jessiman, Brian Thorpe, Phil Spencer, John Siebert, Mollie Williams, Foster Freed, Brad Newcombe, John Mayba, officials or clergy of the United Church of Canada
The Estates of Art Anderson, Bill Howie, Cameron Reid, Fred Bishop, Terry Whyte, and Bob Stiven, deceased officials or clergy of the United Church of Canada
Anne Heller, official of the Unitarian-Universalist Church
The Estate of Phillip Hewitt, deceased minister of the Unitarian-Universalist Church
Martha Piper, former President of the University of British Columbia
Neil Guppy, professor at the University of British Columbia
The Estate of Murray Elliott, deceased professor of the University of British Columbia
John and Jane Does of the RCMP, the Vancouver Police Department, the government of Canada, the Catholic, Anglican, and United Church of Canada, the Unitarian-Universalist Church, St. Paul’s Catholic Hospital, and the Surrey Remand Correctional Facility.
Issued by the West Coast Common Law Court of Justice
Monday, September 25, 2023