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Queen avoids arrest for child trafficking by detaining innocent man?

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Should the Queen of England be allowed to obstruct justice?

Queen Elizabeth was allegedly involved in yesterday's imprisonment of British citizen David Compan who was held against his will and sedated in the London Imperial College mental hospital. No charges have been filed.

What was Compan's crime?

The child abuse advocate was attempting to enforce a Brussels Court of Justice warrant issued on the Royal Couple for their role in the disappearance of ten children. On Feb. 25 2013 six international judges found the Queen and Prince Phillip guilty of taking ten aboriginal youngsters from the Canadian Kamloops Residential School on Oct.10 1964. The pre-teens haven't been seen or heard of since. http://salem-news.com/articles/january092014/activist-arrested-ka.php

If the elites are getting away with child trafficking and incarcerating those trying to bring them to justice, then how safe are we and our children?

The Brussels trial on behalf of 50,000 missing native children was prosecuted by the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State. The ITCCS was formed by Canadian pastor and archeologist Kevin Annett on request of Canadian tribal leaders. Efforts to bring crimes against their children to justice had been futile until the international court. www.itccs.org

Prosecution had it's challenges. In 2012 Harry Wilson, the first eyewitness to go public with his discovery of a dead adolescent at a native residential school, died of mysterious causes. He sustained massive head and brain injuries from an undisclosed cause. http://itccs.org/tag/rev-kevin-annett/page/7/

There were 28 mass child gravesites discovered at residential schools across Canada. In Nov. 2013 another was accidently found by pipefitters. The child mass graves still await excavation even though Annett and a group of archeologists including one from the Smithsonian Institute, uncovered human remains in 2008.

Witnesses described being subjected to staff gang rapes, starvation, routine killings of pregnant or "unruly" adolescents by beatings and confinement without food or water, were regularly infected with small pox and prostituted to police and politicians in return for cash payments.

The children were also subjects of experiments including drug testing operated in association with pharmaceutical companies like Eli Lilly, Upjohn and Bayer. The drug companies funded the United, Anglican and Catholic churches which ran the 80 Indian residential schools in connection with the Canadian government and English Crown. http://itccs.org/tag/rev-kevin-annett/page/7/

The Brussells guilty verdict was behind the Feb. 2013 resignation of Pope Joseph Ratzinger. The four month-long trial found the former Pope, Queen and 28 other elites guilty of crimes against humanity. Evidence used in the case was documented in Annett's "Hidden No Longer" and can be read for free at: www.hiddennolonger.com and www.ChildAbuseRecovery.com

Ms. Windsor failed to respond to a Nov. 2012 summons, yet has not denied evidence presented at trial, nor disputed findings that thousands of native children have been abused, disappeared from and killed at residential schools.

In July 2012 an informant spoke to Annett. He was a former staff member at the head office of the Anglican Church in Toronto. He claimed legal efforts to expose these crimes were blocked by "orders from London," representatives of the Crown in Ontario, plus Canadian government, Anglican, Catholic and other Church officials. http://itccs.org/tag/rev-kevin-annett/page/7/

The largest grave site was located at the Mohawk Indian residential school in Brantford Ontario. In June 2001 Mohawk survivors brought suit against the Anglican Church and Crown. Judge Haines of the Ontario Supreme Court dismissed the case on grounds that legal action was barred by The Crown Liability Act of 1953.

Charing Cross Hospital Social Worker Elizabeth Scully confirmed to London ITCCS organizer Rhianne Mockridge that Mr. Compan was being held but wouldn't release further information. https://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msa=0&msid=210989199671914980955.00045...

A newly-passed English law allowed the imprisonment of anyone indefinitely and without charges if considered to be "fixated" on public figures such as the Royal Family. This has been described as a "dastardly police state law" and can be reviewed at:: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-457934/Revealed-Blairs-secret-st...

The ITCCS called upon its affiliates in 21 countries to stage protests, demand release of David Compan and nullify the new law used to incarcerate innocent citizens without due process. Contact itccscentral@gmail.com or rhiannesemail2013@gmail.com.

Pharmaceutical companies such as Eli Lilly, Upjohn and Bayer were connected to the CIA mind-control program on children. Thousands of survivors in the US, Canada and across the globe are requesting a Congressional investigation. You can sign the petition at: http://www.change.org/petitions/us-congress-survivors-request-investigat...

For more information see: www.itccs.org, www.ChildAbuseRecovery.com, http://ritualabuse.us, http://kevinannettinternational.blogspot.fr/

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