Queen Elizabeth, Vatican, Canadian Government Murdering Witnesses to Child Murders

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

William Combes of the Canadian Salish Tribe, witnessed the abduction of ten children by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip at the Catholic Kamloops Indian residential school in British Columbia – and died trying to expose the perpetrators.

On Oct. 10 1964 Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip were seen leaving a picnic with the ten children. Their local native parents haven’t seen their children since. In Feb. 2010 Combes died after speaking out about the Queen’s abduction.

Combes was a child at the school when his ten friends disappeared. As an adult the healthy Combes, who had been part of recent protests about 50,000 missing Canadian children, was told to go to the St. Paul’s Catholic hospital in Vancouver for tests. There he was put into a coma by injection, then was prematurely pulled off life support.

Erika, a former nurse at St. Paul’s, speaks of how she witnessed Combes final days. Erika was convinced that all of his symptoms indicate that he died of arsenic poisoning, not “tuberculosis” as the British Columbia Coroner claimed. Erika describes her impressions in this June 2018 interview with Kevin Annett: https://youtu.be/Dd5-oH9RELM

In 2013 six international judges of the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels went ahead with the court case against Queen Elizabeth even though witness Combes was dead. They had other witnesses to the abduction, plus Combes’s testimony on video. The international court convicted Queen Elizabeth of Crimes Against Humanity for the disappearance of the ten native children, all around the age of ten.

William Coombes was not alone sacrificing his own life in order to expose Queen Elizabeth’s, the Canadian Government and Vatican crimes against children. There were other Canadian native residential school survivors who died prior to their scheduled testimonies before the 2013 ICLCJ international trial:

Chief Louis Daniels of the Cree Tribe died of unexplained causes while in good health on Feb. 2006 in a Winnipeg hospital. Daniels had called for a boycott of what he called the Canadian government’s “White-washing Truth and Reconciliation Commission.” The commission was charged with investigating what is now believed to be 50,000 missing native children, some of whom were thought to be buried in 35 mass child grave sites on the grounds of mainly 80 Catholic native residential schools across Canada – which the Vatican, even though children’s mutililated bones (suggesting child sacrifice) have been found at one of the sites, has refused requests for excavation.

Harriet Nahanee of the Squamish Tribe died of pneumonia in Feb. 2007 while locked away in Surrey, B.C. jail. Nahanee was imprisoned for leading an occupation of Catholic churches over their murder of native residential school children.

Johnny Bingo Dawson of the Tsimshian Tribe led occupations of Vancouver Anglican and United churches. Dawson was beaten by police on Dec. 9 2009. He died the next day. An autopsy report claimed he died of “alcohol poisoning.” An attached toxocoloy report said no alcohol was in his system.

Ricky Lavallee of the Cree Tribe witnessed the police beating of Bingo Dawson. Lavallee was found dead of “a blow to the chest” the following Spring of 2010 after speaking publicly about Dawson’s beating.

Harry Wilson of the Nootka Tribe witnessed child murders at the Alberni B.C. native residential school. Wilson was the first survivor to speak out about residential school child murders. In May 2012 he was found dead on the streets of Vancouver after appearing on local radio program and revealing the names of those whom he believed to be murderers at the school.

Prior to the court hearings forensic remains, evidence and records of murdered children evidently were ordered destroyed by Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. Welby appeared to be prompted in part by Queen Elizabeth and Royal Family members’ alleged regular participation in Ninth Circle Satanic Cult murder rituals at the Mohawk Indian School in Brantford, Ontario.

Also filed in the court docket were affidavits of a former Mohawk school inmate and a police-accredited investigator. The two witnesses claimed they were present at a Mohawk School Ninth Circle Satanic Cult murder ritual where members raped and killed a young child. Both witnesses claimed having seen nine figures in red robes bound and gag a five or six year-old Mohawk girl laying on an altar. They were in a sub-basement catacomb under the west wing of the Mohawk Indian School. At least one of the red robed figures was said to be a member of the British Royal Family.

“According to the two witnesses all nine Ninth Circle Satanic Cult participants repeatedly raped, then murdered, disemboweled and dismembered the child, consumed her blood, burned the corpse and buried her remains directly west of the Mohawk School building” according to court testimony.

The Court found that according to Welby’s Jan. 2012 private communique to Anglican Primate Fred Hiltz filed in the international court, Welby’s order allegedly resulted from Queen Elizabeth’s direct involvement in the kidnapping and death of Canadian aboriginal children.

See www.murderbydecree.comwww.itccs.org and https://youtu.be/Dd5-oH9RELM

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