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“Rampaging” RCMP ordered to stand down by International Court Order – Common Law Peace Officers to Replace Mounties as Kinder-Morgan environmental protest heats up

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Nov. 26, 2014

A Breaking News Release from the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS)

Wednesday, 27 November, 2014


A Public Order revoking the authority of Canada’s RCMP and replacing them with common law peace Officers was proclaimed today at the site of Canada’s most heated environmental protest in years.


The Order was issued by the Vancouver-based West Coast Common Law Court of Justice in the wake of illegal arrests and violent “gestapo tactics” by RCMP officers against peaceful protestors opposing the desecration of forests on Burnaby mountain by the Kinder-Morgan corporation.

The Order is addressed to RCMP officers and the Superintendent of the RCMP, and reads in part,

“Let it be known that as of today, the 27th Day of November, 2014, and under the authority of a Court decision of March 1, 2013 that convicted the Crown of England, the government of Canada and its officers of Crimes against Humanity, your authority and policing powers are hereby revoked and you are ordered to immediately stand down from further intervention in lawful protest actions against Kinder-Morgan corporation on Burnaby Mountain.


“Let it be further known that if you disregard this Order of Revocation you will be considered to be engaged in acts of unlawful violence and criminality against the People and their laws, and you will face immediate arrest and detainment by Common Law Peace Officers deputized by the Court.”


Copies of the Stand Down Order were given to RCMP officers yesterday and today and delivered to the RCMP Superintendent in Ottawa by Court appointed Peace Officers.


Further details of this action and other updates from the Court and Tribunal are contained in this recent interview with Field Secretary Kevin Annett:


Issued by ITCCS Central Office, Brussels

27 November, 2014