Dear Citizen Jurors, friends everywhere, and all people of conscience,
For your patience and steadfastness, first of all, I thank you.
As you know, on November 5 we posted at www.itccs.org the first evidence concerning crimes of Genocide in Canada by church and state. We hoped to have the additional evidence in that case up by now, but the enormous volume of testimonies and documents to sort through and process has been greater than we had imagined. But this next round of evidence from our Prosecutor's Office will be up online at www.itccs.org during December, hopefully by the middle of this month.
We have also prepared the attached youtube segment that we hope you'll share widely.
Otherwise, the news is all good.
Our work is being broadcasted on public television in the United States now, thanks to efforts of friends with Pubic Access TV in Oregon and Napa, California. Besides the wide internet postings, we estimate that several million people are now viewing our work on television, along with the original documentary film on Genocide in Canada,Unrepentant, viewable at www.hiddennolonger.com
Unrepentant has already been broadcast to millions of Europeans on German and Swiss television networks, along with a million or more hits on the internet.
In addition, for those of you who are regular listeners, our Hidden from History blog talk radio program has been re-scheduled to re-commence on Saturday, December 15 at 1 pm pacific time, 4 pm eastern, and 9 pm GMT in Europe. It can be heard on the internet at www.blogtalkradio.com/hiddenfromhistory .
I also draw your attention to the latest www.itccs.org posting, where we list candidates for public de-frocking among known criminal members of the catholic and protestant clergy.
The disgusting "public honouring" by the Canadian government of a known child raping catholic priest in Cornwall, Ontario this past week – a child predator named Bernard Cameron – is not only a new low for Canada but a reason to continue naming and shaming these child killers in public, loudly and constantly.
For the sake of the children, living and dead, and those who we'll save tomorrow by our work, let us continue.