Two participants at Canada's expensive "Truth and Reconciliation Commission" (TRC) forums went public today to expose the corrupt proceedings.
Shawna Green, a second-generation survivor of Indian residential schools, and Sylvester Greene, a former inmate at the United Church "school" in Edmonton, describe on the enclosed interviews a regime of silencing and intimidation at the TRC.
According to these witnesses, spokespeople for the churches responsible for the crimes in these schools were given precedent over survivors themselves at the TRC events, and survivors were prevented from speaking or were heavily censored and controlled by TRC staff.
The accounts of Shawna and Sylvester have been entered into the evidence of the International Common Law Court of Justice, which was convened in October to judge evidence of crimes against humanity by church and state.
During the Court's third round of cases, to be conducted in the spring of 2013, the issue of a criminal conspiracy by the government and churches of Canada to conceal their crimes in Indian residential schools will be in the docket, including a critical examination of the TRC and its sponsoring agencies.