Canadian Inquiry reveals possible west coast wing of Ninth Circle sacrificial cult – “Twelve Mile Club” involves top judges, clergy and politicians

An ITCCS Breaking News Update: November 8, 2014

Vancouver:

A former employee of the Holy Rosary Catholic Cathedral has revealed details of a west coast sacrificial cult involving the ritual rape and murder of children.

The cult, known as the Twelve Mile Club, operates from private yachts owned by Catholic businessmen and moored in West Vancouver. The abducted and tortured children are taken outside Canada’s twelve mile territorial limit and their bodies are disposed of in the ocean.

The witness shared his evidence this week with a special ITCCS Inquiry formed in the wake of the exposure of Canadian government cabinet minister Denis Lebel’s participation in a Ninth Circle ritual killing of a young boy in Rome on February 22, 2014. (see www.itccs.org, November 4, 2014)

The witness attended meetings during 2007 and 2008 where former Archbishop Raymond Roussin and senior parish priest Glen Dion planned with church lawyers the coverup of their own involvement in the Twelve Mile Club.

According to the witness, the Archbishop and Glen Dion named judges and other clergy as being members of the Club, including former Chief Justice of the BC Provincial Court Hugh Stansfield, Justice William Esson and Terrance Warren of the British Columbia Supreme Court, United Church clergyman and present Moderator of that church, Gary Paterson, and national United Church officials Brian Thorpe and Jon Jessiman.

Chief Justice Hugh Stansfield died suddenly in May, 2009 after being named as a suspected child rapist. (http://www.waterwarcrimes.com/6-chief-judge-hugh-stansfield—provincial-court-of-british-columbia—suspected-pedofile—suspected-murder-victim.html)

Archbishop Roussin resigned his position suddenly in January, 2009 due to a “nervous breakdown”, according to the Vancouver Archdiocese.

Referring to the Archbishop, the witness stated,

“At the last meeting I attended before he retired, that was in the spring of 2008, his Excellency was very worried about the protests at the Cathedral by the Indians and Kevin Annett’s group. He was afraid that all the reporters covering these protests would discover the Twelve Mile Club and all the children who had gone missing. It all became too much for him.”

Common law citizen arrest warrants were issued last year against three other alleged Twelve Mile Club members – United Church Moderator Gary Paterson and church officials Brian Thorpe and Jon Jessiman – for their role in concealing the trafficking and killing of children in their church’s Indian residential schools. (http://itccs.org/2013/02/25/guilty-final-verdict-is-rendered-in-first-common-law-court-case-against-the-vatican-and-canada-for-genocide/)

Asked about his knowledge of any connection between the Twelve Mile Club and the Ninth Circle cult, the witness stated to ITCCS officers,

“Being a francophone too, Archbishop Roussin was close friends with (Ninth Circle member) Archbishop Gerald Lacroix. They wrote a book together, they paired up during voting at the CCCB (Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops). You don’t get to become an Archbishop unless you know how to keep each other’s secrets. How much more of a connection do they need?”

The statements of other witnesses to the Twelve Mile Club and the abduction of children on Canada’s west coast will be forthcoming.

Issued by ITCCS Central
8 November, 2014