This Sunday on Radio Free Kanata:

Digging up the Crime: The Witnesses Speak
 
Mohawk elder Bill Squire commences dig for missing children
Mohawk Anglican school, October 2011
This Sunday, May 3, Radio Free Kanata uncovers crimes by the church and crown of England in Brantford, Ontario – and how the guilty were brought to common law trial.
Generations of children were ritually raped, tortured and killed at the Anglican church’s Mohawk Indian school in Brantford, and thrown into mass graves nearby. But in 2011, those graves were opened for the first time, by Mohawk elders and people like Lori O’Rorke, who was part of an International Tribunal’s inquiry into crimes at the school.
Lori joins us on this Sunday’s show. And this month, other activists in Ontario are continuing the work to arrest the church officials responsible for these killings and their concealment: a campaign sponsored by the Republic of Kanata, its Sheriffs and its High Court of Justice.
Learn more about how our home grown war criminals are being exposed and stopped. Join us along with our regular hosts Kevin Annett and Ryan Gable, this Sunday at 3 pm pacific, 6 pm eastern, at www.bbsradio.com/radiofreekanata .
 
And see the ITCCS report on the Mohawk mass graves and excavation at:
 
Unearthed on the Mohawk school grounds, October 2011
” I am 95% sure that this is a human bone and I’d stake my reputation on it”. …”
- Greg Olson, Ontario Coroner’s Office, December 1, 2011