Probe of Queen Elizabeth Child Abduction to Catholic “Killing Ground Hospital”

As of February, a Citizens Grand Jury investigation has expanded from the kidnapping of ten children by Queen Elizabeth into a probe of a suspected medical killing ground for aboriginals – St. Paul’s Catholic Hospital in Vancouver Canada. The Grand Jury inquiry involved thousands of missing native men, women and children on Canada’s west coast.

The probe actually began back on Oct. 10, 1964, with the disappearance of ten Canadian native children in Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip’s care and a witness to the abduction who mysteriously died in 2011 just before his testimony before a London Tribunal investigating the kidnappings. Queen Guilty In Missing Children Case, Whistleblowers Incarcerated, Again

Queen Elizabeth’s ten children were residents of the Catholic Kamloops Indian residential school in British Columbia. On Oct. 10, 1964, their disappearance was witnessed by several children, including ten-year-old William Combes.

In Feb. 2011, 47 years later, Combes mysteriously passed away after speaking out about the Queen and the disappearance of his fellow classmates. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police had forcibly admitted Combes to St. Paul’s Catholic hospital in Vancouver for unneeded tests. There he was put into a coma by injection, and then prematurely pulled off life support.

The recent inquiry into missing Canadian natives was a result of the International Tribunal for the Disappeared of Canadians (ITDC), an international coalition of jurists and human rights groups formed in September 2018 to investigate disappearances of aboriginal people in Canada and prosecute those responsible. The ITDC was said to arise “because of continued efforts by the Canadian government to subvert justice by concealing and falsifying the truth of the genocide of native people in Canada.”

For years the Canadian government has refused to do a comprehensive investigation into the matter of over 350,800 missing native children – and the more recent native children who continued to go missing. It included 32 known child mass gravesites on the grounds of 80 mainly Catholic native children residential schools across Canada – that have continuously been refused excavation by the Vatican and Canadian government even though evidence of children’s mutilated bones have been documented. Catholic Mass Grave Sites Of 350,800 Missing Children Found in Ireland, Spain, Canada

The witness to the Queen’s kidnapping, William Combes, had a nurse who was fired when she protested his treatment and the reason given for his death. His coroners’ report was finally under criminal investigation by the Citizen’s Grand Jury.

This was not the only witness death linked directly to Queen Elizabeth, the Catholic Church, and the Canadian Government. Five other victims have been documented in this article: Queen Elizabeth, Vatican, Canadian Government Murdering Witnesses to Child Murders

A former nurse at St. Paul’s Hospital where the healthy Combes died claimed that he was killed by arsenic poisoning, not from “disseminated tuberculosis” as the British Columbia Provincial Coroner’s Office claimed. The nurse was the attending staffer responsible for Combes after shortly before his sudden death on February 26, 2011. The nurse using the pseudonym Erika Kelly, described her impressions in this June 2018 interview with Kevin Annett:

Combes had been part of protests about 50,000 missing Canadian native children and died just prior to his testimony about the disappearance of his ten Kamloops Indian residential school friends. Their native parents haven’t seen the children since.

Despite years of protests by native Canadian tribes, a supposed official “inquiry” and formal apology from the Canadian government, no serious investigations were ever done.

“He was most likely poisoned. It was not a natural death” the nurse said during Feb. interview with an investigator for the West Coast Citizens’ Grand Jury. “I deal with TB cases all the time, and he had none of its symptoms, no coughing, no fever and no sputum, and he was not under any quarantine provisions.”

“A lot of things didn’t make sense. His discolored urine, severe abdominal pain and skin pallor indicated a severe toxic infection but he wasn’t on an IV and wasn’t getting any antibiotics. He had a lumbar puncture on his spine but there was no order for an LP nor did any appear on his chart. There wasn’t even a patient transfer form for him or any of the normal paperwork, and later I learned they’d even used a false name for him. When I mentioned all this to the CNL (head nurse) she ignored me and did nothing about it.”

Soon after the nurse expressed a concern to the CNL she was summoned to an unusual meeting with people not from St. Paul’s hospital, supposedly to plan William’s care. Two men whom she’d never seen before were present, and began grilling her about William.

“They were both really official looking. I didn’t like them, they actually scared me. They were very aggressive and asked me very pointed questions that didn’t fit with a care planning session, like what he’d been saying and what his mental status was. I objected to them about the way William was being treated and they abruptly dismissed me and later that day I was taken off his case by the CNL. The next day William was dead. All his symptoms indicated that he had arsenic poisoning, especially in combination with the abdominal pains, the dark lines on his fingernails and the papules on his skin. So the Coroners’ report doesn’t make any sense. I absolutely disagree with it. There’s just no way it can be true.”

In 2013 six international judges of the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels tried a court case against Queen Elizabeth. Even though Witness Combes was dead they had other witnesses to the abduction, plus Combes’s testimony on video. The international court convicted Queen Elizabeth of Crimes Against Humanity for the disappearance of the ten native children, all around the age of ten, on Oct. 10, 1964.

Notice the use of the number 10 in that Oct. 10, 1964, date – a common practice of Satanic worship. Witnesses testifying before the ICLJ Court in Brussels accused the Queen and other Royals of participation in Satanic Child Sacrifice rites at secured locations around the globe including a military base in Australia. Vatican, European Royals Said To Schedule Child Sacrifices In London, Scotland, Montreal

The Citizens’ Grand Jury was convened last September by international jurists to investigate the ongoing disappearance of aboriginal families on Canada’s west coast. Its mandate included the power to convene a Common Law Court trial that would issue subpoenas and summonses to top officials of Canadian Church, State, and Corporations.

The Citizen’s Grand Jury report on this and multi other cases surrounding multiple deaths and disappearances of native Canadians would be issued in the spring of 2019.


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