Kevin Annett Released From Detention by Canadian Officials


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Update 1Posted by Kevin Annett4 hours ago   Share Breaking News Communique of The International Tribunal of Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS)
Saturday May 18, 2019 – 1400 hrs. GMT

Kevin Annett is released from Canadian administrative detention after diplomatic pressure is exerted

Ottawa, Brussels, New York City:

After being summarily arrested and detained yesterday upon entering Canada, ITCCS Field Secretary Kevin Annett was released early today from a special administrative prison after diplomatic pressure was exerted on the Canadian and British governments. Kevin is presently in an ITCCS safe house and is undergoing a debriefing with ITCCS officials and lawyers.

Initially detained by officials of the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) as he entered Quebec from the state of Vermont, Kevin was quickly turned over to three plain clothed men who refused to identify themselves. Kevin was driven for about two hours to a “fortress like” facility and held incommunicado in a cell. He was interrogated briefly by one of the men who had brought him there but Kevin refused to answer his questions until he identified himself. The man would not do so but he told Kevin that he was being held for “examination and assessment under the terms of administrative detention”. Kevin continued to refuse to cooperate and was left alone for the rest of the night.

After being notified of Kevin Annett’s incarceration yesterday, the ITCCS notified multiple agencies and governments. Early this morning, a diplomatic note of protest concerning Kevin’s illegal detention was issued by a European government and a human rights agency at the United Nations to the Privy Council Offices in Ottawa and London, England, to the Prime Minister’s Office in Ottawa, and to Ralph Goodale, the Canadian Minister of Public Safety. Kevin was released from custody shortly thereafter.

The ITCCS and Kevin Annett will soon be issuing a more complete statement on these events and their cause, and on the targeting of individuals under the so-called “Track B” system of special administrative law and secret government in Canada. 

Issued 18 May, 2019 
by The Directorate of the International Tribunal of Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS)

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