TODAY, May 26 on Here We Stand: “How we use the common law to depose Tyrants

How we use the common law to depose tyrants: Lessons from our Victories
A special interview with Kevin Annett and Dr. Katherine Horton
Sunday, May 26 at 3 pm pacific, 6 pm eastern, 10 pm GMT
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Kevin and Katherine discuss the power of common law courts and their verdicts and how they have deposed popes and overturned tyranny. Katherine is a survivor of and specialist in targeted energy weaponry. Kevin is a leader of the global common law Republic movement.
This and all our Here We Stand episodes are permanently archived at ,

Listen to Kevin and the Voice of the Republic live every Sunday at 6 pm eastern at . The website of the Republic is . See the evidence of genocide in Canada and globally at and and .
Some of Kevin’s books can be ordered here:

Murder by Decree – The Crime of Genocide in Canada:

Unrelenting: Between Sodom and Zion:
Establishing the Reign of Natural Liberty: A Common Law Training Manual

At the Mouth of a Cannon: Conquest and Cupidity on Canada’s West Coast ,


Truth Teller’s Shield: A Manual for Whistle Blowers & Hell Raisers:

Establishing Liberty: The Case for the Republic of Kanata

Here We Stand: The Call of the New Protestant Reformation


Fallen – The Story of the Vancouver Four:

The Sacrifice – Of Family and Empire:
1497 and so on: A History of White People in Canada or, The Caucasian Healing Fund :
The Border: A Post-Canadian Anthology
Kevin’s award winning documentary film Unrepentant can be viewed at . See also an insightful personal interview “Who is Kevin Annett?” (2013) at: and also: and




The International Tribunal of Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) and its adjunct International Common Law Court of Justice (ICLCJ) are common law courts of record established on June 15, 2010 under the Law of Nations.
Their documents, warrants, and evidence can be found in part at under ITCCS Updates, ITCCS Archives, and Video Evidence.
Listen to their public voice live every Sunday at 6 pm eastern at .
The Courts can also be contacted at .

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