Kevin Annett



We the Jury provides an online global forum to address crimes against humanity by church and state, and to charge those responsible before the conscience of the world. It is affiliated with The International Common Law Court of Justice.


  • This Week on We the Jury with Kevin Annett

    28/09/2013 Duration: 02h55s

    This week on We the Jury: Saturday, September 28 from 1-3 pm PST, 4-6 pm EST/9-11 pm GMTDue to guest scheduling no outside calls will be accepted.Reclaiming our World with a New Law: Reports from the Front LinesTopics this month: The recent spiritual convergence in Rome and the disestablishment of the Vatican, legally and spiritually - Recent church protests in Coventry - How Canadians are stopping child trafficking by fraudulent family courts, and the movement to reclaim all of Canada - and the rise of the Common Law movement internationally.Host Kevin Annett is joined by fellow ITCCS organizers Rev. Joshua Lemmens, Steve and Amy Smart, and leaders of the recent Coventry, England church reclamations. Also joined by regular panelists Bill Annett,Producers Marcie Lane and Claudia and  

  • Next on We The Jury with Kevin Annett

    10/08/2013 Duration: 01h59min

    We are back from a summer break and will open the show with a discussion of the August 4th Proclamation with updates from around the world. No outside calls from listeners will be accepted as we have a timeline for scheduled guests. However feel free to open the chat option and post your comments and questions. We will do our best to answer them for you.  Our first guests will be Steve and Amy Smart from Ontario ITCCS leading the fight to save children from government child trafficing. Our next guests Melanie Spencer ITCCS Holland and her brother Thomas, the ITCCS field advocate in South Africa will discuss the new common law court actions there. Panel: Host Kevin Annett,Co host Bill Annett,Producers Marcie Lane and Claudia

  • This month on We the Jury - June 15, 2013

    15/06/2013 Duration: 01h31min

     Placing heads of Church and State on Trial: Lessons from Europe and the Americas Due to conflicting schedules and communication difficulties, we are unable to have our Guatemalan guests on the show. However we will be discussing the trial of Guatemalan Dictator Rios Montt among other updates.   Dutch survivor of child trafficking, Toos Nijenhuis, will also be with us to describe how her network is naming and indicting powerful criminals, in alliance with the ITCCS.   Indigenous west coast elders Steemas and Watsek, who survived Canada's residential schools genocide, will describe how they are working with ITCCS to uncover the graves of their relatives, and enforce the arrest warrants against church and state officials in Canada. Join us this Saturday, June 15 at 4 pm EST at Panel: Host Kevin Annett, co host Bill Annett, producers Marcie Lane and Claudia Julien  

  • We The Jury: front-line guests from Holland and America

    04/05/2013 Duration: 01h49min

    Our upcoming We the Jury blog radio program carries on the Common Law battle with front-line guests from Holland and America. Our guests include a member of the Citizens Court, an American Author and former lawyer who specializes in the subject of domestic violence and sexual abuse of children in the court system in the USA and our 3rd guest is an activist who helped change an important law in a U.S. State regarding the statute of limitations for reporting child rape cases. Tune in for all the details. Catholic clergy are committing indictable treason by subverting child-protection laws in their own countries because of instructions from Rome. And family courts in Europe and the Americas are systematically trafficking children into the homes of known child rapists - an act of genocide under international law. Panel: Host Kevin Annett, co host Bill Annett, producers Marcie Lane and Claudia  

  • This month on We The Jury with Kevin Annett

    06/04/2013 Duration: 02h02min

    Our first guest is Stee-mas, a Cree Nation elder and ITCCS activist in Vancouver, Canada who is leading church occupations and is issuing a lien and banning proclamation against Catholic and Protestant churches. Stee-mas is a survivor of Catholic internment camps("residential schools") in Canada.Our second guest is John Carten, a lawyer from British Columbia who in the course of his work, encountered extreme judicial and legal corruption as judges and government lawyers repeatedly broke the law in order to protect the insiders.  He also believes that several key witnesses, including a number of judges, have been murdered to prevent them from disclosing the truth.   Hosts: Kevin Annett and Bill Annett, Producers: Marcie Lane and Claudia Julien