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SQYX - Preliminary ICC Complaint Submission - EIIR

Updated: Jul 10, 2022

DATE : 5 – 7 – 22 : YEAR

To The Office Of The ICC (International Criminal Court) Prosecutor

In The Matter Of

The Relationship Between Individual And The State Nation Within The Just Society

Specifically

Head Of State And Government

Presumption Of Immunity From Civil And Criminal Prosecution

In Conjunction With

The United Nations – The Rome Statute

And

The ICC Jurisdiction To Arrest And Prosecute

As Arising Through

The ICC 2019 Appeals Court Decision On These Immunity Issues

Therefore

FACTS TO BE CONSIDERED

1. Complainant : Ralph Charles Goodwin, SQYX, Turtle Island North, British Columbia, Canada

2. Respondent : Canada Head Of State – Elizabeth II, Queen Of Canada / Queen Of The Commonwealth; Known As Elizabeth II, Windsor; nee Saxe Coburg Und Gotha

3. Kwa’mutsun Nation Within Quw’utsun Salish Territories : Crimes Against Humanity And War Crimes Act (The Act, 5-25-22, Current)

4. Canada : Crimes Against Humanity And War Crimes Act (S.C. 2000, C. 24)

5. Rome Statute : Rome, Treaty, 17-7-98 / In Force 1-7-2002

6. ICC Jurisdiction To Receive Complaints And To Prosecute : Heads Of State Joint & Several

7. ICC Appeals Court Decision 2019 : United Nations Member States; ICC Jurisdiction Irrespective Of Rome Statute Adoption


WHEREAS : Noting That SCBC Case 67804 (LSBC versus GOODWIN) Transcripts Are Included

1. Elizabeth II, Canada Head Of State Caused Ralph Charles Goodwin, As Above, To Be Prosecuted Under British Columbia Law Regarding The Legal Professions Act By The Law Society Of BC (LSBC); And, Further, To Convict Goodwin Of Civil Contempt Of Court; Including Fine And Incarceration In Absence Of Valid Treaty

2. Goodwin, At Trial, Received Judge Confirmation That He Would Not Find A Not-Biased Lawyer To Represent Him Within The Commonwealth

3. Goodwin Is Adopted As Indigenous By HRH Dr Stitumaatulwut Hwuneem, LLB, Kwa’mutsun Nation

4. Goodwin Petitioned BCSC Justice To Dismiss The Complaint Due To Absence Of Nation-to-Nation Binding Treaty Establishing Crown Canada Jurisdiction – Petition Was Denied.

5. Crown Canada Acknowledges Since 2009 That Indigenous Land Title Disputes May Proceed Into International Courts And Tribunals In Absence Of Canada Courts Priority

ADDENDUM - JUL 8TH 2022 : ADDENDUM

Signed In Truth : Ralph Charles SQYX Goodwin : Complainant

ADDENDUM REFERENCES


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