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They cover such items as emergency situations, profound sharings, and activities that are related to this site's true purpose: human beings' true identity

  • December 2009: The activities on this site have stopped since Ghis was released from prison. However, Ghis’ promise to offer, free of charge, a copy of her book Madame Ghis – Escape in Prison to all the prisoners and staff of Maison Tanguay that were present during her detention, from April to May 2008, still remains. Do not hesitate to take advantage of her offer by contacting her on the following link
  • March-April 2009: A new magazine, The Dot Connector (http://www.thedotconnector.org) just published, in its latest edition, four pages on the book Madame Ghis – Escape in Prison. Click here to open the PDF.
  • March 21st, 2009:
  • February 4th, 2009: Lindsay update
  • January 21st, 2009: Yesterday morning, January 20th, 2009, the trial fot the legal entity LANCTOT GHISLAINE was held at the Granby Court of Justice in Quebec. Judge Michel Beauchemin concluded with the following judgment : a penalty of 1000$, payable within two years. Here is a link to a French article in the Granby newspaper, La Voix de l'Est:
    Une ex-médecin mise à l'amende
  • January 19, 2009: Read the last ''Legal Note'' by Jean Dury on the economic crisis
  • January 15, 2009 : Press release announcing :
  • December 5, 2008: Dave Lindsay returns black and white striped shirt and is out of jail!
  • November 26, 2008: Update on Dave Lindsay
  • November 20, 2008: Update on David Lindsey
  • November 11, 2008: David Lindsey's lettre from jail
  • October 31, 2008: Lindsay, habeas corpus
  • August 12, 2008: Judgment rendered in the David Lindsay court case
    David Lindsay was found guilty according to the judgment rendered on June 25th 2008. The judgment can be found at http://www.provincialcourt.bc.ca/judgments/pc/2008/02/p08_0203.htm . The judge's verdict was "The accused must be convicted. I find him guilty of all counts in Information 59021-1." It seems that David Lindsay made an appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada. See the following page: http://csc.lexum.umontreal.ca/fr/bulletin/2008/08-07-11.bul/08-07-11.bul.html .
  • June 23rd, 2008: The Next Trial Will Take Place on January 20th, 2009.
    On June 23rd, 2008, a pro forma trial was held for LANCTOT, GHISLAINE, at the Court of Justice in Granby, Quebec. It was decided that the official date for the next trial will be January 20th, 2009.
    Ghis offers a definition of the sovereign being and includes a text on REAL SOVEREIGNTY. See Ghis’ Sharing
    ...
    The judgment for Dave Lindsay’s lawsuit against Revenue Canada Agency in Kelowna, B.C., will be rendered Thursday, June 26th, 2008.
  • On May 28th, Ghis, the sovereign woman, was released unconditionally from prison, after a short appearance at the Granby court. The lawsuit related to LANCTÔT, GHISLAINE was postponed. A pro forma has been scheduled for June 23rd, 2008. Until then, an official court decision will be rendered for another lawsuit that took place in British Columbia on March 27-28th, 2008. On that occasion, two full days were taken to study a similar problem of mistaken identity.
    Ghis’ appearance at the Granby court ended with a poignant testimony concerning the prison system. Listen to a short extract (in French):

    and find the English translation underneath:

    SHORT EXTRACT FROM GHIS’ SPEECH IN COURT (MAY 28TH, 2008)
    “ …but where I saw horrors. My heart is in shreds. I cannot understand that human beings, in 2008, treat other human beings in this way. I saw people there… I saw nobody who deserves to be in prison there. And I saw good, kind, distraught beings, without any living resources. For the greater part, they used to be children who were beaten and placed in foster homes, who roamed the streets, who are on drugs because they do not know what else to do. And who keep coming back to prison. And the more time they spend there, the more they harden, the angrier they become and the more they roam the streets, and it gets worse and worse. I cannot... I am deeply upset. And I have no words to describe the horror, and the living conditions… the horror of our prison system. This situation can only bring more revolt inside these people. It creates the exact opposite of what they really need. I cannot understand why such nonsense is really happening and I do not address you as human being, sir, but I am talking to the system that you represent. And I said the same thing before about the medical system when I was a doctor. The medical system is also absurd. We live in an absurdity. I do not know where this is leading us. I am questioning myself. (The judge tries to say some words while Ghis continues) …and I would like to finish by saying that this nonsense is pushed to such a point that we bring normal people, those who ask questions. We put them in chains and we find that normal. It is fascinating!”
  • Wednesday, May 28th, 2008:
    The big day is upon us!
    This coming Wednesday, May 28, 2008, LANCTÔT, GHISLAINE's trial will be held at the courthouse in Granby, Quebec. This is a public event. The exact time is still unknown. If you wish to attend, arrive for 9h30 AM.

    Édifice Roger-Paré 77, rue Principale, Granby (Québec) J2G 9B3.
    Phone : 450 776-7110
  • Wednesday, May 21st, 2008:
    Two Prisoners Escape From the Maison Tanguay Prison
    Canadian Press
    Montreal

    Tuesday night, two prisoners escaped from Maison Tanguay, a prison for women situated in the west end of Montreal. It seems that the two women ran away around 21h30, while they stood outside in the courtyard. As of Wednesday morning, police agent Joyce Kemp from the Sûreté du Québec (Quebec’s police force) was unable to explain the details related to the double escape or the circumstances that brought the two women – aged 30 and 31 – in prison.
  • Ghis is presently being detained in Room C-1 North of the Tanguay Prison in Montreal. Her health is fine, she is in great spirit and is holding on to her sovereign attitude.
    She is totally at peace with her experience. She feels a deep gratitude for all the encouragements that a lot of you have sent, and which were transmitted to her.
    P.S. She adds : « I’m not scared of mice either ! » (See the following French newspaper article published today, which talks about the presence of mice in the Tanguay Prison. Also hear Ghis' laugh!)
  • Read at all cost : Jean Dury’s Legal Note, which he wrote after meeting Ghis yesterday, at the Tanguay Prison !
    Jean shares his feelings and gives a « techicolour » version concerning the agenda of our world leaders.
    Using an immensely appropriate citation, he links Ghis’ present experience to Aurobindo’s own life in prison, exactly 100 years ago.

    Read it on : http://www.jemesouviensdequijesuis.com/english/notes.htm#april9
  • Ghis Imprisoned for Refusing to Endorse the Fictitious Corporation LANCTOT, GHISLAINE!
    Yesterday, April 7th, 2008, Ghis was brought back from the psychiatric ward to face Judge Pierre Bachant from the criminal division of the Quebec court of justice in Granby. For a second time, her hands and feet were handcuffed. It is important to note that she was refused any access to the documents she had planned to use in her own defence.
    Judge Bachant first informed her that, since her last appearance in court, on April 3rd, when a psychiatric evaluation was ordered, she was declared apt to appear in court by a psychiatrist from the Hotel-Dieu Hospital in Sherbrooke.
    Judge Bachant then read the indictment. Ghis asked him who this was referring to: the corporation LANCTOT, GHISLAINE, or the woman with a body, a soul and a spirit that she is. She is still waiting for an answer to this question, as no judge has yet offered any. As Ghis objected to the registration of any plea, the judge ordered the clerk of the court to register a plea for non-guilt.
    With the agreement of the prosecutor, Me Champoux, Judge Bachant scheduled the date of the trial for May 28th, 2008.
    Finally, Judge Banchant ordered the accused to be released provided that she signs an agreement to reside at her place, to advise the court of any change of address, to keep the peace and to appear on May 28th for the scheduled trial. Since Ghis refused to sign any agreement related to the LANCTOT, GHISLAINE corporation – a governmental creation to which she no longer identifies herself – the judge informed her that she would then be detained in prison until the date of the trial.
    Ghis, the sovereign woman, was then brought to the Tanguay Prison in Montreal.
  • Ghis back in court: This Monday, April 7th, at 2pm, Ghis will be brought back from the psychiatric ward at Sherbrooke's Hotel-Dieu Hospital so that she can meet with a judge from the Quebec Court of Justice in Granby. Note that this is a public meeting.
    Address :
    Palais de justice de Granby
    Édifice Roger-Paré
    77, rue Principale
    Granby (Québec) J2G 9B3
  • April 4th, 2008: NEWS ABOUT GHIS. Yesterday, April 3rd, a psychiatric evaluation was ordered by a judge at the Granby Court in Quebec. Ghis is presently held at the Intensive Care Unit for Legal Psychiatry in Sherbrooke’s Hotel-Dieu Hospital. Her next court hearing is scheduled for Monday, April 7th, at 2pm, at the Granby Court.
  • April 3rd, 2008: WARRANT FOR ARREST EXECUTED. Ghis, previously known under the name of Ghislaine Lanctôt, was arrested at 1:30pm, on April 3rd, 2008 by two members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Her arrest followed a warrant for arrest ordered on March 3rd, 2008 against LANCTÔT, GHISLAINE, a corporation created by the government and owned by it, for omission to present “herself” at the Granby Quebec Court. Read the complete press release.
  • David Lindsay's case, a man from Kelowna, BC, is scheduled for March 28th,
    2008, (PDF file).
    If you can't read this file, click on the link below to download the most recent version of Acrobat Reader:
  • On March 3rd, 2008, a warrant for arrest was issued because for failure to appear in court, despite a mistaken identity.


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