Thursday, July 3, 2014

Surrey Bomb Fraud goes to Trial



This is a picture of John Nuttall and his mother Maureen Smith. The Vancouver Province is reporting that "Nearly a year after two Surrey residents were arrested and accused of plotting to bomb the Victoria legislature on Canada Day, a pre-trial hearing for the pair opened in Vancouver."

"B.C. Supreme Court Justice Catherine Bruce, who is hearing the submissions, imposed an interim publication ban on reporting details of the arguments by defence and Crown." That is yet another criminal act. The purpose of a court publication ban is to prevent the jury from hearing evidence that was submitted to the court when they were not present. Not to censor the freedom of the press.

The Province reported that in the public gallery behind Nuttall was the accused’s mother, who traveled from Victoria to attend the hearing. “I love my son and I know that he’s innocent,” said the accused’s mother.

We all know that sometimes a mothers love can be blind. Sometimes the mother of a serial killer will say oh my son would never do that. However, in this case the evidence against her son is not only not believable but is actually fraudulent. The Vancouver Province quoted his mother as saying: "Smith said she was “really upset” with police conduct in the case and claimed that officers kept pushing her son to do something bad, but that he had refused to do so."

This is the root of the fraud. Intelligence agents manipulated a vulnerable drug addict and are trying to make it look like they saved the world from a terrorist when that is in reality very far from the truth. We know that the Canada Day bomb plot allegation is a malicious lie. He was originally arrested on March 2nd for knowingly facilitating a terrorist activity. That means their claim they save the world from a Canada Day plot was false.



The Vancouver Province is reporting that "Police allege that the accused took steps to build explosive devices and place them at the legislature, where crowds gathered on Canada Day." This allegation is a bold faced lie. They did not take steps to build explosive devices. Police agents gave them pressure cookers. When the police searched their home, they found food in the pressure cookers. They had no idea how to make bombs out of them. Period. Aside from there being no motive other than police agents trying to convince them to do something illegal, they did not take steps to build any explosives. That is false.

Clearly in this case, John Nuttall's mother has every right to stand by her son. We all should. We need to address the fact that police agents created the plot and provided materials they claim could be used to make explosives even though the suspects had no idea how to make them.

Air India was much worse. A CSIS handler helped plan the horrific event and actually did provide the explosives. CSIS still need to be charged in that case just like this one. When police agents give drug addicts weapons or explosives and pay them to say they will use them, they haven't saved the world from a terrorist, they just created one. This is a misappropriation of tax dollars.

Update: The Vancouver Province is also reporting that the B.C. Civil Liberties Association went to court Thursday, asking that B.C. Supreme Court Justice Catherine Bruce relax a sweeping publication ban imposed on pre-trial proceedings that began Monday.

The judge agreed to allow the media to report that accused John Stuart Nuttall and Amanda Korody, who are facing terrorism-related charges, are seeking a remedy for an alleged “abuse of process” on the part of authorities investigating the case. Details of the alleged abuses by authorities, however, remain covered by the ban.

They bloody well should seek remedy for the abuse of process. Unfortunately, they're in a criminal court not a civil court. The remedy they deserve would more likely be awarded by a civil court but it is certainly worth making the argument since their abuse of process is criminal.

Here's the problem. The BC Civil Liberties Union should not of had to spend money on an application to lift the ban when the ban itself is illegal and has no merit. Unless they are being tried by a jury there is no grounds for a publication ban. Obviously names of intelligence agencies' agents are withheld but that's it. Everything else falls under the Freedom of the Press.

Catherine Bruce ... I remember that name. She's the snowflake that threw out all the evidence after the RCMP acquired a search warrant, knocked on the front door to execute the warrant but didn't knock on the back door. From one extreme to the other. The good news is that she just might have the fortitude to break the cover up of police misconduct in this case. Only in this case it's not police misconduct it's CSIS misconduct just like Air India was.

Without naming police agents we need to name the intelligence agencies involved in this entrapment scandal. We know CSIS was the ones that "tipped off" the RCMP but the accused's lawyer said the disclosure stated US Intelligence agents were involved. We need to name the US agencies involved and clearly define their culpability in this criminal act.

5 comments:

  1. This is the kind of bumbling idiocy that so often passes for national security/intelligence police work in Canada. (The tradition goes back decades and was the impetus for the creation of CSIS) They can't seem to actually do much against real terrorists who treat Canada as a sanctuary, and apparently can't even pull off a decent agent provocateur operation (thankfully) without cocking it up.

    LMAO that a couple of crackhead junkie types were the best they could do for patsy's......Inspector Clouseau could do better.

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  2. It's a dangerous precedent. Bill Tieleman reported that: “James Cromitie, a low-level ex-drug dealer who converted to Islam. A well-paid FBI informant befriended the Walmart worker and promised him $250,000 and a new BMW car to fire Stinger surface-to-air missiles at U.S. military planes and plant bombs at Jewish targets in New York.” Giving drug dealers weapons and explosives then paying them to use them is an act of terrorism. Not something out tax dollars should be supporting.

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  3. They didn't use deactivated weapons in Air India. CSIS' handler helped plan the event and gave them real explosives that actually did blow up the plane and murder all those innocent people. Before we even mention another terrorist act we need to charge CSIS in that murder: http://gangstersout.blogspot.ca/2013/06/air-india-bombing-and-csis.html

    They gave them real explosives in the Toronto 18 as well: http://www.torontosun.com/2014/05/18/19-explosive-devices-found-in-montreal-home

    It doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out who the real terrorists are.

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  4. Agreed, this is exactly what I meant about these operations leaving it to the intelligence agency as to whether things go boom or not in their self-created scenarios. But you forgot to post what I wrote so it's hard for folks to see what you're replying to.

    To clarify, the most common outcome of these "controlled" situations is that the dupes will be given the chance to buy deactivated weapons/dummy devices, and when they accept, they are arrested. But most common does not mean always. I haven't read as much on Air India as you have so I'll take your word for it, and there are doubtless other incidents where the handler/intell agency deliberately allowed someone to come to harm to bolster their case, or just took the opportunity to be rid of them. The assassination of the Israeli PM seems to be one of those as well.

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  5. That's their claim but it is simply untrue. They never give them deactivated weapons. Air India and the Toronto 18 are proof of that fact. Just like how they claimed they were intending on tracking the guns in Operation Fast and Furious but made absolutely no attempt to do so. Their claim was a bold faced lie.

    Just like their claim they intended on tracking the cocaine they brought into Florida that judge Bonner complained about but made absolutely no attempt to do so. Their claim was a bold faced lie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lx1bL_Gp03g

    The "intelligence" agencies devote a great deal of time and effort in the bullsh*t propaganda it spams the media with. I didn't forget to approve that post you made I intentionally didn't because I don't have the time of day for the bullsh*t side. My blog is for the alternative viewpoint. People can get the bullsh*t propaganda from anywhere. As far as I'm concerned any rationalization of the intelligence agencies use of lies and murder is treason.

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