Wednesday, January 6, 2016

John Nuttall's entrapment case back in court



The entrapment of John Nuttal and Amanda Korody is back in court this week. Monday was in camera but Tuesday and Wednesday were open to the public. I understand the Vancouver Sun has an application before the courts regarding the publication ban. Before the break the judge said that there was evidence that the RCMP acted illegally in this entrapment case. The judge also ordered that the legal opinion the RCMP were given would be made public.

No doubt the RCMP and CSIS, the high priests of organized crime, are doing everything they can to prevent the public from seeing that document. If the RCMP's lawyer told them that they were guilty of entrapment and the RCMP proceeded unilaterally anyways, that is highly relevant to the case. The public needs to know if that is what happened. The public need to know how their tax dollars are being spent. As I said before, there has never been a more clear case of entrapment in the history of the earth. This couple did not have the means or motive to commit this crime without the RCMP's help and pressure. They didn't even have bus fare to get to Victoria.

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  1. having watched this on t.v. I would conclude this couple would not have been able to carry out this plot without assistance from the RCMP/CISIS. it is hoped the police are found to have entrapped them and they are released with mental health support. Those involved in the "plot" from the government side ought to be fired.

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    1. Exactly. Right from the beginning one of the under cover RCMP officers said "We have to call this off. These two couldn't plan a bag lunch." They were under pressure from Canadian and American intelligence to proceed.

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  2. It's easier to manufacture faux terrorists than to catch real ones.....although there are plenty of genuine ISIL fans among the non-assimilating groups we have allowed to immigrate, any competent police agency should be able to catch a few of those one would think....

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    1. One would think. Instead they are spending billions of tax dollars trying to bribe drug addicts into becoming terrorists. However, I don't buy that immigrant BS. Not when CSIS were funding ISIS themselves. We need to wake up and smell the coffee.

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