Saturday, June 6, 2015

Canadian Terror Patsies Complain of Horrific Conditions In Vancouver Jail

BUMP RCMP'S HEROIN ADDICT TERROR PATSIES STORY TO THE TOP, IN LIGHT OF THIS UPDATE


Amanda Korody and John Nuttall are seen in an artist’s court sketch during closing arguments last Friday. Their lawyers say they were subject to filthy conditions while awaiting a verdict in a Vancouver cell


Vancouver police refused to clean up their act even after reports of feces, vomit and blood smeared across jail-cell walls led a British Columbia judge to demand more hygienic lockup conditions for two prisoners, says a lawyer.
B.C. Supreme Court Justice Catherine Bruce ordered the Vancouver Police Department to provide more sanitary accommodations, along with proper food and bedding, for terror suspects John Nuttall and Amanda Korody. The pair began spending their nights in the Downtown Eastside facility when jurors started deliberations on Sunday.
“It was reported to me by my client that the conditions were horrendous and unhygienic: blood smeared on the walls, a toilet that was disgusting, a thin blanket for overnight, no food,” said Korody’s lawyer Mark Jette on Thursday.
“Leaving aside the fact that it’s disgusting, it’s not healthy,” he added. “Who knows what diseases those things may contain. You may end up infecting someone with HIV or tuberculosis...”






Canadian Terror Patsies John Nuttall and Amanda Korody
screenshot from an undercover cop video

Well, the "verdict" in the Canadian Terror Patsies trial came down in Victoria, British Columbia yesterday--but it was a bit of a false ending.  The Jury found the couple (John Nuttall and his common law wife Amanda Korody) guilty of "attempted murder" (planting canisters of fake fertilizer bombs) in the bushes on the grounds at the BC Legislature.  The judge said, however, that she was not going to submit the conviction for "registration" until July, when she brings down her decision on the pivotal issue of "entrapment" by police.

Jury Reaches Verdict

Yes, the formerly drug-addicted, economically and socially marginalized couple were found guilty...but wait...

...A B.C. Supreme Court jury has found John Nuttall and Amanda Korody guilty for plotting a 2013 Canada Day attack on the B.C. Legislature.
The couple are guilty of conspiring to commit murder and possessing explosives for the benefit or on behalf of a terrorist organization.
The conviction won't be entered until next week, [later date was revised to July, 2015] after the defence has a chance to argue that police entrapped the couple into the plot during a sting operation.
Lawyers for Korody and Nuttall say RCMP officers manipulated the pair and maintain that their plan to detonate the bombs at the legislature would not have materialized had they not been pushed by police.
The defence described the couple as former heroin addicts with money issues who were given a purpose when befriended by undercover RCMP officers, who gave them money, clothes and spiritual guidance.

Here's the report from the CBC yesterday:

'Manufactured crime,' say defence lawyers

.....The convictions won't be entered until after the defence has a chance to argue that police entrapped the couple into the plot during a sting operation. The jury's guilty verdicts can be stayed [set aside] if the judge finds entrapment or other abuses of process.
Nuttall's lawyer Marilyn Sandford said her client was "disappointed" with the verdict, "but he also appreciates some of the important issues are to be determined by the judge in the next phase and not the jury."
Arguments for entrapment will be heard by the judge in July.
Lawyers for Korody and Nuttall say RCMP officers manipulated the pair and maintain that their plan to detonate the bombs at the legislature would not have materialized had they not been pushed by police.
The defence lawyers zeroed in on instances where undercover officers encouraged Nuttall and Korody to follow a quicker timeline, or to opt for a more realistic plot. Recordings revealed the couple had previously proposed plans to hijack a nuclear submarine or take a commuter train hostage.
Sandford accused the key undercover officer involved in the RCMP sting of using the threat of disappointing Allah to frighten her client into hatching a viable plot for jihad.
"The RCMP manufactured this crime, and that is not permissible in our law," Sandford said after the verdicts were delivered. "We also have arguments that the police themselves committed crimes. They were involved in exactly the same activities as our clients were to a large extent, at least some of them."
The defence described the couple not as terrorists but former heroin addicts with money issues who were given a purpose when befriended by undercover RCMP officers, who gave them money, clothes and spiritual guidance..."

So, folks...what do we have here? It's like looking under a rock... we find some pretty disgusting goings on. I've been following this trial for some months now and had hoped to do a final post today...but it seems as if the justice system had to...come out with the "guilty" verdict screaming from the M$M headlines to satisfy the PTB. Meanwhile, the real verdict has been delayed till July...when it will probably be printed in small type on the back pages. Why couldn't the jury have ruled on the entrapment issue? Oh, I forgot...only police are allowed to investigate police.

What happened here is that the already big budgeted CSIS/RCMP guys...probably under foreign instructions...went about their project of entrapping and setting up some marginalized, addicted, mentally frail, impoverished individuals as patsies in a hoax (the police made sure the pressure cooker bombs could not explode)... in order to justify an even bigger budget for their politicized and profit-focused "security apparatus". They also needed to justify the Canadian Patriot Act-style security legislation C51. The police need to show that Canadians are sitting around dreaming up terror plots. Canadians having the time or energy to do this being in short supply (negligible) over 200 police were involved in months long endeavour to find, train, coach, supply, fund, monitor, videotape and set forth two worthy culprits. Meanwhile, we have a gang war going on in Surrey, BC with young men being killed every week...and the police can't seem to get a handle on it.

The trial of the two unfortunate dupes went on for four months...with reams of undercover videos presented as evidence--of the couple being coached, threatened and goaded by the police. As a former social worker, I became very familiar with the John Nuttall and Amanda Korody's of society. Even if they beat their active addictions...their brains are permanently fried by drugs like crystal meth and heroin (amongst others). They undoubtedly had deprived and/or abusive backgrounds that make them highly vulnerable to suggestion/threats. They were the perfect patsies. Some "friends" came along and offered them a way out of their miserable, hopeless lives.  The "friends" promised to give them new identities and fly them away to a place where they could be happy and safe forever. Who wouldn't take them up on such a scam?  

If only John and Amanda had had a different background and mindset...they could have gone to the police and had the police protect them from such a mendacious plot.  Stay tuned till the real verdict comes down in July.

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