Thursday, June 18, 2015

RCMP Terror Patsies Update

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Looks like the "real" trial of Canada's very own terror patsies (John Nuttall and Amanda Korody) will be delayed past the previously set July date because CSIS has not yet provided the information requested by the Defense.

Although John Nuttall and Amanda Korody have been found guilty on two terrorism charges, they have yet to be formally convicted of plotting to murder and maim by planting explosive devices at the Legislature for 2013 Canada Day celebrations.
The second phase of their B.C. Supreme Court trial — at which the judge considers whether the RCMP acted improperly and entrapped the pair — was scheduled to begin in July.
However, defence lawyers have applied for the disclosure of information in possession of the national security agency and claim material provided by CSIS to the RCMP was not disclosed as legally required.

The force said in a press release at the time of the arrests that the investigation, dubbed Project Souvenir, was “initiated with information from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service.

This information relates to why CSIS identified the two mentally vulnerable, down and out, former drug addicts as appropriate subjects for a "Mr Big" undercover surveillance operation.

CSIS, no doubt, will respond in due course....with its own battery of Canadian tax-payer funded lawyers to obfuscate on the matter.

As I have said on this blog and on other forums (the CBC) many times....In my opinion, CSIS is, in actuality, a foreign mole that has burrowed itself deep within the governmental, legal, law enforcement and military institutions of Canada.  Its true purpose is to rid the geographic space of Canada of any sovereign (Canadian) government whatsoever.

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