B.C. couple found guilty of terrorism could be freed — if it’s proven RCMP facilitated bombing plan

VANCOUVER — “The first thing I did is, when I converted,” accused terrorist John Nuttall told an undercover RCMP officer, “my first question was, OK, how do I do the five prayers, how do I worship Allah?”

The conversation, in early June 2013, was being secretly recorded. Nuttall didn’t know he and his wife, Amanda Korody, were targets of an elaborate — possibly illegal— sting operation conducted by police, with help from Crown prosecutors.


Corp policier (SPVM, SQ, GRC, agent de la STM, etc): 

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