Were B.C. couple found guilty of plotting terror set up?
By Canadian SecurityNews Public Sector
John Nuttall and Amanda Korody were found guilty last month on two terrorism-related counts, after their undercover police-assisted plot to explode homemade bombs at the B.C. legislative buildings in Victoria, on Canada Day 2013.
No convictions have been registered, because they are now claiming police entrapment, saying their crimes were “manufactured” by the state, that an abuse of process has occurred.
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