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Trial for BC Terror Couple Wraps with More Questions About Their ‘Crazy Ideas’
In a courtroom exchange that would probably sound offensive to anyone with a visual impairment, a BC judge said even "a blind person" could have carried out the bomb plot given all the police supports.
Crown Launches Case to Prove Incompetent Terror Couple Actually Posed a Threat
If the latest round of undercover video evidence is any indication, it's not going to be easy to convince a judge these two people were dangerous.
Mountie Testified That He Was Concerned His Team Could Be Entrapping BC Terror Suspects
Sergeant Bill Kalkat says he had concerns that the undercover team under his supervision were disorganized and overstepping their bounds.
BC Terror Trial Reveals Gong Show RCMP Investigation
Accused terrorist John Nuttall was on welfare and methadone, staying in a police-financed hotel suite when undercover RCMP told him building a pressure cooker bomb was "feasible," "exciting" and "realistic."