In case you think the so-called ‘Islamists’ hate Jews only in Europe – I got a surprise for you.
On Friday, the British Columbia Supreme Court justice Catharine Bruce set BC couple John Nuttall, 41, and his common-law partner (not accepted in Islam) Amanda Korody, 33, who were accused for planting homemade bombs outside BC Legislative building ‘ahead’ of Canada Day celebrations by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in 2013.
Last year, the couple was found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment by a BC court. That verdict was thrown out of window on Friday after Justice Bruce accused the RCMP of ‘trapping’ the two newly converts to Islam into the so-called “Islamic terrorism”.
This was a clear case of police-manufactured crime, Justice Bruce wrote in her ruling. The world has enough terrorists. We do not need the police to create more out of marginalized people.
“This was not a situation in which the police were attempting to disrupt an ongoing criminal enterprise; rather, the offences committed by the defendants were brought about by the police and would not have occurred without their involvement. By any measure, this was a clear case of police-manufactured crime,” said Bruce.
In the scathing rebuke, the justice savaged the RCMP for violating the Criminal Code and conducting a sophisticated undercover operation that was an abuse of process and tarnished the administration of justice.
Bruce concluded the couple were manipulated into planting the devices intended to explode during 2013 Canada Day celebrations with the hope of slaughtering as many celebrants and first responders as possible.
She denounced the five-month sting – dubbed Operation Souvenir, involving more than 240 agency officers, who billed $900,000 in overtime alone.
The White drug addict couple was on anti-drug government assistance program for months. During the time, the couple came in contact with some Muslim volunteers and eventually converted to Islam. The couple has been ordered not to be seen near Jewish institutions and synagogues.
I wonder if the couple will be compensated for spending over 32-month in police custody by Justin Trudeau government.