VANCOUVER — The attempt by undercover RCMP officers — encouraged and instructed from senior levels — to lure a pair of hapless Vancouver-area layabouts into a contrived plot to bomb the B.C. legislature buildings was a debacle. From start to finish.
That’s putting it mildly. B.C. Supreme Court Justice Catherine Bruce described it best.
She pulled no punches while reading her long-awaited decision Friday in a downtown Vancouver courtroom. After listening to arguments made over the past 12 months, Bruce had to determine whether the Mounties had entrapped John Nuttall and his common-law wife, Amanda Korody.
h/t JBR and all who sent this in.