Secret CSIS files assess paid RCMP spy in Ottawa terror case as ‘parasitic’ and ‘psychopathic’

If the big RCMP case against accused terrorism financier and star recruiter Awso Peshdary ever gets to trial, the credibility of the Mounties’ star witness — a paid agent — will be severely tested.

And it should come as no surprise to the RCMP. That’s because the Canadian Security Intelligence Service assessed Abdullah Milton, the prized agent, two years before he was paid at least $700,000 to infiltrate an Ottawa terrorism network linked to Peshdary.

The assessment concluded Milton was parasitic and psychopathic.