Four months after B-C’s terror trial first began, closing arguments are underway for the couple accused of trying to blow up the B-C Legislature two years ago on Canada Day.
Marilyn Sandford is telling the jury her client, John Nuttall, was manipulated by the undercover officers.
The cops were part of a sting operation, much of its caught on video and shown in court.
She says Nuttall had elaborate fantasies, but the officers were the ones who pushed him to make concrete plans.
Final submissions from co-accused Amanda Korody and the Crown are still expected.
Both face three terror-related charges, including conspiracy to commit murder.
The judge has already directed the jury to enter a not-guilty plea on the charge of facilitating a terrorist act.