The Vancouver Police Department is dismissing claims the cells that held convicted ‘would be’ terrorists John Nuttall and Amanda Korody were unsanitary.
This after laywers for both of the accused alleged vomit, feces and blood were smeared in the cells.
The investigation is ongoing — but Constable Brian Montague says in a statement after reviewing jail logs and video, the claims of unclean jail cells are completely unfounded.
This stems from allegations made in court – resulting in BC Supreme Court Justice Catherine Bruce ordering the Vancouver Police to provide more sanitary accommodation.
But Constable Montague says the VPD had no knowledge of these allegations. And as soon as they did, launched an investigation.
John Nuttall and Amanda Korody were found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder and possession of an explosive substance on behalf of a terrorist group.
The pair are now seeking an entrapment hearing saying the two were manipulated by RCMP – and that there is no way they could have hatched any kind of sophisticated plot on their own.