B-C’s terror trial continues, as defence lawyers open their case today for entrapment.
John Nuttall and Amanda Korody were convicted by a jury last month of plotting to blow up the BC Legislature on Canada Day 2013.
But they and their lawyers are back in court today, arguing that police exploited the couples’ addiction, poverty, social isolation, and other factors, and induced them to commit those crimes.
Court is now hearing from the primary investigator in the case.
If the entrapment argument is successful, the charges could be stayed.