[s]so sometimes it really IS a false flag op...[/s] entrapment: BC terror plot engineered by RCMP

oh boy, what a mess this sh*t show is, RCMP - we expected so so very much better from you, what the f*ck.

no doubt the conspiracy nuts will have a field day pointing to this one as an example.

Nuttall and Korody free after B.C. judge overturns terror convictions

B.C. terrorism conviction stayed, Surrey couple freed after agreeing to peace bond terms

TLDR : The RCMP spent $900,000 to convince a poverty stricken, drug addicted, and possibly mentally incompetent couple to plant bombs.

That sort of sh*t happens here too, all the time, but the "perps" end up going to prison.

At least it's still a scandal up there. It sounds like actual justice might happen.

krev82 wrote:

TLDR : The RCMP spent $900,000 to convince a poverty stricken, drug addicted, and possibly mentally incompetent couple to plant bombs.

$900k was just the overtime. The cost of the entire operation, including opportunity costs and distraction of the police from real crime, is certainly in the tens of millions, and likely includes lives as well.

The headline is misleading... It was entrapment, something that does happen all the time (in the US). False flag operations are conducted by one organization but structured to create the belief that they were done by another.

The difference is that entrapments involves insiders (usually the police) and outsiders (the suspected criminals) in a scenario that is designed to fail (to maintain public safety). In false flag operations, you have a cell that will only involve outsiders as dupes, and the operations are designed to *succeed*.

See: Most FBI terrorist arrests since 9/11.