Guilty verdict stands in Toronto bomb-plot trial, judge rules
A youth found guilty of terrorism-related offences was not entrapped by a paid RCMP mole, and the verdict will stand, a judge in Brampton, Ont., ruled Tuesday.
The decision in the case of the first person to stand trial among the so-called Toronto 18 means a finding of guilt now becomes a conviction.
"My conclusion is that there has not been entrapment," Ontario Superior Court Justice John Sproat said in his 51-page decision. "There has not been an abuse of process."
The youth, who was 17 at the time of his offences and cannot be named, was found guilty in September of helping, and taking part in, a terror-related organization.
Sproat said at the time that evidence the terrorist group existed was "overwhelming."
I put this up for Penny, who is wrapped up in American Pie right now, but hopefully she can do something with it on her blog, a she has already compiled alot of info about this fake terror cell.
This is such a joke, it would be laughable if peoples lives were not concerned.
Crazy - carpets you say?