Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Former drug addict gets 18 months for robbery with a rock

Here are two Times Colonist stories from 2003 and 1996 about one of the suspects in the attempted bombing in Victoria on Canada Day. 

Former drug addict gets 18 months for robbery with a rock: 

McCulloch, SandraTimes - Colonist [Victoria, B.C] 05 Mar 2003: B2.


paul said...

It's a little hard to reconcile the "significantly less intelligent," messed-up ex-addict with the al-Qaeda inspired bomber the RCMP described.
Though obviously, good work in stopping a potential threat.

Lilwater said...

I agree with Paul. Especially since one of the article says, "Nuttall was under the influence of cocaine at the time of this recent robbery and has little memory of it, said Morino." So given that how did he keep it together and stay focused on his target to bomb the legislature for five months. I'm inclined to think CSIS wants more power and money, and they have framed this poor hapless drug addict, and you and I should be shivering in our boots and begging CSIS to man up and protect us.

Jay Currie said...

I think this is important Tom.

Not quite adding up. Great digging.

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