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Calgary Sun
RCMP's portrayal of Islam in terror sting 'eyebrow-raising': ExpertVANCOUVER -- Police officers posing as spiritual guides in an undercover terror
RCMP's portrayal of Islam in terror sting 'eyebrow-raising': Expert
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 days ago
VANCOUVER -- Police officers posing as spiritual guides in an undercover terrorism sting offered "dubious" and "eyebrow-raising" interpretations of Islam to a British Columbia man with extremist Muslim views, says an Islamic expert. Omid Safi, head... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
RCMP’s portrayal of Islam in B.C. terror sting dubious, expert saysAn Islamic expert says police involved in an undercover terrorism sting were wr
RCMP’s portrayal of Islam in B.C. terror sting dubious, expert says
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 days ago
An Islamic expert says police involved in an undercover terrorism sting were wrong in preventing a British Columbia man with radical Muslim views from reaching out to mainstream, moderate religious leaders. Duke University Islamic scholar Omid Safi... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
B.C. judge rules against secret hearings for CSIS in terror probeCanada’s spy agency has lost a bid to hold a secret hearing over its involvemen
B.C. judge rules against secret hearings for CSIS in terror probe
The Globe and Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Canada’s spy agency has lost a bid to hold a secret hearing over its involvement in an investigation involving a couple who were later found guilty on terror charges in British Columbia. B.C. Supreme Court Justice Catherine Bruce has ruled the media... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
CSIS makes second request to B.C. court to keep terror trial info secretCanada’s spy agency is back in court asking that information about its involvem
CSIS makes second request to B.C. court to keep terror trial info secret
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
Canada’s spy agency is back in court asking that information about its involvement in a British Columbia terrorism probe be kept secret from the public. For the second time in weeks, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service has asked British... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Court hears RCMP officer in B.C. terror case was concerned about entrapmentThe head of an RCMP team tasked with investigating a possible terror suspect to
Court hears RCMP officer in B.C. terror case was concerned about entrapment
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
The head of an RCMP team tasked with investigating a possible terror suspect told a B.C. Supreme Court trial that he had concerns about entrapment and abuse of process near the start of a police sting. Emails read in court show Sgt. Bill Kalkat... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Adviser to B.C. terror sting called suspect ‘a nut’ willing to say anythingA legal adviser in a high-profile undercover sting told the police leader she h
Adviser to B.C. terror sting called suspect ‘a nut’ willing to say anything
The Globe and Mail / Posted 26 days ago
A legal adviser in a high-profile undercover sting told the police leader she had doubts about the suspect’s intention to carry out a terrorist attack at the British Columbia legislature. Martha Devlin calls John Nuttall “a nut” in an email sent to... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Judge orders transcript released in B.C. legislature bomb plot caseTranscripts of court proceedings the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CS
Judge orders transcript released in B.C. legislature bomb plot case
Surrey Leader / Posted 28 days ago
Transcripts of court proceedings the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) was hoping to keep secret at the trial of a Surrey couple accused of plotting to bomb the B.C. legislature are expected to be released this week. On Monday, despite... Read more
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BC Local News
Judge orders transcript released in B.C. legislature bomb plot caseTranscripts of court proceedings the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CS
Judge orders transcript released in B.C. legislature bomb plot case
BC Local News / Posted 28 days ago
Transcripts of court proceedings the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) was hoping to keep secret at the trial of a Surrey couple accused of plotting to bomb the B.C. legislature are expected to be released this week. On Monday, despite... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
CSIS loses bid to keep closed-door hearing a secret in B.C. terror trialCanada’s spy agency has lost a fight to keep secret some information presented
CSIS loses bid to keep closed-door hearing a secret in B.C. terror trial
The Globe and Mail / Posted 29 days ago
Canada’s spy agency has lost a fight to keep secret some information presented before a British Columbia court during a closed-door hearing for two people found guilty on terror charges. B.C. Supreme Court Justice Catherine Bruce has ruled that it... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Police team worried about raising suspicions of terror suspect’s wife: officerThe commander of an undercover police sting says his team was wary about a terr
Police team worried about raising suspicions of terror suspect’s wife: officer
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
The commander of an undercover police sting says his team was wary about a terrorism suspect’s common-law wife becoming suspicious of the covert operation. RCMP Sgt. Bill Kalkat has told B.C. Supreme Court that the wives of police targets are often... Read more
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BC Local News
Sting not meant to seem illegalAn undercover terrorism sting involved thousands of dollars changing hands and
Sting not meant to seem illegal
BC Local News / Posted 1 months ago
An undercover terrorism sting involved thousands of dollars changing hands and officers promising access to guns and explosives, but the lead officer told a trial Wednesday that the operation was in no way meant to appear criminal. RCMP Sgt. Bill... Read more

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