John Stewart Nuttall, Amanda Korody charged with making explosive device . . .
. . . The lawyer for one of two Surrey, B.C., residents accused of planning to bomb the province’s legislature on Canada Day says the case has elements of entrapment. . . .
. . . The couple’s friends have said they find it hard to believe the pair could have organized such a plot.
Korody has been described as a bright and creative but impressionable young woman who could have been led astray.
Nuttall, meanwhile, is described as a talented musician with the mentality of a 16-year-old.
The couple’s landlord described them as having limited means and questioned how they could have financed such a plot.
CBC News reporter Steve Lus, who was allowed inside the couple’s basement suite, said the couple lived in squalor, and described a living space strewn with discarded methadone bottles, video games and DVDs . . .
They were into paintball also, all the usual signs of being manipulated by some agent in order to justify anti-terror/anti-freedom measures.