Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Yeah, but, how did a Terrorist get to sit in the BC Liberal section of the Gallery in 2012?

Nothing to see here, walk on.  Look out for that Podium will ya!
...... Security at the legislature has been tightened over the years, especially after a mob of environmental protesters broke through security barriers in 1993, and again after the 9/11 terror attacks in the United States.

Following those events, computer security locks were installed on legislature doors, preventing public access to parts of the building. Gates and video cameras were also installed on vehicle access driveways. ....... Michael Smyth - the Province

Jaspal Atwal walked into BC Legislature Gallery on February 21, 2012, slipping under the elite radar software program called Prime-BC.   Didn't stop him from gaining access, .... just like Mr. Nuttall .... both should have been on Prime-BC list, or would they?

Rest assured, Mr. Nuttall's name is at top of the list, now.

These are TWO incidences on Premier Christy Clark's watch.

If the RCMP have been tracking these two individuals for so many months, what's with the Grand Standing, the Photo Op, the Churchillian speech .... "we will fight them on the beaches ...."  why allow them to just walk right in?

Rumours have it that Prime Minister Stephen Harper is about to shuffle his Cabinet because of the unrest with the Canadian people over HIS Senate appointees spending scandal .... first to be going, reportedly, is Public Safety Minister Vic Toews.

Does CSIS need evidence?

A Catch them in the Act scenario?

Why let two individuals show the world how easy it is to target our communities?


RCMP co-operation key Federal Public Safety Minister Vic Toews said the arrests were the result of close work between police and security agencies.


Evidence in alleged B.C. terror plot

The investigation, dubbed Project Souvenir, was launched in February 2013 and co-ordinated by the RCMP-led Integrated National Security Enforcement Teams, which include investigators from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service and Canada Border Services Agency.

"The success of this operation was due to the close collaboration of our security and law enforcement agencies, including CSIS, said Toews in Ottawa on Tuesday afternoon.

"I would like to applaud the RCMP-led Integrated National Security Enforcement Teams — known as INSET — and all of the partners for their outstanding work on this investigation." Ah, could it be the WestSide-Kelowna By-Election that's the driving force?


That "mob" breaking into the BC Legislature in 1993:

JULY 27-AUG. 2, 1983

Restraint program prompts massive union backlash

In one of the largest demonstrations in the city's history, more than 20,000 people gathered in downtown Victoria Sunday to protest the Bennett government's restraint program.

The defiant mob filled the legislature lawn and spilled into the surrounding streets as union leaders vowed to fight the Socred government's bid to downsize the civil service. 


Premier Bill Bennett started that Riot, will Premier Christy Clark's Restraint program send 40,000 to the Sick Culture of Victoria?

Could it be that the reason that RCMP delayed the arrest until July 1, was due to a Conspiracy involving the Americans...... and their bomb experts?


Down in the USA, it's being reported:.... more pressure cooker "bombs", which turned out containing food:

An abandoned pressure cooker closed down a stretch of Highway 50 in Northern California near South Lake Tahoe for two hours earlier this week.

Two pressure cooker bombs were detonated at the finish line of the Boston Marathon two and a half months ago, killing three and wounding hundreds.

A local dispatcher received a call about the pressure cooker at the Lakeview Commons beach on Sunday near Highway 50, reported the Sacramento Bee.

Security staff and police cleared the beach and traffic was diverted.

A local bomb squad unsuccessfully attempted to detonate the pressure cooker with a robot. However, the cookware was ultimately destroyed with by a bomb squad member with a P.A.N. Disrupter water cannon, reported KOLO-TV.

Authorities said that the pressure cooker was not a bomb and had food inside.

Last week, a pressure cooker was placed near a fuel pump in Concord, New Hampshire, which also triggered the evacuation of homes and businesses, reported the Union-Leader.

Officials found that the device was a small deep fryer and was not a bomb.

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