By Dan Dicks
An undercover corporal became Nuttal’s mentor. It wasn’t just the material supplies of cash, cigarettes, groceries, cars, hotels, cell phones, logistical supplies and the inert bombs. The undercover cop was acting as a mentor to Nuttal. But more than that, Nuttal kept having reservations about the plan. The RCMP wanted him in Victoria for a recon mission, he wanted to visit family. They wanted him die for the cause, he said he had debts and couldn’t do a true jihad. So the RCMP said they’d see about paying off what he owes…Nuttal didn’t know his mentor was the RCMP the whole time, but it should have been clear to the undercover agent that he was sane enough not to kill himself. He kept coming up with barriers to a jihadist success and so the RCMP kept offering ways around those barriers.