False Flag: Nova Scotia Shooter May Have Been a RCMP Undercover Agent

June 22, 2020

Gabriel Wortman murdered 22 people during a rampage in Nova Scotia in April

New video allegedly shows the gunman withdrawing $475,000 in cash from a Brink’s office 19 days before the massacre

Police sources say the withdrawal matched the method the Royal Canadian Mounted Police uses to send money to confidential informants and agents

The RCMP has repeatedly insisted that it had no ‘special relationship’ with Wortman, who was killed by police following the attack

But critics argue that the agency could be hiding ties to Wortman to avoid accusations that it mishandled the case

The speculation comes as authorities are reportedly investigating Wortman’s relationships with people linked to organized crime

The gunman who killed 22 people in the worst mass shooting in Canadian history may have been an informant or agent for the national police force, sources say.

New video obtained by news magazine Maclean’s allegedly shows Gabriel Wortman, 51, withdrawing $475,000 in cash from a Brink’s office a few weeks before his deadly 13-hour rampage across several small towns in Nova Scotia in April.

Law enforcement sources say that the massive withdrawal matched the method the Royal Canadian Mounted Police uses to send money to confidential informants and agents – and would not have been possible for a regular citizen.

The RCMP has repeatedly insisted that it had no ‘special relationship’ with Wortman, who was killed by police following the attack.

But some have expressed distrust of the agency, arguing that it could be hiding ties to the gunman to avoid accusations that it mishandled the case.

The speculation comes as authorities are reportedly investigating Wortman’s relationships with people linked to organized crime.

On the night of April 18, Wortman used accelerants to light fires in five Nova Scotia communities and shot people with four semi-automatic weapons that he wasn’t licensed to own as he drove around in a replica police car.

Thirteen of the victims were killed by gunfire and nine died in fires, police said.

The rampage allegedly began after Wortman assaulted his girlfriend, who fled into the woods and hid for several hours.

Investigators said the assault could have been the catalyst for the killing spree, but that they are not ruling out that the massacre could have been pre-planned as Wortman had disputes with several of his victims.

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