CANADA: Gee, it hardly takes any time to go from new Muslim convert to radicalized Muslim terrorist

images-1-300x165Police allege that John Nuttall and Amanda Korody, recent Muslim converts who lived together in Surrey, conspired to plant pressure-cooker bombs near the B.C. legislature as crowds gathered to celebrate the national holiday.

CTV News  The pair is charged with conspiring to place an explosive in a place of public use with the intent to cause death or serious bodily injury; knowingly facilitating a terrorist activity; and being in possession of an explosive device.

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Police did say they believed the two were “inspired by al-Qaeda ideology” and were “self-radicalized” without support from terror groups abroad. RCMP Assistant Commissioner Wayne Rideout told reporters that during the five-month investigation, the suspects discussed a variety of targets and plans.

Their landlord, Shanti Thaman, said they appeared to subsist on social assistance. Last week, they asked for an extension on their $650-per-month rent, the landlord said. A glimpse inside the apartment revealed a messy living space, littered with bottles of methadone and other prescription drugs. A television set appeared to have been used for target practice.

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