They’re claiming “entrapment.” Think about that. Could you be entrapped? What would induce you to plot mass murder? Would you do it for love? Money? God? The entrapment defense presupposes that those using it were willing to commit murder, and just needed the ways and means, maybe along with a little cajoling. Seems like a flimsy defense to me: if they already wanted to kill for Allah, they would have found another way.
“John Nuttall, Amanda Korody found guilty in B.C. Legislature bomb plot,” CBC News, June 2, 2015:
A B.C. Supreme Court jury has found John Nuttall and Amanda Korody guilty for plotting a 2013 Canada Day attack on the B.C. Legislature.
The couple is guilty of one count each of conspiring to commit murder and possessing explosives for the benefit or on behalf of a terrorist organization. But the case is far from over — Nuttall and Korody’s lawyers will be back in court to argue the case that the pair were entrapped by police.
The jury began its deliberations on Sunday following a nearly four-month trial and three days of judge’s instructions that were more than 300 pages long. Nuttall and Korody were accused of conspiracy to commit murder, making or possessing an explosive device, and conspiracy to place an explosive device with the intent to cause death or injury.
As the verdict was read out, Nuttall made a heart shape with his fingers directed at Korody….
How sweet. United in the desire to commit mass murder of Infidels.