Canada Day bomb plot: John Nuttall and Amanda Korody found guilty

  • A jury in Canada has found John Nuttall and Amanda Korody guilty of a plot to explode pressure cooker bombs during Canada Day celebrations in 2013.

    The Canadian couple, both converts to Islam, had plotted to set off the bombs outside the provincial legislature in British Columbia. They have been found guilty of conspiring to commit murder and possessing or making an explosive device.

    They were arrested in 2013 after authorities accused the couple of attempting to target Canada Day events.

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