Lawyers for duo charged in Canada Day bomb plot appear in court
VANCOUVER – Nearly a year after charges were laid in connection with an alleged plot to attack the B.C. Legislature, the lawyers for the accused appeared in a Vancouver court for a pre-trial hearing.
Lawyers for John Stewart Nuttall and Amanda Korody appeared in B.C. Supreme Court on June 30 for the first of four days of legal submissions.
The Surrey residents were charged last July with terrorism related offences for allegedly planning to bomb the legislature on Canada Day.
The RCMP says the duo was ‘inspired’ by Al-Qaeda ideology, but were ‘self-radicalized.’
The explosive devices involved were under RCMP control, inert and never presented a threat to public safety. They were seized on the outside property of the B.C. Legislature building in Victoria.
The trial is expected to get underway next January.
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