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B.C. terror plot suspect a 'Muslim Punk'
| July 4, 2013
| NICOLE MORDANT AND JENNIFER KWAN
Posted on 07/04/2013 4:13:36 PM PDT by rickmichaels
One of the suspects in a Canadian bomb plot is a former drug user with a history of violence, a self-styled "Muslim Punk" who also wrote songs about his love for Satan.
Descriptions of John Nuttall by four people who knew him, combined with court records and his own postings online, portray a sometimes troubled man on the margins of society.
Police have charged Nuttall and companion Amanda Korody with trying to set off three home-made pressure cooker bombs in a crowd celebrating the July 1 Canada Day holiday in Victoria, the capital of the Pacific province of British Columbia.
(Excerpt) Read more at torontosun.com ...
TOPICS: Canada; News/Current Events; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: canada; muslim; muslimpunk; satanist; terrorplot
posted on 07/04/2013 4:15:59 PM PDT
(This is not a statement of fact. It is either opinion or satire; or both.)
a sometimes troubled man on the margins of society.
Who, Obama? yep.
posted on 07/04/2013 4:33:23 PM PDT
( " We would not die in that man's company, that fears his fellowship to die with us...." Henry V.)
Moslem *punk*? I think that moslems planning to cause death and destruction in a civilized country qualify as knuckledragging psychopaths,not just “punks”.
posted on 07/04/2013 4:57:26 PM PDT
by Gay State Conservative
(The Civil Servants Are No Longer Servants...Or Civil.)
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posted on 07/04/2013 10:50:26 PM PDT
by Squawk 8888
(I'd give up chocolate but I'm no quitter)
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