|Amanda Korody and John Nuttall||A British Columbia couple found guilty of masterminding a terrorist plot but then freed when a judge ruled they had been entrapped by police are still a danger to the public, a Crown lawyer says. John Nuttall and Amanda Korody appeared via video at a Vancouver provincial court hearing to consider if they should be restricted under a peace bond while their case is under appeal.|
Crown counsel argued throughout the pair's lengthy criminal trial that Nuttall and Korody embraced violent extremism and repeatedly spoke about killing and maiming members of the public who didn't share their view.
|"[I] want to put a gun to his head and I want to say, right before I pull the trigger, I want to say, taste what you used to deny and send him straight to the hellfire." Nuttall also talked about his violent criminal past — something the jury didn't hear during the trial.|
Nuttall and Korody were arrested, July 1, 2013, following an elaborate RCMP sting operation in which officers posed as Muslim extremists.