Unlike the namby-pamby politically correct yipyap we have become accustomed to in Canada, the Brits say what they mean...
-- Six men planned "murderous suicide bombings" on public transport in London on 21 July 2005, a court has heard.In this particular case, the devil was indeed in the details...
-- The prosecution has told Woolwich Crown Court of their alleged "extremist Muslim plot" targeting the capital - 14 days after the 7 July bombings.
The prosecutor told how six bombs were made using a mix of liquid hydrogen peroxide, chapatti flour, acetone and acid.If these freedom fighters are found guilty, they should get an Iraqi necktie party... maybe it'll make the next lot of jihadis think twice.
Each bomb was placed in a large plastic container and screws, tacks, washers or nuts, were taped to the outside to "maximise the possibility of injury", Mr Sweeney said.
MEMORY LANE: Tim Blair nails it...
The Toronto Star reports:
"In investigators’ offices, an intricate graph plotting the links between the 17 men and teens charged with being members of a homegrown terrorist cell covers at least one wall. And still, says a source, it is difficult to find a common denominator."
-- We now cross live to the set of CSI Toronto, where filming is underway:
-- Sgt. Warren Bollard: (staring in bewilderment at an intricate graph) I just can’t find any common denominator! It seems as though these 17 men and teens have absolutely no point of commonality at all!