Toronto 18 Leader Zakaria Amara Pleads Guilty – Sentenced to Life in Prison – Bombs Don’t Pay in Canada – January 19, 2010

Zakaria Amara, alleged leader of a cell that planned to blow up targets in Toronto using fertilizer bombs created from recipes found on the internet has been sentenced to life in prison for his role in the plot.  He will apparently be eligible for parole in six years.


“Ontario judge Bruce Durno said that he(Amara) had planned the most horrific crime in Canadian history….

Shortly after his arrest, Canadian police detonated an imitation one-tonne bomb in a controlled explosion to see what effect it would have.

They determined that many hundreds of people could have been killed had a similar device gone off outside Toronto’s stock exchange.”

What do you think Canada?   Seven of the 18 have had charges dropped in the case.   A few others have been sentenced.  Post your comments below.

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  1. This is an outrage. The real Canadians need to stand up and tell the courts what we think about this. None of them should be eligible for parole and they should all get life in prison. I only wish we still had the death penalty for these terrorists. NO JUSTICE

  2. Judges know what they’re doing – that’s why we pay ’em well. shows that terror plots are not all conspiracy theories or set-ups.

  3. Umm, he’s sentenced for life but will be eligible for parole in 6 years? For wanting to pull terrorist acts in Canada? messed up system we have here.

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