Informant in Canada Terror Trial Calls Leader a Delusional Braggart

A Canadian police informant testified that the alleged leader of the alleged terror plot of 2006 in Mississauga, Ontario was clearly a delusional braggart. Mubin Shaikh’s comments came on a second day of cross-examination of the trial of a youth accused of an alleged terror plot. The man on trial, who cannot be named because he was underage at the time of the arrest, is the first of 11 people to face trial. The youth disagreed with the head of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, saying that the group was just chilling, reading the Koran and exercising because some guys are lazy you know, they’re gaining weight. The youth, a recent convert to Islam from Hinduism, added sometimes you have to do violence to bring peace.