B.C. bomb-plot suspects said they wanted to target ‘20,000 of these disbelievers’

Terror suspect Amanda Korody is captured on surveillance video saying she was playing a major supporting role to her husband and co-accused John Nuttall and wanted to kill as many people as possible in their planned terror attack.

The comments by Korody, who along with Nuttall has pleaded not guilty to four terrorism-related charges, came in a conversation with an undercover cop several days before their alleged plot to detonate bombs at the legislature in Victoria.

Nuttall has already spoken to the cop, who cannot be identified due to a publication ban. Korody is asked by the cop how many people she wishes to kill, mutilate or destroy.

“As many as possible,” she calmly replies.

The cop asks her whether the death toll would include women and children and she replies that the message of Allah is not to target them, but the enemies of Islam were doing so and the Koran says “pretty much an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth”…