John Nuttall, accused B.C. terrorist, worried about Muslim backlash if too many children died in bombing

As time ticks by with no news of an explosion, accused B.C. terrorist John Nuttall becomes increasingly panicked about a potential Muslim backlash if too many children die in the legislature bomb plot.

Footage captured by hidden cameras and watched by a B.C. Supreme Court jury shows Nuttall becoming more and more agitated as the scheduled explosion time between 9 and 10 a.m. on July 1, 2013, passes.

“What if it goes off and kills a bunch of kids?” he asks his wife, co-accused Amanda Korody about the possibility of a delayed detonation.

“There are going to be Muslims hunting for us if we kill too many kids,” he says. “Just pray to Allah nothing happens to those kids.”

Video played Monday shows Nuttall pacing inside a Fraser Valley motel room the couple had been taken to by an undercover RCMP officer to use as a safe house.

Earlier that morning, Nuttall and Korody allegedly planted three homemade pressure-cooker explosives on the lawn of the B.C. legislature in Victoria.

The RCMP ensured the bombs were inert, the Crown has said…