Alleged terrorist Byron Sonne appears nerdier by the day
The trial of Byron Sonne—computer geek, provocateur and supposed aspiring terrorist—begins this week. In many regards he’s the most interesting figure to emerge from the G20 wreckage, largely because he’s far more cerebral than the anarchists who simply wanted to throw bricks through windows. And depending on whom you ask—Sonne himself or, say, the Crown—he’s also either an insatiably curious nerd (and baker) or a wannabe terrorist. Of course, on the basis of the Star’s recent reporting, he appears to be more the former than the latter: the paper notes that shortly after Sonne was yanked off a bus and thrown into a police cruiser, he “[mused] to himself about the police’s choice of operating system for their in-car surveillance camera.” Read the entire story [Toronto Star] »
4 thoughts on “Alleged terrorist Byron Sonne appears nerdier by the day”
Why wouldn’t you add a link in this note to your own earlier artlicle on Sonne?
The guy that tosses a brick through a window isn’t really dangerous.
People like Byron Leon Sonne, Anders Behring Breivik,Shoko Asahara and so on, are dangerous.
Its all online/open source.
The Aum Shinrikyo cult employed very educated people including the chemist who manufactured Sarin. I wonder
what happened to him.
Chemists are also employed by criminal groups to manufacture drugs like Ecstacy, amphetamines ( incapacitating chemical agents ).
These chemists would have no problems manufacturing Sarin or VX either.
Mr. Sonne ( aka Goat ) will go down in history as one of
Canada’s strangest criminal cases. Here is a guy, almost 40 years old, doing stuff that a teenager would do. Taking foolish risks. And he is almost 40 years old. The man is finished. A few years is no big deal when you’re younger.
The answer to all of this is Baphomet.
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