Canadian police have foiled a plot on Valentine day by two suspects on Mall shooting

February 14, 2015 5:37 pm

: Canadian police have foiled a plot by two suspects
who were planning to go to a mall and kill as many people as they could
before killing themselves on Valentine’s Day in Halifax.
A senior
police official said the suspects were on a chat stream and were
apparently obsessed with killing and death, and had many photos of mass
killings. Police and other officials said it was not related to Islamic
.

The suspects were on a chat stream and were said to be obsessed with killing and death. Photo / Thinkstock
The official said one of the two suspects, a
23-year-old American woman from Geneva, Illinois, was arrested at
Halifax’s airport and confessed to the plot. The official said she had
written a number of pronouncements to be tweeted after her death. Police
said the suspects had access to firearms.
The official said the
19-year-old male shot himself to death after police were tipped off
about the plot and surrounded his home.

Police saw his parents leave the house and called the suspect.
As the man told police he didn’t have any guns and he was on his way
out of the house, he shot himself, the official said.
Police
earlier said two other Nova Scotia men, aged 20 and 17, were also
involved, although investigators are still trying to determine what
their role was. The police official said the 17-year-old male was wanted
for threatening to shoot up a high school and had an outstanding
warrant.
“The possibility for a large loss of life was definitely
there,” said Nova Scotia Royal Canadian Mounted Police head Brian
Brennan.

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