Tuesday, April 29, 2008

'Toronto 18' case shows risks of post-9/11 prosecution

Canada's biggest terrorism case faltered this week because laws against murder, bombing and butchery do not stop committed, suicidal terrorists. . . .

The great damage in this case is the indelible stain on the reputations of the four men incarcerated for months on charges the Crown is now unwilling to pursue in court. The Muslim community is once again feeling unjustly accused, too.

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