‘Terror plot’ Canadian found guilty

Wesley Wark, a University of Toronto professor and an expert on national security, said the guilty verdict shows the tough nature of Canada’s anti-terrorism laws.

“You can be convicted for terrorism even if nothing particular happens as a result of a plot, even if the plot looks amateurish, even if you did not fully know the details of the conspiracy you were a part of,” he said.  >>>>>

It appears that trying a child first for the crime may bring about more pressures against future juries to convict the others.

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