OTTAWA, Jan. 9, 2015 /CNW/ – Today, following a national security criminal investigation, the RCMP Ottawa Integrated National Security Enforcement Team (INSET) arrested and charged two individuals from Ottawa with a number of terrorism offences under the Criminal Code of Canada.
Ashton Carleton Larmond (D.O.B. 1990-11-21) has been charged with Facilitating terrorist activity (Sec. 83.19), Participation in the activity of a terrorist group (Sec. 83.18), and for Instructing to carry out activity for a terrorist group (Sec. 83.21 (1)).
Carlos Larmond (D.O.B. 1990-11-21) has been charged with Participation in the activity of a terrorist group (Sec. 83.18) and for Attempting to leave Canada to participate in terrorist activity abroad (Sec. 83.181).
Carlos Larmond was arrested at the Montreal Pierre-Elliott Trudeau International Airport as he was intending to travel overseas for terrorist purposes. Ashton Carleton Larmond was arrested in Ottawa.
(Once again, the names they likely took for themselves, their muslims names most likely, are not used)
2. VICE News clip on today’s events in France, stressing the government narrative that you are the terrorist if you connect Islamic terror attacks with Islam. Next, we can expect flowers to appear from their sleeves and a rabbit out of the camera lens cap! It should be noted that the muslim they interview says: “95% of muslims suffer from extremism and they are the first victims”. If this is true, then I have to quote Inigo Montoya about the word, extremism’ yet again. “I do not think that word means what you think it does”
3. CNN on the one missing tardorist:
4. Who is female tardorist suspect on the run?
5. Intelligence indicates Assad building nuclear plant: report
Berlin (AFP) – Intelligence suggests that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is building a secret underground plant with the aim of developing nuclear weapons, Germany’s Spiegel news magazine said Friday.
Citing information made available by unidentified intelligence sources, Spiegel said the plant was in an inaccessible mountain region in the west of the war-ravaged country, two kilometres (1.2 miles) from the Lebanese border. Related German article
H/T M., ML., and all.