15 October 2007

Meanwhile, back at the ranch...

Another criminal is busy working the system.
-- MONTREAL -- A controversial Montreal imam ordered deported last year and without official status in Canada will be in front of an Immigration and Refugee board on Wednesday fighting to stay in Canada.

Last December, Mr. Jaziri took sanctuary inside his Montreal mosque after the refugee board revoked his refugee status obtained in 1998.
Why that poor man... what's his sad story?
The immigration and refugee board claims the Tunisian-born cleric presented false information to enter Canada.

The board has accused him of hiding a criminal record in France and of exaggerating the risks of returning to his homeland.
While yet another "Canadian" is wishing he had never left home...
-- WASHINGTON -- A U.S. military judge has ordered the trial of Canadian detainee Omar Khadr to go ahead as planned on Nov. 8 in Guantanamo Bay.

RELATED: On the homegrown terror front
-- CAYUGA, Ont. -- An aboriginal activist was denied bail Monday on numerous criminal charges, including allegations he tried to run over a provincial police officer while hijacking an undercover police van at Douglas Creek Estates in Caledonia, Ont.

Albert Douglas, 32, faces attempted murder, robbery, unlawful confinement and other serious charges arising from the alleged hijacking on June 9.

He also faces robbery and assault charges for allegedly attacking two television cameramen on the same date and counts of obstruct and assault police for allegedly fighting with police when they arrested him on April 20, 2006.
Some "activist."

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