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Guilty Pleas and Sentencing in Terrorism Case

Ottawa – August 26, 2016 – Three men accused of terrorism offences pleaded guilty today in Ontario Superior Court.

Ashton Carleton Larmond, 25, pleaded guilty to one count of providing instructions to carry out an activity for the benefit of a terrorist group, contrary to s. 83.21 of the Criminal Code. He was sentenced to 17 years in prison less remand credit, with half the time of parole ineligibility.

Carlos Honor Larmond, 25, pleaded guilty to one count of attempting to leave Canada to participate in the activities of a terrorist group, contrary to s. 83.181 of the Criminal Code. He was sentenced to 7 years in prison less remand credit, with half the time of parole ineligibility.

Suliman Idris Mohamed, 23, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to participate in the activities of a terrorist group, contrary to s. 83.18 of the Criminal Code. He was sentenced to 7 years in prison less remand credit, with half the time of parole ineligibility.

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Judicial Stay in Terrorism Case

Vancouver – July 29, 2016 – The Supreme Court of British Columbia today stayed the proceedings against John Stuart Nuttall, 41, and Amanda Marie Korody, 33.

Last year, a jury found both guilty of conspiring to murder persons unknown, for the benefit of a terrorist group, contrary to s. 83.2 of the Criminal Code. They were also found guilty of making or having an explosive substance for the benefit of a terrorist group, contrary to s. 83.2.

The PPSC has filed a notice of appeal.

Consent has been given by the PPSC on behalf of the Attorney General of Canada to the laying of informations pursuant to s. 810.011(1) terrorism peace bonds.

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