More terror arrests expected, top lawmakers say
June 5th, 2006
More arrests are expected on the heels of this weekend’s stunning raids that
netted 17 terrorism suspects, including five youths, in the Toronto area,
Canada’s senior lawmakers said Sunday.
Despite the arrests, and police assurances that the threat allegedly posed
by this group had been “removed,” security officials are still grilling
individuals who may be connected, or may have vital information about the
alleged plot to bomb targets in Ontario. Reports suggest those targets may
have included the Toronto headquarters of the Canadian Security Intelligence
Service and the CN Tower, as well as Parliament Hill.
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