Twenty-three year old Aaron Driver of Winnipeg isn't facing any criminal charges, but must still obey 25 conditions if he wants to stay out of jail.
Driver, who "openly supports the militant Islamic group ISIS on social media," was held without charge for a week "on suspicion of terrorist activity" after RCMP raided his home.
The Crown consented to Driver's release on conditions that include an overnight curfew.
He is forbidden to pocess a computer or "anything bearing the logos or names" of ISIS and related groups.
Driver must also take part in "religious counseling" and "forward the counselor's name to RCMP.
As reported at CBC.ca:
The bail conditions drew criticism from the Manitoba Association of Rights and Liberties, which argues that Driver has not been accused of any crime and should not be forced to undergo religious counselling, wear an electronic bracelet and face other restrictions.
"This is a person — a Canadian citizen — who has not been charged with a crime … and yet he's going to be subject to 24/7 GPS monitoring," association president Corey Shefman told The Canadian Press.
"This is Canada and a judge has just told this man that he must receive counselling from a religious leader. That, frankly, is outrageous."
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