Why is Canada letting ISIS terrorists come back to Canada and live a normal life?
Why have they not been arrested and prosecuted — or even, put in a POW-style camp until the war is over?
(I'll show you the many provisions in the Criminal Code that could apply in these cases.)
Instead, we have a confessed ISIS terrorist back in Canada, hanging out in Oakville at the family restaurant, and doing media interviews.
A few months back, we played you footage of the CBC interviewing him, where he admits in great detail that he was a terrorist. But the CBC hid his identity. (He’s not a minor child. There is no court ordered publication ban.)
Now we learn that that ISIS terrorist actually confessed to committing murder — to the New York Times.
But the CBC still won’t identify him. Why?
If you lived in Oakville, wouldn’t you want to know if the terrorist was living next to you? Isn't that pretty much the definition of "news"?
What about the people who actually have the legal, constitutional duty to implement the laws? Well, that would be Ralph Goodale, Trudeau's Minister for Public Safety. When asked about ISIS terrorists in Parliament, hesays, in effect:
Stop asking about terrorists, or I’ll call you a racist.
If you have a worry or a criticism about terrorists and murderers walking through our neighbourhoods, you’re "divisive," and your voice should be silenced.
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