After allegedly hearing her say that if "we can't go over there, we'll do it here," Sabrine Djermane's sister tipped off police to a possible terror plot, leading to the April 14 arrest of Djermane as well El Mahdi Jamali, both 18.
They were arraigned this week on charges of attempting to leave Canada to commit an terrorist act abroad; possession of an explosive substance; facilitating a terrorist act; and committing an act under the direction or for the profit of a terrorist organization.
Both pleaded not guilty.
According to Radio-Canada, police found materials in Jamali's parents' home that "could be used to make a pressure-cooker bomb similar to the one used to kill people at the Boston Marathon in 2013."
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