Saad Gaya, 21, of Oakville, pleaded guilty today in a Brampton courtroom. Gaya and co-accused Saad Khalid, of Mississauga, who also pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 14 years, were allegedly responsible for arranging the rental of warehouse space to store the fertilizer.

Terrorism as a Special Category of Crime

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Harsh Sentences for Terrorist Should Not be Viewed as Exceptional According to the Ontario Court of Appeal, terrorism is a special category of crime and must be treated as such. The Ontario…

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