I'm Going To Kill You ...
A Toronto man accused of an al-Qaeda-linked plot to derail a
passenger train received a pardon in Canada for a criminal conviction
for uttering death threats about the same time his father asked for help
in dealing with his son’s hardening views of Islam.
... and the Best Part is it Just Cost Me a Thousand Bucks!
Raed Jaser, 35, was convicted of threatening death in 2001, receiving
a sentence of two years’ probation and a $1,000 fine, but his record
was recently cleared after he applied for — and received — a pardon.
Mr. Jaser is “in a state of shock and disbelief,” his lawyer, John Norris, said Tuesday following a brief court appearance.