In 2015, some two teenagers were arrested in a condo and charged with terrorism-related crimes. A search warrant obtained by authorities led to the discovery of bomb-making materials. These are really dangerous materials that might explode and cause terror.
The two perpetrators, Sabrine Djermane and El Mahdi Jamali, were tipped off by Djermane’s sister who demonstrated that the nation is greater than a family. This is the primary reason why Donald Trump signed an executive order necessitating intense vetting.
The Freedom Daily reports:
Newly released court documents shed light on what raised police suspicions about Sabrine Djermane and El Mahdi Jamali, the Montrealers who were teenagers when they were charged with several terrorism-related offenses in 2015.
The documents show that it was Djermane’s sister who tipped off police and that investigators found materials that could be used to make a homemade bomb at Jamali’s home.
The two former College Maisonneuve students each face four charges:
- Attempting to leave Canada to commit a terrorist act.
- Possession of an explosive substance.
- Facilitating a terrorist act.
- Committing an act under the direction of or for the profit of a terrorist organization.
Djermane and Jamali, now both 20, have pleaded not guilty and are scheduled to face trial before a judge and jury in September.
The new information comes from portions of search warrant documents that were previously subject to a publication ban.
A judge lifted parts of the ban on Thursday.
In light of these findings, the level of security needs to be beefed up to prevent terrorists from entering the country