Court hears final arguments in Harkat caseposted on December 10, 2004 | in Category Mohamed Harkat | PermaLink
Date: December 10, 2004
OTTAWA - Lawyers for a local man accused of being a terrorist made their final arguments in an Ottawa courtroom Thursday. Paul Copeland, Harkat's lawyer
Paul Copeland, Harkat's lawyer Mohamed Harkat has spent the past two years in an Ottawa jail, held on national security certificate.
If the federal government's case against him is upheld, he could be sent back to his native Algeria. The federal spy agency, CSIS, believes Harkat is a member of al Qaeda.
But much of the evidence is secret, even from Harkat and his lawyer, Paul Copeland.
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