Terrorist locked up for life under Harper may get released under Trudeau

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Mohammad Momin Khawaja was the first person in Canada to be sentenced to life in prison under the Canadian Anti-Terrorist Act otherwise known as Bill C-51 which to this day is highly controversial to many people across Canada. 

Khawaja via Wikipedia:

(born April 14, 1979, Ottawa) is a Canadian found guilty of involvement in a plot to plant fertilizer bombs in the United Kingdom; while working as a software engineer under contract to the Foreign Affairs department in 2004 became the first person charged and found guilty under the Canadian Anti-Terrorism Act following the proof that he communicated with British Islamists plotting a bomb attack.[1] On March 12, 2009, Khawaja was sentenced to 10.5 years in prison and was eligible for parole five years into the prison term.[2] On December 17, 2010, Khawaja’s sentence was increased to life imprisonment by the Ontario Court of Appeals.[3]

Even though the Liberals support Bill-C51 for now, Trudeau wants to change it, “Mr. Harper doesn’t think we need to do anything more to defend our rights and freedoms,” Trudeau said in his election campaign. 

Harper stripped passports for convicted terrorists, Trudeau gives back their passport. 

Now going back to Mohammad Momin Khawaja who received a life sentence under Bill-C51 is asking for parole, and a girlfriend, and he may very well get it under Justin Trudeau and his false logic. 

Brian Lilley of TheRebel.media reports: The first person charged under Canada’s anti-terrorism laws in 2004 now has a profile on a prison matchmaking website. He calls the terrorist groups he was loyal to “anti-war” groups, and glosses over his part in building explosives that would have killed hundreds.

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