A woman threatened to kill in the name of Allah and ISIS refused to appear in court to receive justice for her crime of terrorism.
A Toronto woman who was charged with terror-related offences following an alleged golf club attack at a Canadian Tire store has refused to appear in court for the second time.
Security officers told the court Tuesday that Rehab Dughmosh refused to leave her holding cell for a scheduled appearance before a judge. The officers didn’t want to physically remove her without a court order.
“She wasn’t here to represent her own interests, so not a great deal could be accomplished without her here,” attorney Ingrid Grant, who has been appointed as a “friend of the court” to try to guide Dughmosh through the legal process, told reporters.
Dughmosh, 32, was charged with multiple offences in connection with the alleged June 3 attack, including attempted murder for the benefit of or in association with a terrorist group.
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