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CanadaKingston teen suspected of terrorist activity arrested for allegedly breaching bail conditions

17:33  23 april  2019
17:33  23 april  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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The Kingston teen facing numerous terrorism charges was arrested over the weekend for allegedly breaching the conditions of his bail . 24 during RCMP raids in the city for allegedly facilitating terrorist activity and counselling someone to plant a bomb.

The Kingston youth suspected of terrorist activity had one of his charges dropped on Wednesday when he appeared at a Kingston court. The teen , a 16-year-old whose identity is protected under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, was scheduled to stand trial on Wednesday in Kingston for allegedly

Kingston teen suspected of terrorist activity arrested for allegedly breaching bail conditions © Global News The Kingston teen facing terrorism related charges will be in Kingston's Superior Court to face new charges for allegedly breaking the conditions of his appeal.

The Kingston teen facing numerous terrorism charges was arrested over the weekend for allegedly breaching the conditions of his bail.

The youth was released from custody on April 3 after a three-day bail hearing.

READ MORE: Kingston youth accused of terrorist activities released after bail hearing

The justice of the peace denied the youth's bail originally, but the teen was released on a special condition reserved for youths to two responsible persons.

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At the second day of bail proceedings for the Kingston Ont., youth suspected of terrorism -related activity , several new charges were laid. During the second segment of the bail hearing, two new federal charges were laid against the youth — for allegedly making or possessing an explosive and

If the Crown's request were to be granted, the bail process would start again from the very A federal Crown attorney is asking for a second bail hearing less than two weeks after a Kingston youth suspected of terrorist acts was He is also facing a provincial charge after allegedly uttering threats.

A responsible person release differs from a regular release to a surety since the responsible person could face jail time if the teen does not abide by the conditions of his release.

The teen was released on April 3 with the following conditions:

The youth will be required to wear a GPS system ankle bracelet that will be installed and monitored by the RCMP;

The youth must attend court when required;

The youth must be with at least one of the responsible persons at all times;

The youth must not be in possession of any electronic communication devices that can access the internet;

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Kingston teen suspected of terrorist activity arrested for allegedly breaching bail conditions . The youth accused of terrorism in Kingston has been arrested for allegedly breaching the conditions of his release.

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The youth must not have any computer, smartphone, tablet or any such device capable of accessing the internet;

The youth must not be in possession of weapons of any kind;

The youth must not have possession of explosive devices or anything that could cause bodily harm or threaten any person;

The youth must make himself amenable to follow the rules of the residence of the responsible person;

He must participate in educational programming arranged by the responsible person;

The youth must remain in the province of Ontario at all times;

The youth must refrain from any communication with Hussam Alzahabi;

The youth may only access the internet for educational purposes on prior consent from police;

The youth must not be in possession of a passport.

It is currently unclear which of these conditions he is accused of breaking.

He was originally arrested on Jan. 24 during RCMP raids in the city for allegedly facilitating terrorist activity and counselling someone to plant a bomb.

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Since his arrest, he was handed three more charges -- two federal charges for allegedly possessing explosive materials and for taking action to cause an explosion, as well as a provincial charge for allegedly uttering threats.

READ MORE: Crown asks for new bail hearing after Kingston terrorism suspect released

Just over a week after the youth was released, the Crown asked a Youth Court judge for a new bail hearing.

The judge had delayed the decision on the Crown's request for several weeks, but since the youth has been charged again, according to Simon Borys, the youth's defence counsel, a new bail hearing will automatically take place.

—This is a developing story and will be updated when more information becomes available.

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