Canada Terror trial: Prosecutor lays out timeline as trial of young couple begins

19:52  13 september  2017
19:52  13 september  2017 Source:   The Gazette

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The trial of two young Montrealers who are alleged to have made plans to leave Canada to join ISIL while also preparing to build a bomb began Wednesday morning at the Montreal courthouse. 

Federal prosecutor Lyne Décarie did not mince words in her opening statement to the jury that will hear the trial. From the beginning she said the young couple, Sabrine Djermane and El Mahdi Jamali, both students at CEGEP De Maisonneuve at the time of their arrests, were preparing to join the terrorist group in Syria and had booked tickets on a flight set to depart on May 1, 2015. 

Décarie told the jury that the key to the case is a timeline that began on April 10, 2015, when someone called the RCMP and said something that prompted the Mounties to investigate the pair. 

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Investigators met with Djermane’s friends and relatives immediately before meeting with her. 

They then met with Jamali. By April 14, 2015, the RCMP had enough information to arrest both and to execute search warrants at a condo the couple was renting on Aird St. and at a residence where Jamali lived with his parents. 

While executing those search warrants, the RCMP found a handwritten recipe for a bomb. The writing matched that of one of the accused and was “word for word” a copy of a recipe that had been published in a propaganda magazine published by the al-Qaida terrorist group. The RCMP also found some of the ingredients for the bomb. 

Décarie said the last witness to be called in the 10-week trial will be an expert on jihad. 

Décarie advised the jury that because of the many witnesses involved in the trial, the narrative of the timeline will jump back and forth often. She said it will be like a film that uses the same narrative tricks. 

“At the end of the film we understand what happened. The same will happen here,” she said. 

Before Décarie delivered the opening statement, the accused pleaded not guilty to the four charges they face.

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