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Saturday, July 24, 2004

Men branded as terrorist threat languish in Toronto jail

From the article:-
"Give them the same rights that someone who has picked up a gun and killed six people would have if that person went to court. He would have the right to full disclosure and he's actually committed a horrible crime. These guys haven't been accused of committing a crime."

Norris believes the Supreme Court ruling is meant to apply to notorious war criminals or someone who has committed a crime where "overwhelming evidence" is presented — not the allegations his client faces.

"It's your right to worry about security and care about your country, I understand. But this is my life, my innocence."

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