Tom Bauerle Show: WBEN
The Truth about Toronto Terrorism
By Judi McLeod
Tuesday, June 6, 2006
Did you know that Monday, June 5, 2006 was the chosen date for a terrorist attack on Toronto?
Did you know that while Toronto police claim that the TTC was not a target of the attack, foiled by Fridays raid, respected intelligence sources from around the world, say that the TTC was the terrorists main target?
Did you know that the 17 suspects charged in Fridays RCMP/CSIS sweep are not the only suspects and that others may have escaped the police dragnet?
Doug Hagmann, founder and director of the Northeast Intelligence Network, on the Tom Bauerle Show WBEN AM-930, made all the latest intelligence on the planned terrorist attack on Toronto available yesterday.
In fact, three of the 17 Canadian terror suspects, headed to court today, were the topic of Hagmann last August on the Bauerle show. Mohammed Dirie, 22, and Yasim Mohamed, 24, both Canadians from the Toronto area, were arrested as they attempted to enter into Canada from the Unites States on August 14, 2005, on weapons related charges.
The mens vehiclerented by a third Canadian terrorist suspect, Fahim Ahmad, 21, of Torontounderwent a search at about 5:40 a.m. on that fateful day on the Peace Bridge.
The two men were attempting entry from the U.S. into Canada via Buffalos Peace Bridge. Canadian border officials discovered that the two men had handguns and ammunition strapped to their bodies; two loaded guns were found strapped to Diries inner thighs, and ammunition was also found hidden on both parties.
At the time of Fridays historical police raid, both Dirie and Mohamed, although charged, were already each serving a two-year sentence on the weapons charge in a Kingston penitentiary.
Hear all the Intel information available on Toronto terrorism by listening to Hagmann on WBEN AM-930 right here.
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