Skip to comments.2 Canadians linked to Detroit imam granted bail
Posted on 11/07/2009 8:59:40 PM PST by Nachum
WINDSOR, Ontario -- A judge on Friday granted bail for two Canadian men who face extradition to the U.S. on charges linked to the slain leader of a radical Detroit-area Islamic group.
Mohammad Al-Sahli, 33, was granted bail of 300,000 Canadian dollars ($280,000), while Yassir Ali Khan, 30, was granted bail of CA$260,000 ($242,000). The men were also placed under partial house arrest and must report weekly to police.
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SEATTLEPI.com - SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER (AP): Windsor, Ontario - "2 CANADIANS LINKED TO DETROIT IMAM GRANTED BAIL" (SNIPPET: "Mohammad Al-Sahli, 33, was granted bail of 300,000 Canadian dollars ($280,000), while Yassir Ali Khan, 30, was granted bail of CA$260,000 ($242,000). The men were also placed under partial house arrest and must report weekly to police.") (Last updated November 8, 2009, 5:02 p.m. PT)
CBC.ca - CBC NEWS: "FBI FUGITIVES ARRESTED IN WINDSOR" (SNIPPET: "Police in the border city say Mohammad Al-Sahli, 33, and Yassir Ali Kahn, 30, both from the Windsor area, were apprehended "without incident.") (Last updated November 1, 2009, 8:36 am ET)
NATIONAL POST.com: "RCMP CAPTURE FUGITIVE" (SNIPPET: "Mujahid Carswell, 30, was arrested..." SNIPPET: "Mr. Carswell, who faces U.S. charges of conspiracy to commit federal crimes based on his alleged membership in a radical Detroit-based fundamentalist Sunni group, was witnessed being whisked away in a prisoner transport van. He is in the custody of the Canada Border Services Agency on immigration violations.") (Published October 30, 2009)
Detroit.FBI.gov: "ELEVEN MEMBERS/ASSOCIATES OF UMMAH CHARGED WITH FEDERAL VIOLATIONS One Subject Fatally Shot During Arrest" (October 28, 2009)
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