Suliman Mohamed

Ottawa man charged with terror-related offences

Ashton Carleton Larmond, 24 (right) and his twin brother Carlos Honor Larmond, 24, have been charged by the RCMP with various terror-related offences. Both appeared in court via video on Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015. Sketch by Laurie Foster-MacLeod OTTAWA SUN/QMI AGENCY

RCMP have charged an Ottawa man with terror-related offences in a case they say is connected to twin brothers who were arrested and charged late last week.

Suliman Mohamed, 21, of Ottawa has been charged with offences related to participation in the activity of a terror group, according to an RCMP press release issued on Monday afternoon.

Mohamed, who was arrested earlier Monday, is also charged with conspiracy to participate in a terrorist activity for his connection to the brothers, Ashton and Carlos Larmond, who were arrested and charged on Friday.

Carlos Larmond, who was arrested in Montreal at the Pierre Elliot Trudeau Airport, has been charged with attempting to leave Canada to participate in terrorist activity abroad, and participating in the activity of a terrorist group.

Ashton Carleton Larmond was arrested in Ottawa, and charged with facilitating terrorist activity, participation in the activity of a terrorist group and instructing to carry out activity for a terrorist group…

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  • barryjr

    Why don’t we just let them go but never let them come back?