CHARLOTTETOWN — A man accused of having enough castor beans to produce a “substantial quantity” of the deadly toxin ricin signed a 12-month peace bond today in Charlottetown.
Amir Raisolsadat was arrested last month after the Mounties applied for a peace bond under the Criminal Code.
The peace bond includes several conditions including that he remain in Prince Edward Island.
Information sworn in provincial court indicates that the RCMP “fears on reasonable grounds” that the 20-year-old man will commit a terrorism offence.
So the RCMP has to keep tabs on this guy for a year at minimum.
Now how much has this entire process cost the tax payer from detection to peace bond?
Was there surveillance etc, involved in his apprehension?
It all adds up pretty quickly.