Idiot Convert Must Wear Electronic Bracelet

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg man suspected of planning terrorist activities will have to wear an electronic monitoring device and stay off the Internet for the time being.

Aaron Driver, 23, is not facing any criminal charges. But federal authorities are seeking a peace bond to limit his activities on the suspicion that he may help a terrorist group or activity.

Driver has been released on bail — with 25 conditions — until the court decides whether to issue the peace bond.

Driver must be monitored electronically around the clock. He is forbidden from owning a computer, must observe a nightly curfew and surrender his passport and any weapons.

  • Xavier

    Look, I hate Moslem sympathizers as much as the next guy, but if he hasn’t been charged with a crime then this seems outrageous.

    The authorities should have given him enough rope then prosecuted with extreme prejudice.

    • His weaselly beard is a crime;)

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I can’t throw stones when it comes to beards.
        I have a Cliff Claven beard.
        And it’s turning grey.

        • Clink9

          You know, a very interesting little known thing about beards ……..

      • Xavier

        You, of all people, should be very concerned when the state can compel people to wear ankle bracelets, surrender passports and weapons, follow a curfew, and stay off the internet for an unspecified amount of time without being convicted of a crime.

        And I say that as a friend – I’m not trying to pick a fight here.

    • Alain

      I hate these sympathisers even more than the terrorists, but I must agree with you here, at least based on the information given.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        Could you consider they dindint tip their whole hand against him in court to preserve the lines of investigation they may have against other suspects?

        • Alain

          I have learned to distrust government, and due to that I am unwilling to give them carte blanche for this sort of thing.

  • FactsWillOut

    Let’s see, no criminal charges, no crime committed, yet the state feels justified in screwing this guy over.
    Maybe he is a potential terrorist, but maybe not. Maybe folk who want economic freedom, gun and property rights are also “terrorists”.

    Anyone who supports this is a useless idiot, and a traitor to Magna Carta, which is 800 yrs old today, not that the statists here care.

    Only a full-bore police state can save us now!

    Sieg Heil!

    • It is dicey.

      • FactsWillOut

        It’s illegal.
        Unless the government does it.
        So much for Magna Carta.

    • Alain

      I must agree, again based on the information provided in this case. The statement that he was suspected of planning… smacks of thought police and thought crime.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Is it possible that the prosecutor says to the suspect that we have this shit on you and if you play the media game our way you are only going to have to wear this ankle bracelet?
      But, we have a lot of evidence against you so if you don’t do this perp walk the way we want it to go down then we are going to come at you full bore and bury you inside a solitary cell?

      • FactsWillOut

        If they have a lot of evidence, they should go full-bore against him. If not, they should leave him alone, maybe surveille him.

        • Alain

          I see no problem with surveillance if they lack sufficient evidence at this point, but that is as far as I’ll go.

          • FactsWillOut

            I would advocate surveillance only if sufficient evidence exists to justify it.
            A tweet that says “I want to Kill Whitey” is not justification, as a matter of fact, it’s free speech.
            Of course, the state allows incitement to murder every Friday in some mosque or another here, so….
            I have come to believe that the state is a bigger threat than a bunch of inbred savages, to be honest.

      • Xavier

        To accomplish what you’re talking about in the States, they would have convicted him, suspended the sentence, and then put him on probation. Break probation and the suspension is voided.

  • mauser 98

    betya both parents are teachers

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      We can look that up.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    He’ll end up hanging out at the St. James library for ages.

  • Shebel

    If ,out of the gloom, -I suddenly decided to care about my afterlife and had to pick a religion for myself—– What would I pick ?

    Some guy that turns the other cheek, allows himself to be tortured and Forgives EVERYONE
    or — A Prophet that pretty much allows every perverted thought or act , pedophilia , rape , slaves, beating females , lotsa wives—- torture ,slavery
    Pretty much -any despicable act that mere Mortal men would not perform if they valued they Souls.

    Or – Is there an alternative ?

    • k1962

      Yeah, there are a few more choices.

  • DVult

    Give him the pork chop test. Dangle one in his face and see if he freaks out.

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    ‘He is also banned from possessing any items with logos or symbols of Islamic State groups, and must undergo religious counselling.’

    In other words, an Imam will counsel him on how Islam means peace while secretly admiring his support for ISIS.

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