CSIS warned prisoner who bitch slapped idiot convert jihadi of retaliatory threats against him and his family

Days after inmate Terrence Wilson viciously beat accused terrorist Carlos Larmond at the Innes Road jail in March, a CSIS agent warned Wilson that the Canadian Security Intelligence Service had learned of death threats against him and his family.

The CSIS agent also offered Wilson, 24, a cell in protective custody at the jail, but Wilson declined.

Details of the CSIS warning were heard in court Monday during a sentencing hearing for Wilson. Wilson pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm and will learn his punishment next month.

Crown prosecutor Jason Nicol has suggested a 15- to 18-month sentence; defence lawyer Paolo Giancaterino suggested 90 days for the attack that sent Larmond, 24, to hospital with injuries that included a fractured hand.