Oh Boo Hoo! ‘Barbaric’ conditions imposed on former Winnipeg Muslim accused of terrorism: lawyer

A former Winnipeg student currently in a New York City jail awaiting trial on terrorism charges is being held in solitary confinement 23 hours a day under treatment his lawyer calls “barbaric,” but the U.S. attorney general calls necessary.

Muhanad Mahmoud Al Farekh, a U.S. citizen who was studying at the University of Manitoba eight years ago, was charged last April with conspiracy to support al-Qaeda efforts to carry out attacks in the United States.


Another triumph of our immigration policy.