Calgary man in Algerian prison on terrorism charge a ‘whipping boy’ of CSIS: lawyer

The federal government isn’t doing enough to help a Calgary man who has been held for more than a year in a prison in Algeria on charges of belonging to a terrorism group, says one of his lawyers.

Gary Caroline, a Vancouver-based lawyer, sent a letter to Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland calling on the ministry to “act quickly and decisively to secure” the release of Adberrahmane Ghanem, who will soon go on trial.

Another Din do nuffin…

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