Canadian terrorist suffered from drug addiction, mental health issues

Letters from defence lawyers and a New York prosecutor filed with an American court show Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy, of Mississauga, Ont., suffered a relapse in prison and tested positive for a prescription drug used in opioid-addiction treatments, a finding that led to the loss of family visitations for seven months.

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  • canminuteman

    Of course he did, he was suffering from being a Muslim.

  • The Buddhist Butterfly

    Oh his diversity is going to strengthen us so much when he gets out.

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    • Liberal Progressive

      Since Canada and its lack of culture is at fault for this poor boy’s mental health issues and ultimately for any addictions he developed of course we are at fault, and I am sure Justin will pay the necessary reparations for our shortcomings as a post national state.

  • WildWelshWoman

    Trust the left-leaning mainstream media to paint the terrorist as the victim.

  • Blacksmith

    If they planted him 6 feet under and put a rock on it his family would be able to visit every day and the rock would tell them just where to do it…….

  • Sharkibark

    Mental illness and Islamist ideology are not mutually exclusive. One begets the other.

  • K1

    uhhhhh….
    THAT’S …!!!…. ONE…. or the methods used by hitmen in order to take out the enemy
    pop some cocaine to get the anger going to be able to murder someone …..
    you have to kill a lot of people first to build up an immunity