RCMP knew Muslim with Canadian passport was treated at mental-health facility before entering U.S., terrorism arrest, conviction: documents​

Documents obtained by Global News show the RCMP was aware an 18-year-old Canadian Muslim with a Canadian passport being investigated by the FBI for terrorism and links to the Islamic State was treated at Toronto’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) prior to crossing into the United States where he was arrested and eventually pleaded guilty to seven terrorism-related charges.

The documents include a series of faxes sent between the RCMP’s National Security Enforcement Team and a representative from CAMH.

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