A U.S. photojournalist kidnapped and tortured by al-Qaida in Syria in 2012 laments in a new book that the RCMP has still not arrested any of the Canadians who were allegedly involved.
In The Dawn Prayer, or How to Survive in a Secret Syrian Terrorist Prison: A Memoir, Matthew Schrier writes about “the Canadian connection” to the seven months he was held captive in Aleppo.
A month into his kidnapping, he was brought before three Canadian-sounding jihadists who wanted his online passwords. His credit cards were subsequently used to make thousands of dollars worth of purchases.
This is a suspect in my case living a free life in Canada taking a selfie with the Prime Minister. “GREAT” work Crown Prosecutor Lyne Décarie and RCMP!!!#RCMP #CANADA #terrorism #crownprosecutor #Incompetence #JustinTrudeau #idiots pic.twitter.com/bN4kbY5LHp
— Matthew Schrier (@MatthewSchrier) March 29, 2018